We’ve talked a few times about getting a microchip implanted in your dog or cat. The primary reason for this is an average of 10 million dogs and cats are lost from their homes and family each year. Of course, them simply being found again by a concerned soul is going to be a big … Learn More ›Read more about → Have you checked your pet’s chip?
We all love giving our furry family members treats off some sort or another, whether it’s a bit of dinner slipped under the table or a real dog biscuit used as a reward for good behavior. However, there are some treats that should be kept well away from your dog’s snoz, no matter the situation. … Learn More ›Read more about → Ice cream and your dog
Taking your dog for a walk or a hike while it’s on a leash…any dog owner has felt the pain of it, especially if the dog isn’t quite well-trained yet and is tugging and yanking every which way. Wouldn’t it be so much easier if you could unclip the leash from their collar and let … Learn More ›Read more about → When is it safe to let your dog off-leash?
It’s common knowledge among pet owners that dogs need consistent exercise in order to stay fit and healthy, even as they grow older. Of course, one simple way of providing this is letting them romp around your back yard, while another would be to take them to the nearest dog park so they can play … Learn More ›Read more about → How to run well with your dog
Oh, pet allergies. No, we’re not talking about people suffering from being allergic to dogs or cats–though that’s obviously a common enough problem. Fortunately, there are numerous, well-known ways to handle that situation. Instead, we’re talking about pets that have allergies themselves. Should your dog or cat suffer from allergies, there are no real “cures” … Learn More ›Read more about → Does your pet have allergies?