1 October 2018
Your dog has been your faithful companion for years, so when he starts to show the signs of aging, you want to be as loyal and loving right back to him. Know what's going on with his mind and body and do everything you can to make these golden years the best part of his life. 1. Keep Your Elderly Dog Excited About Life Just because your pooch is old doesn't mean he should be left to sleep in a corner all day.
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.
4 March 2018
Your shy dog can make it difficult to feel like you can leave them and go on vacation. But if boarding is necessary, there are several ways that you can make the time less stressful both for you and for your four-legged friend. Here are 4 preparation tips to create the best experience for everyone. Meet the Staff Shy dogs do better with people and pets they already know, so spend some time with your dog at the boarding home or facility.
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.
24 February 2017
French bulldogs are not only adorable, but are also known for their affectionate, friendly and companionable demeanor. Now that you have picked out the perfect French bulldog puppy for your family, you are probably excited but may also be a little nervous about bringing them home. Here are three tips to make those first few nights at home as easy and stress-free for you and your puppy as possible: Prepare Their Crate
29 July 2016
Leaving your cat behind when you go on vacation can be nerve-wracking, especially if they suffer from a medical problem such as diabetes. While you may already be accustomed to all the care that a diabetic cat needs to thrive, you may be worried about leaving your cat with someone that isn't familiar with what's involved in caring for cats suffering from diabetes. Instead of simply hoping for the best with a detailed care sheet, look into how you can make the most of boarding your cat at a local boarding kennel.
26 July 2016
If your cat starts to whine and cry when he goes to the restroom and notice that his urine seems much darker than usual, there is a chance that he may have a urinary tract infection. A urinary tract infection is often caused by stress or the formation of stones. Use the guide below to learn what to do if you think your favorite feline has developed a urinary tract infection.
21 July 2016
Dogs, just like humans, can fracture their limbs while playing and jumping. And, unfortunately, they don't always know how to avoid the things that will hurt them, like a speeding vehicle. If your dog breaks their leg, you have to take them to an emergency vet to have the leg set and make sure that the blood flow to the limb is not compromised. However, you must first try to stabilize the limb so you don't do further injury during transport.
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.
15 July 2016
When you have a dog that needs to take medication in order to be as healthy as possible, it can sometimes be hard to know how to get your pet to eat the pill. Most dogs will not simply eat a pill when you give it to them. If you need to give your dog a pill, use the guide below to learn a few creative ways to get him or her to take it quickly and easily.