FROM THE EDITOR'S PEN /
Pet Peeves of a Peeved Pet /
Pet Peeves of a Peeved Pet
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Hi, this is Morris. Or, as the
folks around here know me, Da’ Boss. Gary is away
for a few minutes. (I need to talk with him about
going away like that; he should be here all the
time. Who knows? Maybe I need an emergency
walk or scratch or dog biscuit.) Anyway, I
didn’t want too many days to go by this year without
sharing with you one of my, ahem, “pet peeves.”
And that is the caring and feeding of your loved
I know you are wonderful
caregivers to your human loved ones; making sure
they get food, walks and the attention they need,
but I don’t want you to forget about those who keep
their spirits up and for whom they care—their pets.
What our good friend Dr. William Thomas, founder of
Eden Alternative, has proven about long-term
care facilities is true for home as well. Caring
for a pet is great medicine for the loved ones for
whom you care. So please don’t ignore these
Peeves from a Pet about
Make sure that the situation
is safe for your loved one and their pets.
If it is too much of a challenge for your loved
one to care for their pets but they want to keep
them, contact a certified pet service to help.
Are the pets up to date with
vet visits and shots?
Are they being properly fed?
Is improper care for your
loved one’s pet causing a hygiene problem for
your loved one?