Make Sure Your Pets are Prepared in Case Disaster Strikes

Emergency Preparedness

Preparing Your Pets for Evacuation By Stacy Mantle We never think it will happen to us, but the truth is a disaster can strike anywhere at any time. From hurricanes and fires, to gas leaks and terrorist threats, there are hundreds of reasons why you and your pets may need to evacuate your home. The important thing is to be prepared and to be certain your pets are, too. Here … [Read more...]

Dog Safety in the Car

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On the Road with Your Dog By Lisa King Traveling by car with your dog can be rewarding for both of you. Sharing a vacation is much more enjoyable than kenneling your dog and going without him. With a little careful planning, you can minimize problems and maximize fun. Before you hit the road, ask yourself a few questions: Is my dog accustomed to riding in the car? … [Read more...]

Dogs At The Beach – Beach Activities for You and Your Dogs

Canine Beach Time By Stacy Mantle Heading to the beach with your best friend can be a great experience for both of you. Whether you have a Chihuahua or a Labrador, the love of water is a crossbreed activity. Not only is it relaxing for both you and your pet to get out in the water, its great exercise as well. There are some considerations before you head out for a day on … [Read more...]

Keep An Eye Out For Signs of Heat Stroke in Dogs

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Beat the Heat - Signs of Heat Stroke in Dogs By Audrey Pavia It’s summertime, and the living is easy. Especially for dogs. Pet owners are home a lot more, spending time barbecuing in the backyard and going on family outings. Dogs get more quality time with their people, and some lucky pups even get to go on road trips. While summer offers plenty of opportunity for dogs … [Read more...]