It’s January, the holidays are over, and if you are like so many others, there’s a new dog that has joined your family. Whether she’s a puppy or a more mature dog, there are things that all new dog owners need to be aware of.
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 […]
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 […]
As summer temperatures begin to rise, now is a good time to put some safety precautions in place to help your dog beat the heat…
Many people like including their dogs during the holiday festivities…and although this is a fun 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 […]