Thanksgiving safety tips: Choose dog-safe decorations, make sure you have plenty of dog-safe food on hand and put the trash out.
Banish dangerous pests like ticks, fleas, mosquitoes, and rodents from your yard to protect your dog and keep him safe.
Puppy kisses are full of affection, loyalty, and about 700 kinds of bacteria. To be safe, limit puppy kisses to your hands or cheek.
Children benefit when pairing babies and puppies early by learning compassion and responsibility and boosting their immune system.
Protect your dog from household dangers, including furniture, power cords, contaminants, and things your dog can chew on.
Relying on your dog to scare wildlife can be dangerous and expose your dog to diseases like tularemia and rabies.
Pesticides and dogs can be a dangerous combination. But using pesticides appropriately can be beneficial to your home and yard.
Dog fireworks fear remedies: Tire out your dog, keep him busy, confine him away from the noise and reward your dog for calm behavior.
Create a safe zone so your dog has a place to go when it’s frightened or needs to relax. Make the space comfortable and easy to access.
Dog-proof your fish tank by keeping it covered and out of sight. Tire your dog out before you leave your dog home alone with your aquarium.