Showing posts from November, 2020

Keeping Your Pets Safe During the December Holidays

There's a lot going on during the winter holidays, so if you have pets and celebrate Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and/or Christmas, read on! There are lots of potential hazards to be accounted for during the winter holidays, but you don't have to let that ruin the fun! Just be aware of the hazards and have an emergency preparedness plan, and you'll be good to go to celebrate the holidays with your animal companions. Runa doesn't know what kriss-muss is, but she does know that she's stylin' in this sweater. 🕎  Hanukkah Tips: Hanukkah will begin the evening of Thursday, December 10th, and end the evening of Friday, December 18th this year! Hanukkah always begins on the 25th day of Kislev in the Hebrew calendar, so the dates change every year by the Gregorian calendar (the commonly used secular calendar). You'll want to keep your pets away from the room with the lit menorah. They might get burned or knock it over, and nobody wants an injured pet or a house fire. The nin

Meet the ASL Product Models: Anna Klier!

This is the third bio in our series of Meet the ASL Product Models written by our intern Skye Isabella Rose Iwanski. Anna Klier Anna looking absurdly photogenic. Anna is a smart, spunky, and energetic dog who was rescued by her humans in 2011. Her favorite way to greet people? Lots of licking.   She's nine years old, and spends much of her time running around on her humans' farm. Anna sleeps in the spare bed, because it provides a stealthy vantage point from which to keep an eye on the local squirrels. Whenever she hears the word "squirrel", she needs to go check the window to make sure they know who's boss. After all, it would be embarrassing if they were causing a ruckus on her watch! Anna charming your heart through the camera. When she's not watching squirrels, Anna likes to play with her favorite toys: Sonic the Hedgehog and a plush possum. She's very gentle with them, so the stuffing doesn't get torn out. Anna loves playing with dogs her own size