Young kids and puppies can go together like peanut butter and jelly. But, usually not without any preparation. With this guide, both will be happy campers.
Category: Puppy Safety
Getting a puppy is an exciting time for everyone involved, but it’s also a big responsibility. This guide to the first 6 months with your puppy will help.
Little dogs are tiny and adorable, but they come with a lot of big responsibilities. If you’re looking for a small breed, you need to know these things.
If your dog is sick & you are worried for his safety, you should always get him to the vet. These tips will help when your dog is feeling under the weather.
It’s terrifying to see a beloved pet choking, especially if you don’t know how to help them! Learn how to do the Heimlich maneuver for dogs and be prepared!
Everything is more fun with your best friend, including going swimming! Check out these safety tips for swimming with your dog.
Heat stroke in dogs is a scary concept. Knowing how to prevent it and the symptoms of heat stroke in dogs can help you protect your dog in the heat.
Giving a dog CPR? It might seem odd, but it is definitely possible and is a great skill that every dog owner should master in case of an emergency.
Some dogs, like their humans, love the snow – other pairs, not so much. With these tips, you and your pup can enjoy yourselves and stay safe on snowy days.
By making these small crafts, you can make your dog’s life happier and easier. Each craft will need some skill but is also simple and useful.
Holidays tend to bring more chocolate into your home. Here’s why chocolate is dangerous to your dog and what to consider if they do end up ingesting some.
Getting a puppy is exciting and caring for one is a one-of-a-kind experience. These are 10 basic needs of a puppy. Provide these and you’ll have a friend for life!