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, decorations out of reach. Keep all pets inside, away from danger or anyone seeking to cause trouble on Halloween.
September 4, 2017 posted by Editor
Happy Labor Day! Celebrate everyone who works including the hard-working dogs who provide a variety of services.
May 3, 2017 posted by Editor
Dog moms: Great gifts include pedicures, flowers, books, poop scooping services, and more.