Submissive urination can be annoying and frustrating. It can also take a while to break your dog of this behavior. Whatever you do, try to remain calm and don’t punish your dog. 6 tips to curb submissive urination Build confidence – basic obedience training can build your dog’s confidence. Get your dog used to noises, [...]
This summer, the Domestic Violence Intervention Program plans to add three dog kennels, three cat havens and an outdoor dog run to its Iowa City shelter. The Iowa City Press-Citizen reports that the program began emergency pet kenneling for domestic abuse victims by sending pets to area veterinarians and animal shelters but now, survivors will [...]
Did you just get yelled at by your boss? Did your car have two flat tires from the same damn pothole? Well, maybe these pug puns will help.
There are so many cool events for you and your pets to head to and meet others who love their pets just like you this upcoming May. It was a long winter, it’s time to play! Check out the events listed and if you’re not near any of these, check with your local humane society [...]
Springtime is here. It’s time to replant some flowers in the yard. When planting, remember some plants are toxic to dogs and other pets. You may want to opt for some other safer flowers when planting this spring. Here’s 6 kinds of flowers that are toxic to dogs Oleander – It can cause gastrointestinal tract [...]
Nestle Purina donated nearly half a million dollars to the St. Louis Children’s Hospital to build a special family pet ward. The ward will have a dog bone box and a litter box for cats. The ward is for children who need to stay at the hospital for extended amounts of time and may want [...]
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Getting a new pet is exciting. New toys, new pet bed, new everything! You want your pet to be pampered but you also want your pet to make the transition into your home easy and non-threatening. 5 Tips To Prepare For Your New Pet Pet proof your home – Puppies and kittens, and other animals [...]
Did you pup put on some “winter weight?” That’s ok, it happens to us all. But losing those few extra pounds and getting your dog back down to a good weight is important. For some dogs, the extra weight can make their joints ache, hurt their hips, and make breathing harder when walking. Health-wise, an [...]