Adoptable Cat of The Week – Luna
Oct28

Adoptable Cat of The Week – Luna

Introducing Luna! Ontario SPCA’S Adoptable Cat of the Week Luna is looking for a cat savvy person who wants some sweet and sassy company! She would prefer to be the only cat in the home – but that’s okay, because with a purr-sonality this big, she’s the only one you need!   Luna is a sweet six year old girl who likes attention on her terms, and becomes overstimulated with lots of attention. For More...

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Remembrance Day -Animals in War Collectible Pin
Oct25

Remembrance Day -Animals in War Collectible Pin

Remembrance Day Ontario SPCA Animals in War Collectible Pin This Remembrance Day, the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society has chosen a pigeon for the Animals in War collectible pin. This pin is a symbol to remember all the animals who have served, and continue to serve, alongside Canada’s veterans. The Animals in War collectible pin is intended to be worn as a complement to the poppy in remembrance of our veterans and the animals...

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Pet Care During Covid
Oct16

Pet Care During Covid

Pet Care During COVID In a previous post “Social Distancing and Veterinarian Visits” I discussed what this new world meant for me as a pet parent taking my dogs for a veterinarian visit. What I once took for granted, walking inside the vet’s office, physically being with my pets during their exam, and talking to our vet in person, is not necessarily the case anymore. Yes, some vet clinics are now allowing you to be...

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Adoptable Cat of the Week – Bella
Oct07

Adoptable Cat of the Week – Bella

Introducing Beautiful Bella! This Week’s Adoptable Cat At 10 years young, Bella is beautiful, very outgoing and a friendly cat. She is “Green – Party Animal” on the Ontario SPCA’s Feline-alities chart. Bella came to the Ontario SPCA due to a move and has been waiting since August for her forever home. She would do best in a home where she is the only pet as other animals cause her stress. Interested in...

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Adoptable Rabbits of the Week -Dexter & Astro
Sep28

Adoptable Rabbits of the Week -Dexter & Astro

Introducing Dexter and Astro 🐰 🐰 Adoptable Rabbits of the Week Dexter and Astro are incredibly soft and cuddly 3.5 months old Dutch rabbits. Both rabbits have been neutered and can be adopted into separate homes. Thinking of adopting a rabbit? Here are some tips and information provided by the OSPCA to help you make an informed decision. Rabbit Tips and Information What do rabbits eat? Rabbits enjoy eating hay, fiber...

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Adoptable Cat of the Week – Murray
Sep24

Adoptable Cat of the Week – Murray

Introducing  Murray! Our Adoptable Cat of the Week Murray is 5 years old, affectionate, charming and a bit of a ladies man. Is it any surprise with eyes like these!   Murray, a domestic shorthaired orange tabby, is neutered up to date on his annual vaccinations and has been microchipped. He has been waiting for approximately 3 months – three months too long – and is anxiously searching for a family to call his own....

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Personalized Pet Toy Bin – Review & Giveaway
Aug28

Personalized Pet Toy Bin – Review & Giveaway

Personalized Pet Toy  Bins By Crafting With Cece Chances are, if you have a dog, a cat, or any pet for that matter, you have pet toys. And if your pets are anything like mine, they have no problem scattering their toys, stuffies, and chew bones throughout the house for everyone to step and trip on, but when it comes to putting them away, well that’s an entirely different story. This is a sponsored post on behalf of Crafting With Cece....

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How Old Is Your Dog?
Aug10

How Old Is Your Dog?

It used to be the question I’d get asked most often about my pug Edie had to due with her tongue. “Why does her tongue hang out?” “Does it always hang out?” “Is there something wrong with her tongue?” “Is she missing teeth?” The questions about my dog’s tongue have never bothered me. I take it in stride usually laughing along with them. I explain that there is nothing wrong with my dog’s tongue, and yes, it always...

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Adopt A Cat Month
Jun18

Adopt A Cat Month

Adopt a Cat Month June is Adopt a Cat Month At a time when people are feeling isolated, and yes, lonely, adopting a cat can fill the need for companionship. While many of us are spending more time at home, and working from home, we are more likely to have the required time to devote to a newly adopted cat or kitten. However, as tempting as a new companion is, and the benefits of adopting a cat are, we must consider if will we be able...

