Did you know? More dogs run away on July 4th than any other day of the year. Here are 6 suggestions to create a calm safe home for your dog during the 4th of July festivities from Heart Earth Inc.
When the temperatures rise, remember to plan ahead for your dog's safety just as you would for yourself. Enjoying ecreational activities with your pet can be fun but don't forget these summertime precautions in the excitement.
Unsure what you would need for your pet in an emergency? Well, review this handy infographic that lists everything you will need in order to create a helpful and quite possibly life-saving emergency pet kit.
Losing a pet is stressful, and it can be unclear on what you should be doing in order to find them. This checklist should help you with the process of trying to recover your lost pet.
Just because the weather is changing doesn’t mean your dog walking routine should. Sticking to regular walks will help you and your dog avoid packing on pounds during the colder months.
Caring for your pet, and keeping them safe, in a natural disaster starts before one even happens. You’ve probably all heard the message about preparing your pet but how many of you have actually taken the steps to do it?
“I just kept thinking…I don’t have enough arms for all of my children…my three kids, and my fur baby, Lexi…how am I gonna hold on to all them if it hits us?”