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  • Safe Tick Removal

    August 21, 2016

    If your dog likes to spend time outdoors, it is important to routinely check him for ticks. While tick repellants do help, they are not perfect. You should check your dog by running your fingers over his entire body, between his toes, under his armpits, in his ears, and around his face and chin. If you…


    Your Dog’s First Aid Kit

    Whether you’re taking your dog on a road trip, for a walk in the park, or just letting him play in the back yard, every dog owner knows the importance of the health and well-being of their dog. This is why it is handy to always have a dog-specific first aid kit to help in…


    Camping With Your Dog

    July 27, 2016

    Although it’s still hot outside, beach season is coming to an end. For us dog owners, that means finding a new place to go on a weekend getaway that’s fun for the whole family, including our four-legged pals. It’s time to trade in your beach umbrellas and SPF 50 for a tent and a campfire…


    Know Your Dog

    If you’ve read our latest newsletter, you’ve already had a brief introduction to our highlighted dog — the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. If you’re ready to learn more about this adorable lap dog named after Charles II of Britain, you’ve come to the right place! One of the best things about the Cavalier King Charles, aside…


    Sounds of Summer

    June 23, 2016

    Summer is here. That means there’s a lot more fun to be had with your dog; Playing outside, jumping in pools, going on the beach, and whatever else your four-legged friend loves to do with you. There are, however, two things that summer brings which can be tough on your dog– summer thunderstorms and 4th…


    Traveling With Your Pets

    June 14, 2016

    Well all love going on vacation or taking a trip to get away from it all. For us dog lovers, we want to bring our pets everywhere with us–even on vacation. While this can be a challenging feat to pull off, it is worth the effort. Before your trip, it might be a good idea to…


    Summer Snacking

    June 6, 2016

    Summer is right around the corner, and that means fresh, juicy fruits are in season and in abundance. While we enjoy more fruit this summer, a lot of us will want to share with our dogs. It is important, though, to know which fruits are dog-friendly and which are a no-no. A big summer favorite,…


    Heatstroke in Dogs

    May 30, 2016

    This nice weather is the perfect time for us to get out more with our four-legged friends and have some fun. One of the big risks of being outdoors during the summer, though, is heatstroke.  Dogs do not have the same self-cooling abilities as humans and so they overheat much easier. Dogs cool themselves by panting. Breeds…


    Indoor Activities for Cold, Wet Days

    February 6, 2016

    During the recent cold, bad weather, we found some fun activities for our dog when he couldn’t play outside or go for walks. Our dogs love their food toys. We give meals in these, they love to hunt for their food, it provides mental stimulation, prevents gulping of food, and can be given while you are…


    Keeping Your Children Safe Around Dogs

    January 27, 2016

    Things You Should Not Do & Things To Do Instead Following these do’s and don’t’s will help to keep your children safe around dogs and prevent dog bites. Do Not Do Hug a dog, put your face close to his, or lie on him Sit beside your dog, rub his chest, or scratch him on…