Is your dog protected against these 10 most dangerous (and common) parasites? Using regular fleat/tick control along with monitoring what your dog eats or ingests will go a long way in preventing most of these parasites.
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It’s often heart-breaking to look into our pooch’s sad eyes every time we leave for work or school. Let’s face it, as much as we’d prefer staying home with our dogs instead of spending that time away, it’s almost impossible to avoid leaving our
by Nicola Reynor A lot has been said about how owning a pet is not essentially a green idea. We don’t agree. The way things are set up, few things that are a part of our daily lives are green on their own; we
Dear Kevin, My husband and I have lived apart last year due to our jobs with homeland security. He is moving to my home with his 10 month old female (crazy, but sweet) Weimaraner named Emma. I recently rescued an 8 month old Staffordshire stray
Standing in the pet food aisle of your local grocery store, staring down the endless array of treats, chews, and snacks for your dog can get overwhelming – especially if you start reading those long lists of un-pronouncable ingredients! Whether your dog, like mine,
A recent study by Virginia Commonwealth University shows that dogs in the workplace reduce stress, improve communication, and increase job satisfaction among employees. According to a press release of their findings: Stress is a major contributor to employee absenteeism, morale and burnout and results
Growing up I always viewed walking the dog as a chore. It wasn’t something I enjoyed and only did it because my parents made me. With that being said, our dog didn’t get walked nearly as much as he should’ve. Ironically as I got
September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. Unfortunately, as we all know, natural and man-made disasters occur each year all across the country. They can take the form of hurricanes, floods, wild fires, house fires, gas leaks and terrorist events. Obviously it would be best
With a short visit to your veterinarian every few months, your dog can be a hero. We’re all familiar with the need for human blood donors, many of us have given blood or do so regularly, knowing that our healthy blood could mean the
National Dog Day began 10 years ago today, August 26, as an idea by animal behaviorist and author Colleen Paige. Colleen wanted to create a “day” to celebrate all dogs, to bring attention to dogs in need of rescue, to honor dogs that devote
Far too often, animals from happy, loving homes end up in rescue shelters when a new baby arrives. With a little patience and a lot of planning, you can make your home a safe and loving environment for your new baby AND your dog!