Every pet owner wants to make sure that their yard is a safe place for their pets to play. Unfortunately, there are all kinds of dangers that lurk in backyards. It’s important for pet owners to be aware of these potential dangers so that they can keep their pet protected.
In most cases these outside dangers apply to your dog but if you have cats that play or explore outside, it is also important to be aware for their sake.
When you have completed your dogs training program, the training is not finished, you are simply entering a different level of training. Through experience, I have learned 5 simple tips which will assure that you have a well trained dog for the rest of his or hers life.
1. Continue the training
This very timely article by Dr Al Plechner DVM, addresses a topic that is coming to the forefront of pet health, and explores the dangers to our pets with the chemicals used today to treat certain problems such as fleas or other pests.
Are we helping our beloved pets or hurting them? This article will answer that question.
THE FOURTH OF JULY MAY BE A HOLIDAY FOR THE PET OWNER, BUT A PROBLEM FOR THEIR PETS
Wow, here it is July already. Half of 2014 has already come and gone. 4th of July and all its celebrations are right around the corner. Along with these celebrations come the usual fireworks, meaning loud noises. While we enjoy the celebrations and its meaning, many of our pets have an extremely difficult time with this holiday and other events, causing loud noises like thunder.
While we are having fun, how do we make sure our beloved pets remain calm and anxiety free?