Ticks are bad news for people and pets, but it’s hard to avoid them if your dog spends lots of time outdoors. Regularly checking your pet (and yourself) after spending time outdoors can help reduce the likelihood of a tick bite and the potential for Lyme disease. Here are some things you need to know about ticks and your dog so you can keep your pet safe from harm.
Lyme disease can be deadly in dogsRead more
Summer time is the perfect time to get outdoors with your dog for a little fun and games. You can even incorporate a little training in your summer activities. Here are some fun activities you can try with your dog this summer.
Hide and Seek
Here’s a new spin on an old favorite. Hide treats around your garden while keeping your pet indoors. Once the treats are hidden, see how many your dog can find just by scent. You may have to help by letting him sniff a treat before you begin, but eventually he’ll get the idea.Read more
Summer safety isn’t just for humans. Your dog may want to enjoy being outdoors in the summer, but you need to watch out for summer safety hazards that could put your pooch at risk. Here are some things you should watch out for this summer in order to protect your dog.
This can cause stress for the incoming dog as well as the current dog or dogs. It is important to understand how to handle introducing dogs in order to ensure a harmonious life for everyone involved.Read more
Moving suddenly to another home can be as stressful for your dog as it is for you. To make the transition easier, here are some tips:
When taking things in and out of the car or truck, make sure your dog is secured in a crate. This will keep him safe and help him feel less vulnerable than if tied up or running free.Read more