Yes, you may be wondering why a posting about Halloween on the first week of September? Well, we like to stay ahead of the game! For many pets, the trick or treat time is a scary time. Here are some tips on keeping your pets safe on Halloween: Ringing doorbells and knocking - dogs and cats sometimes go crazy when they here the doorbell ring or someone knocking at the door, so keep a close on them as the kiddos will be doing this quite frequently while trick or treating. It's
It's the middle of July and it's scorching hot outside! With triple digits hitting numerous US cities day after day, times like these can be dangerous for your pets.
While summer is a time for vacationing, spending time outdoors, etc., summer can also be a rude awakening for many pet owners. Not only is the heat a problem that many pets and pet owners face, but so are: hot cars swimming pools with steep sides or steps waterfront docks picnics with a plethora of harmful foods
As a pet owner, one of the fears that we are faced with sometimes - losing our furry friend. July seems to be a month where pets are lost due to the 4th of July fireworks and celebrations. Getting lost is not only traumatizing for the pet owner, but for the animal as well. Here are a few tips to keep your loved ones where they belong: Keep your dog on a leash Have a tall backyard fence - make it difficult for them to jump over. Make sure there are no holes in the backyard whe
It is July and thousands will be hitting the road to go on vacation. Will you be taking Fido or Mittens along on the ride? A few basic supplies and preparation will make your trip a much safer trip for your pet. Here are a few tips to make traveling safe and comfortable for your pet. Supplies For Your Pet The basics such as a water dish, pet food, bedding such as a mat, leash and collar/harness, medications, pet ID tags, and any others that will make your pet feel comfortable