They Thought Their Dog Was Dead Until They Got A Call
His microchip revealed an owner and that he was listed as lost, they called the number and got chills when they heard that the dog they found was dead...
Record cold temperatures: Keep pets safe
With record cold temperatures battering the Midwest, and the mercury dropping for much of the rest of the country, here's how to take care of your pets.
Seven things to do if your pet is lost
Realizing your pet is missing is one of the most frightening things that can happen; here are seven steps you can take to help ensure your four-legged friend’s return.
The dark reality of pet theft
Pet theft is one reason dogs and cats seemingly vanish from their owners; here are some ways to protect you and your beloved four-legged friends from this awful trend.
Keep your cords and pets safe
Does your Kindle bear tooth marks? Has your dog destroyed countless remote controls and sets of headphones? You’re not alone.
Why it’s important to vaccinate your pet
To help control the spread of disease, many vets recommend regular vaccinations for family dogs and cats. Find out more about which ones your pets may be at risk for.
Do pet seat belts really work?
New Jersey is the first state in the country considering a pet seat belt law.
Hurricane Isaac puts pet evacuation plans to the test
As Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast as a category 5 storm, residents were forced to leave their beloved pets behind as rescue crews pulled stranded citizens to safety.
Five summertime water-safety musts for pets
Miami can be a scary place for pet people like me. Pools, beaches, bays, canals...it’s water, water everywhere.
Pet Summer Vacation Take Them Along
Pet Safety Lady founder of Bark Buckle UP shows what you need for camping or hiking with your pets this summer.
Holiday plants and your pet
This article courtesy of Dr. Patrick Mahaney. With Halloween and Thanksgiving behind us (see Top 5 Halloween Pet Safety Tips and Thanksgiving Holiday Pet Safety Tips), the fall-winter holiday season forges forward with the festivities of Hanukkah, Christmas and New Year’s Eve. As we decorate our dwellings for these celebrations, keep in mind that festive […]
Keeping pets safe in a disaster
Wildfires and other natural disasters can occur immediately, forcing thousands to flee their homes. Evacuation procedures have improved in recent years, and more plans are including pets. The southern California wildfires of 2007, for instance, forced the country’s second mass evacuation in two years, but this time pets made it out with their owners, according […]