Archive for the ‘pets’ Category

Back To School Blues: Pets and Change

For some of us, school has started and for others, we are getting our kids ready to embark on their first semester of college. The summer routine of day camps and small weekend getaways will end and your dog may be find her/himself alone again for 8 to 9 hours a day. With the hustle [...]

Hot Weather Pet Tips

The temperatures are rising and that means that dogs and humans alike need to take some extra care when spending time outside. While certain breeds of dogs love the hotter days, others can experience health problems. Be careful when spending time outside that your dog is not getting overheated, dehydrating, or sunburned. Here are 5 [...]

Prevent Heat Stroke in Pets

Summer is coming and with that are some new hazards to be aware of when out and about with your dog. Heatstroke can be the serious and often fatal result of a dog’s prolonged exposure to excessive heat. Don’t forget to keep an eye open for the signs of heatstroke. Early Stages: Heavy panting. Rapid [...]

Earth Day: Go Green For Pets

This Earth Day you don’t need a green thumb to help the planet. You can replace all your light-bulbs with fluorescent ones, walk or ride a bike when heading out to see friends, and buy recycled products. You can also change a few habits with your pet to go green. Here are 7 tips to [...]

Fleas: Protect Your Pet and Your Family

Even though it’s not “flea season,” let’s not forget they out there that can invade our homes. Fleas are small, agile, dark colored insects that can jump almost 7 inches in the air and 12 inches in distance. This is nearly 200 times their body length and makes them one of the best jumpers in [...]

Antifreeze: Keep Pets Safe

Winter weather can bring snow, ice, and sleet to your town. This means we pull out chemicals to keep our cars from stalling and our sidewalks from becoming ice rinks. Keep in mind that we could accidentally be exposing our pets to poisons. Antifreeze is a sweet tasting chemical and cats and dogs may lick [...]

Thanksgiving Pet Tips

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It’s almost Thanksgiving, and for pet owners that means in addition to thinking about how we’ll handle our own excesses over the holiday we need to be aware of how our pets will deal with it, too. This can be a really hectic time, with more people in the house than usual, so it’s important [...]

Fall Pet Tips

Autumn is a busy time for many families, the kids go back to school, schedules change, and it’s time to put away some of the summer stuff and pull out the blankets and long-sleeve shirts. It’s also an important time of year for maintenance on your house and cars. However, don’t forget to make sure [...]

Tips for Summer Getaways With Your Dog

Taking your dog for a hike? Going camping this summer? Great idea! But first, be sure you and your dog are prepared for the upcoming trek. Here are a few tips for taking your dog on a camping trip or summer hike. 6 Tips For Summer Getaways Expect the Unexpected – Although you can probably [...]

Harmful Household Plants To Pets

Our pets sometimes do things that we wish they didn’t like sit on the table, scratch the doors, or chew on electrical cords. They use their sense of smell, touch, and taste to learn about the world around them and it can sometimes get them in trouble, especially when it comes to plants. Ingesting even [...]

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