The way dogs mark their territories could attract larger wild animals. For example, coyotes and foxes may choose to compete for an area.
Dog-friendly home renovations range from purchasing pet stairs to adding dog-specific showering areas or built-in food and water bowls.
Driving with your dog: Keep pup restrained in the backseat to reduce distractions and keep you both safe if you’re in a crash.
Your dog needs sunscreen if he has light-colored hair or nose, if he spends a lot of time outdoors, or if he has any bald spots.
Visit your veterinarian if your dog gets a wild animal bite, especially if the culprit was a venomous animal like a snake.
Eating products with xylitol toxic for dogs. Consuming it can cause seizures, liver failure, low blood sugar, and in some chronic cases, death.
Researchers have identified animal abuse as one of the four predictors for domestic violence. Signs of animal abuse or neglect are often physical.
Pet containment systems offer an alternative to traditional fences meant to safeguard your pet. The systems are quick and easy to install.
Create a dog-friendly yard that becomes a fun, safe space for your pet. Consider plants, lighting and a cozy spot for a nap.
Make simple modifications to help your pet using a dog wheelchair. Add ramps to ease access, gates to control movement, soft beds, and feeding stations.