Thanksgiving safety tips: Choose dog-safe decorations, make sure you have plenty of dog-safe food on hand and put the trash out.
A wireless electric dog fence is a viable option because it is safer, portable, affordable, and easy to install.
Keep your dog safe by teaching leave it, preventing dog fights, protecting your dog from heatstroke, and by feeding a healthy diet.
Raccoons attack dogs by scratching or biting if they feel threatened. This is especially dangerous if the raccoon carries the rabies virus.
A heatwave can drive wild animals toward your home in an effort to find a cool place, which can cause a dangerous confrontation with your dog.
Choose pet-safe window coverings by avoiding cords and hanging drapes. Consider mini-blinds or wooden blinds to keep your dog safe.
When an emergency strikes, it can be helpful to follow a step-by-step list of things you should do when your dog needs immediate care.
Exposure to weed killers makes dogs vulnerable to everything from nausea, dehydration, and breathing problems to bladder or thyroid cancer.
Start when your dog is young and use lots of treats and patience to coax him into the dog swimming pool. Make getting into the pool a positive experience.
Keep your dog away from pandemic poison dangers including yeast, bread, coffee, wine, paint, and marijuana.