Advertisements Onions and Garlic Onions and garlic are a part of the Allium family (including chives and leeks, too) and can be fatal to dogs. They can cause anemia by killing red blood cells, and the symptoms sometimes take time … Continue reading Don’t Let Your Dog Eat That!
Advertisements A pet microchip is inserted beneath the skin between the shoulder blades using a hypodermic needle, and it does not require anesthesia or a vet stay. About the size of a grain of rice, the pet microchip contains a … Continue reading Microchipping Your Dog
Advertisements Types Standard/Flat: The most common type of collar, these are flat strips of fabric that connect usually with a metal or plastic buckle. They come in Nylon or leather and are considered one of the safest types for all … Continue reading Types of Dog Collars
Advertisements As humans, we understand the importance of brushing twice a day and visiting the dentist twice a year for checkups. We also floss, use mouth wash, and occasionally pop breath mints. Our oral health depends on our hygiene habits. … Continue reading Canine Dental Health
Advertisements Car rides are an unavoidable part of owning a dog. You have to take your dog to the vet, drive to the dog park, and be able to herd your dog into the car at a moment’s notice. … Continue reading Car Rides with a Dog