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...

Happy Holidays and Happy (Early) New Year.

Winter is officially upon us and the shortest days of the year are still to come. Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, Yule, Kwanzaa, or any other holiday, I hope you have (or had) a peaceful, loving, and socially distanced celebration and a happy new year. This...

Useful Winter Pet Products.

This post contains affiliate links that I could make a commission off of. All opinions are my own. Right now, parts of Western Washington and the Puget Sound are coated in some snow. We’ve never been that great at dealing with snow, especially compared to other...

Happy Winter Solstice!

The Winter Solstice is a turning point in many ways. For those in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s the shortest day of the year, meaning the days are going to start getting longer! But it’s also the astronomical start to winter, which is dependent on...