Some of the headliners on my list have always seemed like “friends”…Are you surprised?
This is my dog, Skye. She was rescued last year from a bad situation and now she is “paying it forward” by being a therapy dog. We decided that we wanted to make it official and she passed her first exam last night. She is officially certified as a Canine Good Citizen! Love her and so proud.
People love dogs and dogs add so much to our lives. When you go to adopt, it should not be an impulsive selection. This dog is going to be your best friend for many years. He or she may see you through many life changes. Don’t you want to choose a partner who will make you the happiest and be the happiest too?
This video can help (plus you get to see lots of dogs!)
Please watch and share. Let’s help everyone get a Happily Fur-ever After!
All dogs smell bad sometimes, but how do you know when it is a big deal?
About The Vet: Dr. Kathryn Primm is a small animal veterinarian. She owns a busy practice in Tennessee and loves sharing all kinds of animal facts and fun. She has consulted on articles for national magazines, done numerous radio interviews and appeared on local television. She has contributed to an article for Woman’s Day in Feb 2014 and Prevention magazine, April 2015.
She has a social media presence on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ and enjoys interaction with others about her passions, animals and communication. She is a regular contributor to Boomeon, the online community which can be found at www.boomeon.com. She has also written a book, Tennessee Tails:Pets and Their People. The book received recognition as Runner Up in the Memoirs category at a national book festival. You see an article that Dr. Primm contributed to in Prevention magazine (April 2015) and Woman’s Day (Feb 2014 and June 2015). Read more about Dr. Primm and how to get the best value for your pet care dollar at her website, www.drprimm.com.