Christy Powers is a freelance writer whose passion is studying and writing about pet health, nutrition and training. She can be reached at: email@example.com.
Can it really be Thanksgiving when it is requested that we all stay home, not being able to enjoy those wonderful turkey dinners around the big table surrounded by family and friends?
As the weather is changing and we are dealing with some rather cool temperatures, at least at my house, we are walking a bit later. But once we get out there, we find that it is not as cold as we anticipated, particularly if there is no wind.
It is not possible for me to drive by the courthouse plaza with the dogs in the car and not stop for a walk around.
After a long hot summer, how wonderful it is to get out and enjoy these cooler days. And with the cooler weather comes gorgeous colors. Walking down the road this morning, I could see such a range of colors. So beautiful. We do not live where the changing colors are so advertised, but we certainly can look out and enjoy what we have.
Since last week’s column, I have had quite a few responses regarding leashes of various lengths and the habits of pet walkers.
A new month once again. The weather is still quite warm. However, the early mornings and evenings are wonderful: great for walking and greeting the neighbors, and an ideal sniffing opportunity. Do not forget to enjoy the beautiful moon these evenings. So bright in our clear skies.
Some time ago, I attended a program presented by the American Red Cross that reminded us of what is needed in a first-aid kit for our pets. At that presentation, we were given a hip pack containing many of these necessary items.