Paul Johnson

Communication Skills Purrfected: Feline Body Language

By Paul Johnson / March 25, 2022
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by Andrea Dobras You’re sitting there, minding your own business and the cat strolls in. She runs up to you, throwing her body into…

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Ensuring the Purrfect Move

By Paul Johnson / March 25, 2022
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by Andrea Dobras Moving to a new home can be a very stressful and emotional time for everyone involved, including your household animals. Cats…

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Caring for a Dog Who Has Canine Dementia

By Paul Johnson / March 25, 2022
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by Jennifer Barrows Have you noticed changes in your aging dog’s behavior? Are they more anxious than they used to be? Do they seem…

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Kam

By Paul Johnson / March 25, 2022
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In memory of Kameron Kalliope, the softest, sweetest, most loving cat in the world. We are so blessed to have had the years we…

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What’s Going on with Fluffy? A change in your cat’s behavior can signal pain

By Paul Johnson / January 28, 2022
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By Julie Grace If you have ever experienced an illness, you may remember how you felt. Everything from your energy level to your attitude…

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Radioactive Iodine Therapy: A Scary Sounding Solution to a Common Feline Disease

By Paul Johnson / December 16, 2021
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by Lyn Garson Fluffy is scheduled for the deluxe accommodations. Her reservation includes a private suite with a soft cozy bed and elevated lounging…

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Re-Homing Your Dog

By Paul Johnson / November 18, 2021
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by Kelly Alver At Our Companions, people often contact us asking for help in finding a new home for their dog. We take these…

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Riding in Cars with Dogs

By Paul Johnson / November 12, 2021
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by Tammy Wunsch When you think about dogs in cars, most people picture eager canines bounding into the car, tails wagging, excited for a…

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Saying Goodbye: Making the Difficult Decision to Euthanize a Beloved Pet

By Paul Johnson / November 10, 2021
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by Jennifer Barrows Our pets are important to us – they offer companionship and comfort and often are considered a member of the family.…

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The Pitter-Patter of Little Feet: Helping Dogs to Safely Interact with Your Toddler

By Paul Johnson / November 10, 2021
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by Tammy Wunsch When you brought your new baby home, you probably worked with your dog to make sure that he would accept this…

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