Author Archives: Tommy Terrier

Things to Know About Water Intoxication

June 25, 2019 :: Posted by Tommy Terrier

Do you have a dog who loves to swim, retrieve in the water, chase waves, chomp at white caps, run in river streams, play in the sprinklers or catch water from the hose in your back yard?  If so, you should be aware of water intoxication.  Although rare, water intoxication is a life-threatening condition and read more

Ice Cube Tray Treats

May 23, 2019 :: Posted by Tommy Terrier

This summer you can create fun, tasty, bite-sized ice treats for your dogs in just a few simple steps! Take your ice cube tray and fill ¾ of each slot with a liquid base of either water or low-sodium chicken or beef broth. Add in a small piece of food, here are some of our read more

Safe Plants, Fruits and Vegetables

May 23, 2019 :: Posted by Tommy Terrier

Flowers are blooming!  Did you know there are a handful of plants, fruits and vegetables that are safe for your dog to nibble on? You can create an edible herb garden for your dog with these six plants: Thyme Dill Sage Rosemary Parsley Basil Plus, six fresh fruits and vegetables your dog can have as read more

Helpful Information on Bite Prevention

May 23, 2019 :: Posted by Tommy Terrier

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), more than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year in the United States. Children are the most likely to be injured and are most often bitten in the face. The majority of bites occur during routine activities and interactions with familiar dogs. Many dog bites read more

Military Dogs and Memorial Day

May 23, 2019 :: Posted by Tommy Terrier

This Memorial Day, while celebrating the men and women who have served the country bravely, let’s also take a moment to remember and honor a few of the many military dogs who have served alongside them. Sergeant Stubby The most decorated military dog of World War I and the only dog to be given the read more