Tips About Chips – August 15th Is National Check Your Microchip Info Day
What would you do if your best friend got lost? Here's the skinny on those little microchip doo-dads.
Online Dog Safety Course Saves Lives
Would you know what to do if your dog was choking? What if he was hit by a car or collapsed on a walk? What you do, or don’t do at that critical time will make a difference...
Protecting Your Dog From Hiking Hazards
Getting some exercise while experiencing the majestic natural world is fun on its own, but doing it with your best furry friend at your side elevates the experience to awesome.
April is National Pet First Aid Awareness Month
Courtesy of: 1800PetMeds.com
Keep Your Dog Safe This Valentine’s Day
Dogs will likely enjoy your Valentine’s gifts and treats just as much as you do, but with some potentially serious health consequences.
Pet Safety Tips For Christmas
Make sure and take all the proper precautions to keep your dogs and cats safe this holiday season; including securely anchoring the family tree and other safety measures.
Top 5 Thanksgiving Tips For Dog And Cat Owners
Five important tips all cat and dog owners should keep in mind this Thanksgiving holiday, including how to keep them away from human food and dealing with visitors and strangers.
Thanksgiving Safety Tips For Dog Lovers
Do you have any other dog safety tips for the holidays? Please share in the comments below so we can all gain from your experience.
IKEA Creates Dog Parking Station So Dogs Don’t Have To Sit In Hot Cars
A store in Germany knows that dogs love a good car ride but that it's too dangerous to leave them in the car so they've created the first ever doggie parking station!
6 Super Bowl Safety Tips To Keep Your Dog Out Of Harm’s Way
When you have a party on Super Bowl Sunday, make sure your dog stays safe while you enjoy the game, food, and drinks.
Woman Fights Alligator To Save Her Dog [VIDEO]
A seven-foot alligator attacked the dog and was dragging it into a pond. Without thinking, Lori leaped into action, ran into the water, and grabbed the gator’s tail.
Buckling Up Your Pup: How Pet Safety Is Changing The Way We Travel
In the future buckling up your pup will be as common as putting your own seat belt on. We protect the things we hold dear and nothing is dearer than...
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.
Landmark study reveals most pet seatbelts “not optimal”
Of the seven dog harnesses tested for the Center for Pet Safety’s simulated car-crash study, only one was called a “top performer” — the other six had serious performance flaws.
First responders train to save pets
On a frigid February day, a Minnesota firefighter and his family put Bart, their 13-year-old German Shorthaired Pointer, in the laundry room of their home before leaving to run errands. Bart normally spent his time outdoors, but because of his age and the blizzard-like conditions, they thought he would be safer and more comfortable indoors. […]
Beware of traps and snares this hunting season
In late November, Calmar, Iowa resident Candi Nelson experienced a tragedy no dog owner should ever have to go through — and that every dog owner needs to hear. Nelson and her 2-year-old Weimaraner, Skylar, were taking a walk on their neighbor’s rural property when Skylar was snagged in a hunting snare. Terrified, Nelson worked […]
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 […]
Puppy socialization and safety
Puppies are particularly responsive to experiences during the first 20 weeks of their life. This is a time when they are most apt to readily absorb information (in this case, positive information provided through thoughtful and controlled socialization and habituation). They are also less likely than an adult dog to have had previous unpleasant experiences […]