How to Calm a High Energy Dog in Kitsap County

Many pet parents are quick to call their high-energy dog “hyperactive,” but is that a fair assessment of the dog’s behavior? Is an over-the-top drive actually abnormal? According to Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Small Animals (Karen Overall, 2005), true hyperactivity … Read More

How to Care for a Formerly Abused Pet in North Kitsap

As your new pet adjusts to your home, a period of post-adoption jitters is totally normal. However, there are some cases where these jitters stem from more than just new surroundings and a new family. Yes, unfortunately, we’re talking about … Read More

Starbucks Puppuccinos Helping Kitsap Humane Society Dogs Find Homes

A weekly trip to Starbucks is helping dogs at the Kitsap Humane Society find their forever homes. Shelter volunteer Molly Clark takes dogs on weekly outings, and on the way back she gets them a special treat: a Starbucks Puppuccino, which … Read More

10 Stereotypes About Pit Bulls That Are Just. Dead. Wrong

These stereotypes about pit bulls are dead wrong. Literally. Some 1.2 million dogs are euthanized in shelters across the country every year, according to the ASPCA. (For comparison, 1.4 million are adopted). While it’s nearly impossible to know exactly how … Read More

5 Pet Owner Hacks That Will Add Years To Your Dog in North Kitsap

If you’re a pet parent like us, the thought that your dog will live somewhere between 10 and 13 years is not something you like to think about. We don’t ever want to face life without our pups! But did … Read More

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