Most everyone looks forward to celebrating the 4th of July with flags, bar-b-ques, picnics in the park, afternoons at the beach and fireworks! Most everyone that is except your dog…I can almost guarantee your dog won’t have as much fun as you. Sure, they like the park, the beach and the activities, but the fireworks […]
If you are ready to adopt a dog to share your home and life with…my advice would be to avoid pet stores who often get their dogs from puppy mills (which is a subject for another time), and remember, there are lots of dogs in shelters…lots of great dogs! What a great experience it can […]
The minute Spring and Summer weather hits, for many people it’s time to get outside and go on a hike – get some good exercise, get some fresh air, and enjoy the scenery…If your’re not already taking your dog with you, I’ll bet he/she would love it just as much as you do. But before […]
It’s pretty amazing how we get so intertwined and connected with our dogs, and how difficult it can be to cope when they pass. So Here are a few ideas that may help you get through the grieving process.
While we can raise our children’s awareness of poisons and things to stay away from, we can’t do the same for our pets, and they are not immune to poisoning…it’s up to pet owners to make our homes safer. Here are some things to watch for and make sure they are taken care of properly.
Many people want to include their dogs during the holiday festivities…and although this is a great idea, there are some things that could prove hazardous to your “best friend”. As you look around your home, be aware of