Tag: safety

Pet Safety Rules For The 4th Of July

It's true, July 5th is the busiest day of the year for pet shelters.  Fireworks, food at BBQs, and simple lack of attention cause more pets ot be injured on this day than any other.  A few basic rules can help save your pet from injury or worse.  Here is a quick, 1 page printout to use at your next BBQ, party, event, beach bonfire, or other Summer season gathering.  Share it with your guests so they can help keep their and your pets safe too. Our Free Poster is a PDF file that will download or open in a[...]

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New Puppy Tips

  New Puppy Tips Making the decision to purchase or adopt a new four-legged friend can be equal parts exciting and overwhelming. Bringing an animal companion into your life is extremely meaningful, but the process of training a puppy and acclimating it to your home can be a bit of a challenge. Prior to bringing your new companion home, research the supplies, equipment, tools, and treats you'll need to make sure your home is ready for the time and energy a puppy can demand. With the right preparation, a little patience, and a lot of love, it's possible to help any[...]

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Swimming Safety Tips For Dogs

Click To Tweet "The Best Swimming Safety Tips For Dogs" We all just assume that dogs can swim, after all they have descended from wild animals right?  While a swimming instinct is built in to most modern breeds, swimming both in a pool and beach does pose a threat to our lovable furry family members.  Especially if proper precautions are not taken. Here are some quick tips on how to keep your dogs safe around the water this Summer, but also warning signs to watch out for after they go for a swim Dogs DO need to learn to swim.[...]

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How To Keep Your Dog Safe In The Heat

Click To Tweet "How To Help Your Dog Beat The Heat This Summer" Is it getting hot in here or is it just me?  If it is too hot outside for you, then it's hot for you dogs too.  This is especially true for short nose breeds, as well as those with double coats.  But really it is true for any breed of dog.  Here are some quick tips on how to keep your dogs safe and comfortable this Summer. DO NOT EVER leave your dog in an unattended car.  No matter how short of a time you think you'll[...]

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