Whether it’s making a new friend, eating healthier, or getting more exercise, use these seven New Year’s goals with your dog for a healthier year in 2020!
Holidays can be a fun and joyous time but unfortunately most pose dangers for dogs.
Holiday dangers: Plan to protect your pup from dog holiday dangers. Common holiday dangers include food, parties, decorations, and travel.
Valentine's Day safety tips: Keep your dog safe from flowers, treats, and alcohol.
Easter foods: Keep chocolate, raisins, and wine -- popular Easter foods dangerous for dogs -- away from your pet. Consult your vet immediately.
Fourth of July dangers: Chicken bones that wind up lodged in your dog's throat, firecrackers tied to tails, or dogs that are hit by cars trying to escape holiday noise.
Halloween: Keep candy and decorations out of reach. Keep all pets inside, away from threats or dangerous people.
Thanksgiving safety tips: Choose dog-safe decorations, make sure you have plenty of dog-safe food on hand and put the trash out.
Eco-friendly dog gifts include wearable tech, dog-friendly apps and grooming supplies that will help keep your dog happy and healthy.
Pet parents know dog milestones are precious. Celebrate dog milestones like birthday, gotcha day, Christmas, first vet visits, and more.
Dog fireworks fear remedies: Tire out your dog, keep him busy, confine him away from the noise and reward your dog for calm behavior.
Being prepared for a dog-friendly travel adventure will make it that much better. Do some planning and preparing before you hit the road.
Plan a dog-friendly Halloween that considers your dog’s temperament and confidence level. Don’t push her into a situation that could frighten the dog.
Use basic Halloween dog safety tips. Keep decorations, lights, candles, and candy out of your dog’s reach to prevent injuries.
Can dogs eat candy corn? Small amounts are safe. But watch for ingredients like sugar substitute xylitol and dyes that can be dangerous.
When traveling with your dog, it’s helpful to pack some of their home comforts to keep your pup calm, compliant, and happy.