Growing up with dogs, I quickly learned that Easter, much like other Holidays, involved potential hazards for my pets. Continue reading “Easter Pet Safety [Tips & Resources]”
Dog nails, like human nails, grow, and at some point will need to be trimmed.
Today I’d like to share some useful links to help you keep your pets safe, healthy, and happy. Did you know that the products you are using to clean with may contain ingredients that are harmful to your pets?
Would you know what to do if your dog stopped breathing?
Here is some important information from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). Read their guidelines and watch this excellent video to help you learn. Also, it’s a good idea keep your regular and emergency vet number handy at all times, just in case!
An Excellent Article from PetHelpful.com, By Shay-Marie
“Knowing how to get your dog to come when called is one of the most important things to figure out as a pet owner. Even if your dog isn’t capable of learning how to balance a treat on their nose or moonwalk, you absolutely want to make sure they are safe in every situation.” Click on this link to read more. . . Emergency Recall Training for Dogs Continue reading “Emergency Recall Training for Dogs “