July 22, 2016
Pool and Beach Safety Tips for Dog Owners
Beach and pool season is in full swing, and chances are you’ll be enjoying one of these cooling-off options this summer. But remember, there’s no need to leave the dog at home! While the issue of water safety for dogs is very serious, we know that with careful planning, training and attention, you and your dog can stay cool and have a blast this summer. Let’s start with the basics… Read post »
July 8, 2016
The Facts About Dogs and Hot Cars
News anchor Kyle Clark of NBC affiliate KUSA in Denver, CO made news himself in 2016 when he spoke up on air about witnessing a dog locked inside a car on a 90°F day. “So there’s an apology in order,” Clark said. “Not for you, no. For your dog. I’m sorry that your dog does not have better humans.” His powerful statement resonated with pet lovers everywhere, and attracted over 1.5 million views on Facebook. Read post »
June 9, 2016
DogWatch’s Guide to a Dog-Friendly Summer Barbecue
We just had our annual summer cookout at DogWatch HQ, and it inspired us to share our dog-friendly BBQ menu! These tips will also help you keep an eye out for dangerous foods that dogs should NOT eat at your next barbecue. As always, pay attention to ingredients, keep servings of the “good” people food small, and don’t leave the food or trash unattended – these are some of the steps to making this a safe and healthy summer for your dog!
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November 19, 2015
Good and Bad Thanksgiving Foods for Your Dog
It’s almost Thanksgiving, and folks around the country are preparing for their annual feast to be shared with family and loved ones. Of course, your dog is included among your loved ones. Should he be included in the meal as well?
In fact, there are a number of Thanksgiving foods that you can safely share with your furry family member. DogTails has compiled a list of good and bad Thanksgiving foods for dogs, to help you put together that special bowl for your pup.
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