Dog Safety

Halloween Tips

Dog Health, Dog Ownership, Dog Safety

Halloween Tips

Monsters and Zombies and Ghouls, Oh My!  Fall is finally here!  Who can resist the fun scarves, warm campfires, and charming witch décor?  Even my dogs love fall!  I’m not sure what they like more… rolling in the crunchy leaves, sniffing the crisp air, or the extra puppuccinos they get [.

Dog Adoption Tips

Dog Adoption, Dog Health, Dog Ownership, Dog Safety

Dog Adoption Tips

October is National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month!  Here are some tips for what to do before adopting a dog! Start a Conversation Before bringing your new dog home, be sure to talk to the entire family about what their goals and expectations are.

National Check the Chip Day is August 15th

Dog Health, Dog Ownership, Dog Safety

National Check the Chip Day is August 15th

Is your dog or cat microchipped?  When was the last time you updated their microchip information?  Today is National Check the Chip Day!  A friendly reminder to all dog and cat owners to have their companions microchipped or to have their chip information updated! What to Do: Talk to your [.

Things to Know About Dogs and Heat Stroke

Dog Health, Dog Safety

Things to Know About Dogs and Heat Stroke

Summer?  Is that you?  It’s been a cold and rainy spring in the Midwest, but recent warm temperatures mean that summer is finally on its way!  With heatwaves and weather changes approaching, it’s important to remember how this can make outdoor adventures more hazardous for us and our pets.

Things to Know About Dogs and Water Intoxication

Dog Health, Dog Ownership, Dog Safety

Things to Know About Dogs and Water Intoxication

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 backyard?  If so, you should be aware of water intoxication.

Preparing your dog for July 4th

Dog Behavior, Dog Health, Dog Safety

Preparing your dog for July 4th

Summer Solstice marks the true beginning of summer, meaning that peak daylight is finally here, and the Fourth of July is just around the corner! As many of us know, fireworks season can be a difficult time for dogs.