Pet Project LA

Bunny Lovin :)

Do you just NEED more nose squints in your life? Well, don't you worry! There are plenty of bunnies in the LA area that need your tender love and care.  But, before you decide that a wascally wabbit is the right addition to your home, here are some common misconceptions about the furry friends to take into consideration! 1. Rabbits only live 2-3 years. Actually, rabbits (depending on their breed) can live up to their teens, so they need the same long-term commitment as a dog or cat. 2. Rabbits do not need to be taken to the vet. Although rabbits...

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Travel Tips for You and Your Pet!

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Image from: In case you haven't noticed all the trips you and your friend have been going on, it's travel season! And with travel season comes the decision of what to do with your pet(s) when you are gone.  In today's blog, I will be discussing an article by Cesar Millan on what to do when you decide to bring your best friend with! If you are someone who thinks that life is richer with your canine or kitty or both, whether you travel with your pet(s) regularly or can't wait until you do, you will find Cesar's tips useful! ...

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Art Walk with Pinups for Pitbulls!

If you didn't catch Jessie from "Pinups for Pitbulls" last Art Walk, here is what you missed! Pinups for Pitbulls is an AMAZING organization that helps to spread the word about pit bulls. They seek to "restore the image of the pit bull-type dog to its former reputation of America’s companion animal, war hero, and family member" through education. The founder, Deirdre, has not only co-wrote books on Breed Specific Legislation and Breed Discriminatory Laws, but she has guided the organization to be known across the world. See?! I told you they were AMAZING!!! If you haven't done so already, please visit their...

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Rainy Days in DTLA

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We've been getting lots of droplets from the sky as of late in DTLA. The sidewalks haven't been cleaner. So today, we've got some wet weather tips for you Downtown dog owners! Image from: Google images 1. Dry Your Dog Off After WalksA dog's fur/hair can hold a lot of bacteria and fungi when wet. Because of this, make sure your canine companion is as dry as possible after walks in the rain. To help make this happen, Pet Project has some raincoats for you to purchase ;)2. Clean Your Dog's PawsBeing a downtowner, this tip can (maybe should) be...

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Pet Dental Hygiene

In case you didn't know, we are having a special this month on Greenies and Whimzees products to ensure that your pet is kissable as can be for Valentine's Day. So, I am taking this opportunity to discuss dental hygiene for your dogs and cats :) Below is yet another infographic (my favorite educational tool) that has some pretty great facts about dog and kitty teef. If you haven't started, it may be time to use some of these tips to improve your pet's dental health. Unfortunately, dental issues can lead to bigger problems in dogs and cats. Another preventative...

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