Born in Hong Kong, grew up in Singapore, studied in Hawaii, and now reside in Michigan. Mom of 2 going on 3, wife of 4 years and counting, dog loving, work-out enthusiast, who loves God, the outdoors and works as a licensed veterinary tech.
An Honest Review...
Recently, my family and I got ourselves a new, four-legged addition to the family. Our "Beast" (which is what we named him) is now 130-pounds of ruff, and he's only 1.5 years old. So you can imagine how much money we had "budgeted" into their food cost (like... $20). Working in the veterinary field has opened my eyes to what veterinary professionals consider good quality food versus "you don't know what you're really getting" food. I can talk about this subject for four more posts, but I promised (in the subtitle) to keep this relatively short(er).
When You Should Get Your Cat to the Vet ASAP...
Cats are one of the most mysterious pets I have ever come to meet. They do funny, quirky things that have ended up on many, MANY America's Funniest Home Videos episodes, and even more on YouTube.
Top 3 Misconceptions About Dogs
According to the 2017-2018 National Pet Owners Survey by the American Pet Products Association (APPA), 68% of U.S. households (or about 85 million families) own a pet. In 2017, a total of about 89.7 million dogs lived in households in the United States as pets. Somehow, in all those statistics, the most staggering one is that AT LEAST 4.5–4.7 million Americans are bitten by dogs every year and 20 to 30 of these result in DEATH, according to the CDC. Yes people, this is "man's best friend" we are talking about. Where did it go wrong in this equation?