Dog Care

Uninvited Guests: How To Tell If Wildlife Is Calling Your Property Home

Your yard is a safe place where you spend time with your family and your pets. However, several other animals may call your yard home as well, no matter what time of year it is, posing a potential danger to your two-legged and four-legged family members. It could also result in critters taking up residence wherever they can in or around your home.

It’s integral to understand the signs of wildlife living in or around your yard and what you can do about it.

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Dogs running outside, summer allergies

Summer Allergies In Dogs: How To Spot The Symptoms And Provide Relief

The runny nose, the itchy eyes, and the scratchy throat that won’t go away are just a few of the “joys” that summer allergies bring, and just when you had gotten over your spring allergies! No matter your location, summer allergies appear due to pollen, various weeds, and many common types of grass.

Summer allergies can also affect your four-legged family member, manifesting in several physical symptoms. Here’s how to spot the signs and provide your dog relief.

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Cat by candle, pet fire safety

Fire Safety: 3 Easy Ways You Can Help Protect Your Pets

Every year, in the United States alone, over 500,000 pets experience house fires, and 40,000 of those pets tragically lose their lives, mostly from complications due to smoke inhalation. In general, pet owners do not like to think about their four-legged family members experiencing an event such as a fire, but they must prepare in the event one happens.

 

Here are THREE easy ways pet owners can help protect their pets from a potential house fire with preparation and prevention.  

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puppy at beach, beach safety

How Every Dog Owner Can Plan A Perfect Beach Day!

The sun is up, the weather is warm, and the ocean is calling your name! There are few summer activities that rival hitting the beach on an idyllic summer day. A beach trip is fun for every family member, and that can include four-legged family members.

However, if you plan on bringing your dog along, there are a few things to consider. Follow this guide to ensure that you (and your pup) have the best day ever!

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