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Managing Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety
Jun15

Managing Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety

Managing Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety Has this time of physically distancing and the need to work from home caused dogs to become more dependant on us, and has it caused an increase in cases of separation anxiety? Since March, our dogs have had us all to themselves. We’ve been home with them each and every minute of every single day. Whether it’s snuggling on the couch watching Netflix, or being the centre of...

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Embracing The Country Life
Jun11

Embracing The Country Life

Embracing The Country Life Weather, Bugs, Turkeys, And Everything In Between! It’s coming up to 5 months since jumping feet first, in mid-January I might add, to move to the country. Each and every day is a new adventure and learning experience. Top of the list, everything we do, or not do, revolves around the weather.  Everything Revolves Around The Weather! Try as we might to control things, weather is not one of them. We’ve come to...

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Social Distancing and Veterinarian Visits
Apr15

Social Distancing and Veterinarian Visits

Social Distancing and Veterinarian Visits It’s A Whole New World Out There for Pets and Vets The world is changing at such a rapid pace these days. The unknown. The concern. The worry. We’re learning to be (very) creative doing what only weeks ago would have been considered a “normal every day activity”. And this now includes having our pets seen and treated by veterinarian professionals. What happens now, during a time of social...

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Edie and Edna’s Social Distancing Diary Update
Apr06

Edie and Edna’s Social Distancing Diary Update

Edie and Edna’s Social Distancing Diary Update for April 6, 2020 Or, more like, “What we’ve been up to to keep our pugselves busy and out of (most) trouble.” We can finally see land! If you can believe it, there was snow right up until a few days ago. And yes, there is still the odd patch of snow hanging on, kinda like a pug holding on to a cookie – they will never let go! 😉 This marks our first Spring in the country for us...

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A Pug’s (and cat’s) Social Distancing Diary
Apr02

A Pug’s (and cat’s) Social Distancing Diary

A Pug (and cat’s) Social Distancing Diary April 2, 2020 I don’t even know where to start or what to say with everything that is going on in the world right now. I don’t think many of us do. We all have different ways of dealing with our feelings, the ups and downs of being socially isolated from family and friends, the fear of the unknown, concern for our health, and the importantance of taking precautions when it’s only...

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Keeping Pets Fit, Active & Healthy with PetSafe Canada & Giveaway!
Feb29

Keeping Pets Fit, Active & Healthy with PetSafe Canada & Giveaway!

If you follow us on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, you’re probably aware that we’ve packed up and moved to the country. You can catch up by heading over and reading our last post Moving Long Distance with Pugs and a Cat. Oh yes, we moved to the country with wide open fields, trees aplenty, calm and quiet, no more dealing with rush “hour” traffic that actually lasts 24 hours! But you know what else the country has? Snow. Let me...

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Moving Long Distance With Pugs and a Cat
Feb17

Moving Long Distance With Pugs and a Cat

Moving Long Distance With Pugs (and a Cat) Moving homes, as exciting as it can be, can also be a very stressful and overwhelming time. Add to that moving with pets, well, that just creates a whole other level of stress, the unknowns, the what if’s, and the how too. This is not my first time moving, nor my first time moving with “a” dog. This is however, my first time moving with two dogs, a cat, and to top it off, a long distance move...

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PetSafe Canada’s Holiday Cat Prize Bundle Giveaway!
Dec13

PetSafe Canada’s Holiday Cat Prize Bundle Giveaway!

Every cat deserves the best this Holiday season and PetSafe Canada is going to make some cat’s dream comes true! PetSafe Canada’s Holiday Cat Prize Bundle Giveaway! This Christmas, PetSafe Canada is offering the chance to win a most pawsome prize package that will be sure to make your cat’s Holiday purrfect! This is a sponsored post on behalf of PetSafe Canada. I only share products that I would use for my own pets,...

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PetSafe Canada’s Howliday Dog Prize Bundle Giveaway!
Dec13

PetSafe Canada’s Howliday Dog Prize Bundle Giveaway!

