Summer is the season for gathering and grilling out with friends and family. If you’re thinking of including your pet in the celebration, this is a must read…especially if your guests are prone to feeding Fido scraps from under the table or if your pup is prone to trash-diving or counter surfing.
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 and your pup are getting the stir crazies, then a trip to the local dog park may be in order. Here are a few things you need to know before you go.
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.
With record setting temperatures popping up all over the state and country, we researched the best heat safety tips to bring you 6 simple ways to keep your pets cool in the hot summer months.
As pet owners, we know that our pets are important members of our household so it is imperative to include them in our emergency plan.