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Grooming can be difficult for some pet owners and a fun experience for others. It doesn’t have to be traumatic for you or your dog, but it can be easier if you know what you’re doing. If you choose to handle your dog’s grooming needs at home, these tips will help.Read more Tags Dog safety
Natural disasters can be just as terrifying for your pets as they are for you. If you live in an area that regularly experiences natural disasters, you can plan ahead to minimize the stress and risk to your pet. Here are some tips to help keep your pet safe during a natural disaster.Read more Tags Dog safety
It can be an exciting time for the entire family when the kids head back to school in the fall, but one member of the family may not be so happy about it. Your dog may have the “school time blues” because your children aren’t at home.Read more Tags Dog safety
Is your dog a little too enthusiastic with the mailman? Does he bark a little too often, and get a little too carried away during playtimes?Read more Tags Dog safety
Home is where the heart is, but unfortunately, it’s also where a lot of common household poisons lie in wait for your dog. Dogs are naturally curious, and they learn a lot about their world through their sense of smell and taste. However, some things in your home could be deadly if your dog eats them.Read more Tags Dog safety
Pet owners are not the only ones who benefit from regular exercise. Dogs benefit from regular activity as much as their owners do, in more ways than one. Regular activity helps your pet maintain her weight, retain her overall good health and even boosts her mood. Plus, spending time together being active can be fun for both of you.Read more Tags Dog health
Loyal as they are, dog bites account for nearly 4.7 million injuries each year in the United States. One out of every five bites requires serious medical attention, and some even require reconstructive surgery. Children and the elderly are the most common victims of dog bites, and almost all dog bites are sadly preventable.Read more Tags Dog safety