Tips for Caring for Your Pets during the Summer Months

  • Boarding Your Puppy For Their First Overnight Stay? 3 Features To Prioritize

    27 June 2018

    As the new owner of a puppy, it's important that you take the steps to make sure that your puppy will be as comfortable as possible when you need to be separated for a short period. When you have a puppy that needs to stay at a boarding kennel for the first time, there are a number of things that you can make sure of to ensure that your puppy will be comfortable and that there won't be any more stress involved with their stay than necessary.

  • Four Essential Items For Hunting With A Bird Dog For The First Time

    20 May 2017

    You may have done a lot of hunting in the past, but if you are planning on hunting with a bird dog for the first time, there are certain essential items that you will need to acquire before your trip. The following are among the most important. A dog crate A portable dog cage is important for many reasons, but the safety of your dog is at the top of the list.

  • Doggy Diarrhea? Possible Causes For Your Dog's Upset Stomach

    19 July 2016

    As a dog owner who cares a great deal about the health and well-being of your beloved canine companion, the last thing you want is to take them outside one morning and find that they have a case of diarrhea. You may find yourself wondering what is causing your dog's diarrhea so that you can help them start to get feeling better. Get to know some of the reasons your dog may have a case of diarrhea so that you can provide them with the care and treatments that they need in order to get them back to normal as soon as possible.

  • Labor And English Bulldogs: 3 Signs You Need To Take Your Dog To The Vet

    4 July 2016

    Due to the size of their puppies' heads and shoulders, English bulldogs find it very difficult to deliver puppies on their own. In fact, a C-section is required 95 percent of the time. If surgical intervention does not happen in time, you may lose one or more of the puppies. In some cases, the mother can die as well. For these reasons, it's vital that you have a birthing plan and a veterinarian on hand to perform a C-section when the time is right.