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
Just as it always does, Thanksgiving time is rolling around again, and everyone’s thoughts turn to the Thanksgiving Day celebrations, family time and feasts. And although your dog isn’t aware of the upcoming festivities he/she will quickly get on board once those wonderful smells of turkey dinner begin to fill the house. Should he be […]
It’s important to take safety measures with your dog at Halloween, because although dogs are fun to dress up, it feels safer taking your dog trick or treating (as long as your dog doesn’t get nervous or over excited), there’s all kinds of goodies left lying around the house, or because the noise and the […]
There are all kinds of commands and tricks you can teach your dog, for instance…but It seems to me that it is most important, and safer for your dog to teach him/her basic obedience commands first, and then have fun teaching tricks. These commands are the foundation of having a well-trained dog…