Each year it’s a tradition in many homes to make resolutions for the upcoming year. Do you make resolutions? How about resolutions to do with your pets and their care? Here’s some ideas if you’d like to try out a resolution for your pet.
Check out this collage of images from our Creative Department’s Ugly Christmas Party.
The holidays are a time of year where we get to create new memories. A time for both giving and receiving gifts from friends and family. It’s also a time when many are remembering their loved ones that are no longer here. These loved ones often include pets.
This year it seems we had an increased number of majorly adorable dogs and puppies coming through the photo studio, and the holiday shots definitely reflected this! I thought I could share some pictures to maybe give y’all the puppy-fix I got!
Each year Drs. Foster and Smith employees try to give back to our local community.
If your household is considering a pet as a gift, consider instead these ideas for preparing your household for the pet.
Meet Bonnie, an English Pointer that models here at Drs. Foster and Smith along with her cohort, Clyde.
Meet Weezer, an adorable Lab mix who has come in to do photos here at Drs. Foster and Smith. Learn more about her here.
Halloween has always been my favorite holiday. What’s not to love? You can be whoever you want (without the funny looks) and stock up on treats galore!
This English Pointer is the family protector and his owner’s right hand man(dog).
Thanks to everyone who played with us on Facebook! We enjoyed seeing your photos with your Drs. Foster & Smith Catalog. Great job. Congratulations to the winners listed below! If you are one of the winners, please email us at Facebook@DrsFosterSmith.com so we can get your mailing address. Here are the winners!
Our very own Dr. Race Foster was invited by the FTC to be a panelist on their October 2, 2012 Pet Medications Workshop in Washington, D.C. His role was to provide information and insights as a veterinarian and from his nearly thirty years in the pet medication industry.
Most people think their backyard is a safe place to let their pets have a little free reign. For the most part, they are, but there are some common things that are in our yards that we don’t think to look at. Here’s some things I have come across that maybe you haven’t thought about.