Blog Entries - May 2014

10 Brightest Breeds

Posted on: May 30, 2014
Tags: Dog training
Do you think your dog is smart? We all love our pets so of course we think they’re smart!!  Intelligence in dogs comes in various forms. Some breeds can reach their full potential if their owner puts in the time and effort. However, some breeds of read more …

Shy Cats

Posted on: May 23, 2014
Tags: Pet stories
As a pet sitter and dog walker for Blue Ribbon Pet Care of Cincinnati, I am privileged to care for dogs and cats all over town; from Amelia to Anderson…to Mount Carmel and Mount Washington! Whether it’s a stay at our doggy camp, our midday dog read more …

Hot Spots

Posted on: May 17, 2014
Tags: Pet health
Has your dog ever licked or scratched himself over and over in the same spot?  If so, pay close attention in case he develops a hot spot.  A hot spot is a patch of skin that can become swollen and painful after repeated licking or scratching.  read more …

Fun Games Cats Love!

Posted on: May 10, 2014
Games provide exercise and mental stimulation for cats and can be a great way of breaking the ice and bonding with shy cats. Here are some fun ideas you can try with your beloved cat: Cats like to play ‘hide and seek’. You can hide behind read more …

First Aid for Dogs

Posted on: May 2, 2014
Tags: Pet health
We all know basic first aid when it comes to our kids with cuts, bruises and bee stings, but do you know anything about first aid for your dog? Below you will find some basic instructions for common first aid needs.  Hit By a Car  If your dog is read more …