Accidents do happen, and the last thing we want to do is panic. April is Pet First Aid Awareness month, so we’ve compiled some tips to help prepare and empower you to be the best first responder you can be for your pet in common emergency situations.
If you’re planning to transition from remote to on-site work in the coming months, this change in your daily life and your pet’s routine could trigger separation anxiety; and especially if they are your only pet.
A happy dog is a trained dog. Proper training not only enhances safety for you and your dog, it improves the bond you share by building trust and mutual respect. So let’s get this New Year started off on the right paw by making a resolution to learn something new with our canine babies!
More than one million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized each year. Adopting not only saves lives, but it will cost you less, help other animals in need, fight illegal breeding such as puppy mills, and much more.
Jessica has fostered 22 dogs through Fur Sisters Rescue over the last year and a half; and watching these “unwanted” dogs transform through her love, patience and understanding is the biggest gift to her along with the incredible life lessons she learns from each of them in return.
With temperatures on the rise, it’s more important than ever to tune in to what your dog is trying to say. We’ve translated with some helpful tips to ensure your K-9 companion survives these dog days of summer.
If you’re staying at home and stir crazy…decrease your stress, provide purpose, and entertain the little ones by opening your heart and home to help foster a cat or dog in need during these trying times.
Our pet’s teeth and gums are often overlooked. Oral health is vital to the overall health, happiness and well-being of our pets. So grab a toothbrush and check out these 4 simple steps to keep your pet’s teeth and gums healthy!
Did you welcome a new pet over the holidays? Introducing a new pet to your resident pet can be a tricky process. The goal of the transition is to make sure they can live harmoniously together. Here are a few tips to ensure a smooth homecoming.
The holidays are such a joyous time of year for people and their pets. However, it’s important to keep in mind that simple holiday traditions, such as trimming the tree and decorating the house, can pose potential problems to our precious Fur Friends if not monitored carefully.
On Veterans Day, we honor the millions of brave men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Many veterans come back home to pick up their lives, but for some that is not always an easy task. K9s For Warriors is a local non-profit and our nation’s largest provider of trained service dogs for post-9/11 veterans who are suffering from the invisible wounds of war.