By Tony Johnson
Dehydration creeps up stealthily, like a slow-moving brush fire that suddenly blossoms into a major blaze, causing major problems. Dehydration, like fire, is best fought with water. Lots of water. And it’s best to apply that water before a physical crisis engulfs your cat or dog and you are...
By Justin Young
Independence Day is nearly here. Americans will celebrate the day in many ways. Some will spend the day at the lake or on the beach. Others will invite their friends and family over for a summer feast cooked on the grill. After the sun goes down, many people will gather outside to admire the fireworks that light up the night sky. While humans will enjoy the sights, our canine friends may become stressed out and fearful. Here are some ways you can prepare for the Independence Day fireworks with your pet.
With the holidays approaching and visitors making holiday plans to come over, you might be worried about guests dropping food on the floor or leaving doors open. While your pets are practicing their best hungry faces for begging, you can prepare for holiday traffic by printing this handy list of guest guidelines for your dog or cat. Fill it out with info guests should know about your pet. Send a copy to relatives who you'll be visiting, too.