22 11, 2017

Pet Diet Tips Around the Thanksgiving Table

By | November 22nd, 2017|Health and Wellbeing, Pet Care|0 Comments

We are all guilty of sliding a piece of turkey to Fido at the Thanksgiving Table; but are we actually making our pets sick?  The last thing you need on Thanksgiving Day is a trip to the Pet ER.  So let's review some good and bad items to give your fur baby! GOOD: all in [...]

16 03, 2017

Bragging Rights — My Eden Memorial Pet Care Crew

By | March 16th, 2017|Central Valley, Health and Wellbeing, Pet Care, Pet Loss and Grief, San Luis Obispo, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Eden Memorial Pet Care is in it's 14 years of business!  And it has taken me over a decade to build the A-Team, as I like to call them.  Daily people tell me how nice it is to visit our website and see our faces and read our stories.  I feel it is so important [...]

10 10, 2013

National Service Dog Month – October

By | October 10th, 2013|Pet Care, Service Animals|0 Comments

They can be our eyes…They can be our ears…They can be our hands…they can be our companions.  They will dig through rubble to find an injured victim or warns a person of a possible stroke or seizure.   They will comfort the sick and give unconditional love to a severely impaired child.   Who am I referring [...]

4 12, 2012

Adopting New Pets and How Does Everyone Get Along?

By | December 4th, 2012|Health and Wellbeing, Pet Care, Uncategorized|1 Comment

Recently, we added to our "furry" family with a new bunny. Of course our main concern was acclimating him to our household and our 22 month old Golden Retriever, Gus. Please keep in mind...this is no ordinary bunny- he is a "housebunny" - potty trained and everything! This of course started me thinking about how [...]

1 06, 2012

Veterinary Showcase -Oak Park Veterinary Clinic, Grover Beach, CA

By | June 1st, 2012|Pet Care, Pet Loss and Grief, Uncategorized|1 Comment

"The best executive is the one who has the sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done and self restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it."  -Teddy Roosevelt This is the business advice that Dr. Cathi Smith of Oak Park Veterinary Clinic follows every day.  And [...]

25 04, 2012

Home Euthanasia – A Better Option?

By | April 25th, 2012|Pet Care, Pet Loss and Grief, Uncategorized|1 Comment

Let's face it-- Euthanasia is a difficult word to even say.  The emotions that are associated with that word make me form a lump in my throat as I type.  We have all been there.  Our elderly pet is starting to suffer and the question we keep asking our selves, "How do I when the [...]

20 07, 2006

Pets and the Heat!

By | July 20th, 2006|Pet Care|0 Comments

Hello everyone, Today is a gorgeous day but HOT HOT HOT!! I'm the dog owner that takes my "baby", Aztec, the 100lb lab everywhere I go. When I get my truck keys, Aztec is there waiting for me with those big brown loving eyes. But this time of year, even on a semi-warm coastal day, [...]