Vacations! We look forward to traveling, relaxing and lots of fun for those precious few days we have freedom to go play. Taking your Best Friends can be much more fun than leaving them behind, no matter how much you like and trust your pet sitter. However, taking Rover along requires some simple preparations for […]
I have chosen some tips that may seem a bit random, but they are things about your dog’s health and safety that are often not talked about, but important for you to know.
Why should you spay or neuter your dog? One of the main reasons is to prevent unwanted pregnancies, but there are many health related reasons also…
The following information is designed to help you prevent your dog from having a problem or getting sick; it is not intended to be an exclusive listing of all things potentially harmful for your dog, but a few common things you’ll want to avoid.
If it’s safe for you to use, it should be safe for your dog…right? Wrong! Each year, there are thousands of dogs who are poisoned by common, everyday substances that are found around your home, things that seem harmless because you use them, but that doesn’t mean they are harmless for Fido.
Once your puppy begins the teething process, you’ll notice that everything in his/her reach is fair game for “gumming”, chewing and gnawing…How can you help him and save your things?