April is National Heartworm Awareness Month, and it’s a good time to begin watching out for the symptoms of heartworm in your dog. Heartworm can be difficult to detect in the early stages, but if your dog exhibits any of these symptoms, visit a veterinarian immediately.
Ten million dogs and cats go missing every year. That’s why National Lost Dog Awareness Day, observed on April 23rd, is such an important day for pet owners. Here are a few things you can do if you ever have to find a lost dog.
Lots of cleaners have harsh solvents, fragrances, and chemicals that aren’t great for the planet–and often, not good for us or our dogs. However, there are non-toxic, eco-friendly options that are easier on the environment and safe for your home and pups.
April 22nd is Earth Day! Going green doesn’t just apply to us as humans; it also applies to us as dog owners. If you want to live a greener life, it’s important to include your pets in the process. Here’s what you can do to go green.
Now that spring is here and April is bringing its showers, your pup could probably use some fun indoor activities to fight the boredom. Fortunately, there a few things you can do inside on a rainy day that may keep your dog mentally and physically in shape!
A blood loss of as little as two teaspoons per pound of body weight is enough to cause a dog to go into shock. Every dog owner should know how to control or stop bleeding, even if it’s just long enough to get the dog to the veterinarian.
April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and it’s a perfect time to go over exactly what you should include in your dog’s first-aid kit. Even if you already have a first-aid kit, now might be a good time to make sure the supplies haven’t expired or run out.
April Fools’ Day isn’t just for humans. Some of our best animal buddies like to get in on the prank action, too! It turns out dogs are actually excellent pranksters. Check out some of the best dog pranks YouTube has to offer!