Protect Your Pets from Fleas and Ticks This Spring
With spring currently in full bloom, you have probably started spending a lot more time outdoors with your pets. Unfortunately, more time outside means more exposure to fleas and ticks. If your pet is not properly protected, these troublesome pests can cause serious health issues such as Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Here are the best ways to protect your pets this spring: Use year-round preventative measures such as a flea collar or […]
Spring Activities for You and Your Dog
After being cooped up all winter, it is hard not to catch spring fever when the weather finally warms up. You want to go outside and get active, and so does your pup! Try one of these fun activities together and make the most of this season. Go hiking: Hiking will provide you and your furry friend with lots of fresh air and exercise. Research local hiking trails and find the ones best suited for […]
Keep Your Pup Warm This Winter!
During the winter months, it is very important to keep your pets healthy and warm. As the temperature drops, so does a dog’s tolerance for cold. Whether you live in an area that gets a lot of snow or an area with mild temperatures and rain, follow these tips to make sure that your pet has everything they need to get through the winter! Provide them with a cozy place to sleep. Whether it is […]
Holiday Travel Tips for You and Your Dog
With the holiday season in full swing, you may be planning to travel in order to celebrate with family and friends. Holiday roads trips can be stressful for you, but they can be also be especially stressful for your pooch. Check out these tips on how to keep your dog happy and healthy during travel. Take a test drive. Before committing your dog to a long car ride, see how they react to traveling in […]
5 DIY Yourself Halloween Treats for Your Dog
Kids aren’t the only ones who deserve a treat on Halloween. Your dog wants to get in on the fun too! Unfortunately, most popular Halloween treats are actually toxic to pets. Candy sweetened with xylitol and all types of chocolate are very dangerous and can cause pets serious health problems. Check out these DIY recipes and make your furry friend a safe and delicious treat this Halloween! Kids aren’t the only ones who deserve a […]
Can my dog eat from the Thanksgiving table? What you can and can not allow your pet to eat this holiday.
If you have a dog, you’re familiar with the puppy-dog eyes that suddenly appear when everyone sits down to enjoy a meal at the dinner table. You may even have a hound who is bold enough to hop up on the table and take a bite if nobody is looking! If you are likely to throw some scraps of your holiday meal into your dog’s bowl at the end of the day, here is what […]
How to keep your pets safe and warm during the Fall season.
Just like us our pets too are experiencing the changes of the season. As we are enjoying the change in the landscape, going on hay rides, picking pumpkins and having some version of pumpkin spice our pets are counting on us to make sure they are safe and warm as the temps start to drop. Here are some tips to keep your fur baby safe and happy during the fall months. Source: ASPCA Keep […]
Keeping Your Pet Safe and Happy During Firework Season
Cookouts, apple pie, and fireworks! Can you guess which holiday is coming up this weekend? Even though this year has proven to make crowded celebrations like parades and carnivals difficult to execute, many towns are still celebrating Independence Day with a fireworks display! Most of us are thankful to have a simple reminder of what life was like before the pandemic, but one group who may not be as excited for a booming display of […]