Surviving The Winter With Your Animals

While generally mild, the winter weather in the Pacific Northwest can include everything from overcast skies and 45°f, pouring rain and floods, a significant amount of snow and ice, and everything in between. Surviving the winter with animals can, unfortunately, mean...

Wildlife in the Winter

Winter in the Pacific Northwest can be a bit difficult to deal with at times, as this season brings longer nights, overcast days, and cold, wet weather. Flora and fauna species alike have developed adaptations and survival mechanisms to get through this time of year....

Winter Holiday Pet Safety

Many major winter holidays are officially here for North America and while these celebrations can be a great way to get through the darkest part of the year, it is important to keep your pets safe during all the festivities. There are, sadly, plenty of foods in...

Surviving Fourth of July Weekend

The Fourth of July is celebrated all around the United States with food, time outside, and fireworks in many places. While the day can be incredibly fun, many pets and wildlife don’t enjoy the loud noises, smells, or even flashes of fireworks. Some say July 5th...

How To Help Your Pets Survive The Summer.

Looking back over the decades, it’s easy to tell how climate change has affected the planet, particularly during the summertime. With an increase in wildfires (both in severity and numbers) and an increase in temperature, summers can bring potential dangers to...

Celebrating Spring and the International Day of Forests.

This post contains affiliate links to products. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. Springtime in the Pacific Northwest is marked by many things. The days get longer, the sun starts to make an appearance, trees start to blossom, and you...