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Day in the Life of a House Cat

Day in the Life of a House Cat

It is February 26th, 2021. Here I am in a cozy ball on my paw-rents warm, cozy bed. Suddenly I get this intense rush of hunger come over me. Of course, this tenacious appetite will not appease itself. So, the only way I know best to awaken my paw-rents is to belt the...

Why Your Dog Shakes

Why Your Dog Shakes

Dogs are very smart creatures. They instinctively show certain behaviors but also pick-up other traits from their mother at a young age. Shaking is one of those behaviors. This “Shake off” behavior is your dog's response to dealing with stress. Instead of freaking out...

DIY Craft: Pet Silhouette Portraits

DIY Craft: Pet Silhouette Portraits

Hello everyone! It’s time for some pet DIY fun. I know with everyone stuck inside still crafts and projects have been in full swing! I mean we got to stay busy, so we don’t go crazy right? So, let us have some fun and learn how to create pet silhouette portraits of...

Meet Tay! Dog Trainer Extraordinaire 

Meet Tay! Dog Trainer Extraordinaire 

Hello all, I hope you all are in good spirits and 2021 is still treating you well. For JenLovesPets we have some big changes coming, one of those new changes is our newest team member Tay! She offers a service new to JLP and new to all our clients. That is Dog...

Why Your Cat Kneads

Why Your Cat Kneads

Have you seen your cats knead? You may think it is rather cute seeing your feline work hard at the “biscuit factory”, but it may make you curious as to why they do it. During kneading the cat pushes in and out using their paws, alternating between left and right. Some...

How to use Time to Pet

How to use Time to Pet

Wow, can you believe it is 2021 already!? I know 2020 was one for the books, so I hope that 2021 will be good to us. I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year. As we roll into the new year, I figured it is a good opportunity to write a blog...

Training Your Dog

Training Your Dog

A rewarding part of dog ownership is successfully training your dog. Training is an excellent way to bond with your dog and will help you build a good relationship with them. It is especially important, if possible, to start training with your dog when he or she is a...

Ways to Celebrate Christmas with Your Pet

Ways to Celebrate Christmas with Your Pet

This year has proven we could all use a little Christmas Cheer in our lives, no matter how small that may be. If anything, this year has taught us to enjoy the little things in life like all the delights the holiday season can bring. Having a cat, dog, or other exotic...

Feline Grooming and its Importance

Feline Grooming and its Importance

Although cats are naturally good at keeping themselves clean, it is still important to brush your cat’s fur regularly. Short-haired cats already do a great job of grooming themselves, yet they still need a good brushing at least once a week to prevent hairballs and to...

Holiday Inspired Dog Treat Recipe

Holiday Inspired Dog Treat Recipe

Hello all! While I was trying to think of some fun thanksgiving themed blogs, I came up with the idea of possibly sharing a yummy thanksgiving inspired holiday dog treat, but of course I am no chef or baker. Then I thought of my best friend, Alixandria Kipler. She...

Thanksgiving Pet Safety

Thanksgiving Pet Safety

Thanksgiving can be a great time to spend with our family and friends all the while reflecting on what we are thankful for. This year has been full of unexpected craziness, so why not take stock in what really matters, being around loved ones, humans, and furry...

5 Cat Products Every Cat Needs in their Life

5 Cat Products Every Cat Needs in their Life

Hello all! I hope to find you in good spirits and hope this year is starting to look up, especially with the holidays approaching. Now, I recently just bought my cats a fun new toy and it got me thinking about what else is out there for cat parents and their feline...

Getting Cats acclimated to new people and new environments

Getting Cats acclimated to new people and new environments

Whether you are working with frightened kitties getting acquainted with new people or welcoming a new cat into a new home, it is important to remember a few tips on getting your feline acclimated properly. As a refresher, the whole JLP team held a meeting to discuss...

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween can be such an exciting and fun-filled holiday, yet there a few things to keep in mind to keep your pets safe. Beware of Halloween Candies and keep them out of reach of your pets. We need to be especially careful with chocolate because it is made from the...

Pet Halloween Costumes

Pet Halloween Costumes

Pet costumes.  What better way to get into the spirit of  Halloween and to get ready for the fall season. Sure, they may not always like it, but our pets love to make us happy and we could all use a little cuteness and laughter in our lives right now. Cats may give...

Wildfires & Pet Safety

Wildfires & Pet Safety

With these devastating wildfires running rampant,  it is important to remember a few things to be prepared in case of an emergency.  Besides being prepared for you and your family's safety, it's always a great idea to have a plan in place for your pets as well. Some...

The Pandemic and its effect on Wildlife

The Pandemic and its effect on Wildlife

More than a billion people worldwide are staying at home under guidance from their governments and socially distancing themselves from one another to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. With businesses closed and cities being emptied out, people are getting a preview...

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