Halloween is a great holiday to dress up. With so many dog costumes its hard to decide what they’ll be this year. However, taking your dog with you does pose some risk for them as well as other children who might be walking close by. Here are some great tips and advice so everybody has a spooky good time.
Dog parks are a place where you can take your dog, let them run free and meet and play with other dogs. However, there is a certain etiquette you should know before you go so that everybody is in a safe and fun environment.
The benefits of microchipping dogs and cats far outweigh the decision not to. Pets are part of our families and if they got lost, we'd be devastated. The process is simple, a tiny microchip (about the size of a grain of rice), containing contact information for your pet is implanted between it’s shoulder blades.
Dogs and fireworks don’t usually mix. Here are 7 ways to enjoy the holiday for you and your pet. The safest and best bet for celebrating this July 4th with your dog is to find a safe, secure spot in your home while you go out and enjoy the loud bangs, bright lights and spectator fun.