Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and feasts. Three things your dog is probably looking forward to! However, it’s important to keep in mind some simple ways to ensure your dog stays safe during the holiday season. He probably wouldn’t be too thankful if he gets sick off table scraps or a left out spiked eggnog drink. Check out these tips for having a Thanksgiving that your pets can enjoy, too.
The relationship between your dog and child can be the absolute best relationship your child will ever know. It can teach empathy, love, companionship, responsibility and more. Far too often, the potential for this wonderful experience is lost because parents don’t take the time to teach their child how to properly interact with their dog. Here are a few tips to consider:
August is National Immunization Awareness Month and we wouldn’t be dog owners if we didn’t use this month to promote pet vaccination awareness, as well! Many people understand that their pets need vaccines, but do they truly understand which vaccines dogs need, and when, to be protected against dangerous diseases?
February is Responsible Pet Ownership Month. We are using this month to celebrating man’s best friend and all the joy they bring to our lives; An opportunity to educate families on the responsibilities of owning a dog.