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5 Tips to #PreventLostPets

As you probably know from our Pet Holiday calendar, July is Lost Pet Prevention Month. The topic of lost pets is one that’s very dear to me. My very first dog, Henry, was lost and never recovered… These days, I’m somewhat of a lost dog magnet. If there’s a lost dog in the area, he […]

Summer Pet Safety Tips #TuesdayMorning

There’s no question that summer and pets go hand in paw. Summer’s relaxed schedule is perfect for long, lazy days with your pet doing nothing at all or action-packed vacation days you’ll remember forever. Whether you’re staying at home this summer with your pets or taking to the road for a dog-friendly vacation, be sure […]

Infographic: Summer Pet Safety Tips

Summer is definitely a time of fun in the sun with our dogs — but it’s a time when there are doggie dangers to be aware of as well. Today we wanted to share this important infographic from ASPCA regarding dangers your dog faces during these summer months including: Fireworks & Thunderstorms: Loud noises like […]

Preparing for a Tropical Storm — Keeping Your Pets Safe

Well, just a few short weeks after the flooding in our area on Memorial Day weekend, we’re once again preparing for flooding rains tonight with the arrival of Tropical Storm Bill. The storm isn’t predicted to be too big in terms of wind damage (although we are under a tornado watch right now) but is […]

Keeping Your Dog Safe with Lighted Collar During Emergency Weather Situations

This post is sponsored by Canine Care Products. As you know from the news reports, this has been a long, long week in Central Texas. We spent much of last Saturday night up and listening to weather broadcasts and receiving tornado and flash flood warnings. In this part of the state, very few people have […]

10 Plants to Remove from Your Dog’s Yard

I have to admit that I love sago palms. I love the look of them and the tropical feel they give a yard. But we don’t have a sago palm — and we’ll never have a sago palm — because they’re deadly to dogs. One of many, many toxic plants you’ll find on the ASPCA […]

Does Your Dog Need a Life Jacket?

This post is sponsored by Canine Care Products. Swimming seems as easy and natural to a dog as, well, dog paddling, right? Wrong. Not all dogs can swim and, of those who can, not all are good swimmers. And even good swimmers can find themselves in situations that challenge their swimming abilities. Which Dogs Have […]

#Infographic: Identifying Treats and Toxins to Your Dog

Trick or treat may be a favorite Halloween cry — but making sure you select foods and treats that are safe for your dog rather than toxic is a year-around worry. Some foods that are perfectly safe for humans including onions, grapes, and chocolate are toxic to our dogs. With Easter just around the corner, […]

Should You Give Your Dog Marrow Bones?

Should you give your dog bones as a recreational chew? That’s definitely a bone of contention in the dog world! First, the easy answer: you should never give your dog cooked bones. The cooking process dehydrates the bones, making them far more likely to splinter and break. Splintered bones can puncture an organ and lead […]

What’s Your Winter Dog Walking Routine?

Are you surrounded by snow right now? There were hints that we might, MIGHT get a few flurries this morning but they didn’t materialize. (Sometimes I think that Texas weathercasters just like to bring out that snow icon…) So, while today’s temperatures are chilly by our standards, our dog walk went on as usual. But […]