Every dog deserves the best this Holiday season and PetSafe Canada is going to make some dog’s dream comes true! PetSafe Canada’s Howliday Dog Prize Bundle Giveaway! This is a sponsored post on behalf of PetSafe Canada. I only share products that I would use for my own pets, myself, or I believe would be of interest to my readers. This Christmas, PetSafe Canada is offering you the chance to win a most pawsome prize package that...

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Why Senior Cats Meow at Night
Nov25

Why Senior Cats Meow at Night

Why Senior Cats Meow at Night Why, as soon as I turn off the lights, get settled into bed, does my cat starts howling and meowing? This is not something my cat had ever done before. This change in my senior cat’s behaviour seems to have started out of nowhere, and since its begun, it hasn’t stopped. I lay in bed going over a check list in my head – yes, I fed the cat; yes, the litter box has been cleaned; yes, the...

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Do Pets Grieve The Passing of Another Pet?
Nov11

Do Pets Grieve The Passing of Another Pet?

Do Pets Grieve The Passing of Another Pet? Do pets grieve the passing of another pet? If so, what are the symptoms and what would a grieving pet look like? Would a grieving pet display changes in sleep patterns or food intake? Will a pet become vocal – a cat meowing more, or a dog barking and whining?  Would the loss of a pet cause a dog or cat to withdraw, become quieter, or begin to seek out additional comfort and constant...

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Tagalong Booster Seat -Review & Giveaway
Oct10

Tagalong Booster Seat -Review & Giveaway

Tagalong Booster Seat Review & Giveaway Driving with a calm, comfortable dog makes car rides enjoyable and relaxing for them, and importantly, safe and less distracting for drivers.  This is a sponsored post on behalf of PetSafe Canada. I only share information on products that I would use myself, for my pets, or believe would be of interest to my readers. All opinions are mine and do not necessarily reflect those of PetSafe...

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ARF SCARF – Custom Scarfs & Hats Supporting Pug Rescue Since 2014
Oct01

ARF SCARF – Custom Scarfs & Hats Supporting Pug Rescue Since 2014

ARF SCARF Custom Scarfs & Hats Supporting Pug Rescue Since 2014 “Who Are You Wearing?” ARF SCARF of Course! If you’re a pug, or any fashion forward dog for that matter, chances are you’re wearing a personalized custom scarf and hat by ARF SCARF! Each ARF SCARF scarf and hat are hand made, colour coordinated, and personalized, keeping each dog and their individual personality in mind. Hamilton Pug and Rufus ARF SCARF’s...

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Vet Visit, Toronto Dog Event, Saying Goodbye, End of Summer
Sep06

Vet Visit, Toronto Dog Event, Saying Goodbye, End of Summer

This Week with Edie and Edna, the Toronto Pugs Vet Visit, Toronto Dog Event, Saying Goodbye, End of Summer Oh my pugness we have some catching up to do!  We’ve been having technical issues with our blog, but thank goodness, we are finally back up and running. So now let’s get to the really important stuff, sharing and updating what’s been going on with me, Edie, and of course, Edna. Vet Visit and Broken Pug Nail Well humon says...

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This Week With Edie & Edna the Pugs
Aug12

This Week With Edie & Edna the Pugs

This week with Edie and Edna Early Morning Walkies International Cat Day Nana’s 93rd Birthday Celebrations It was still full-on summer heat mode this past week, so that meant early morning walkies to beat the heat, stretch our pug legs, get some pugercise and catch up on our very impawtant local peemail. Unfortunately, there was no new peemail news to share. We guess our local pals are away on summer holidays. But once they return,...

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This Week with Edie & Edna the Pugs
Aug06

This Week with Edie & Edna the Pugs

This Week With Edie and Edna the Pugs July has come and gone and Edna and I can’t say we are sorry to see it go. As much as we love spending time outdoors, going for walks, lounging on our garden chairs, chasing the squirrels, we did NOT like the extreme heat and humidity! On days it was too humid for us to play outside, our Humom did lots of mumbling under her breath about “can’t wait till Autumn returns”, no idea what her talking...

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