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Summer Pet Safety Tips

Summer Pet Safety Tips

1. Never, ever, EVER leave your dog in a hot car! 🚗🔥 Okay, you’ve probably heard this one before, but it’s so important that we still decided to list it first. It can take minutes – yes, MINUTES – for your furry friend to develop heat stroke and suffocate in a car....
Save the Tomato Juice for Your Bloody Mary

Save the Tomato Juice for Your Bloody Mary

So your dog mistook the skunk for the cat, hugh?! Save your tomato juice for a cocktail afterward. Here’s a simple solution that most of us already have the ingredients in our cabinets to de-skunk your dog. Skunk spray can be very irritating to dogs. If you notice...
5-Second Trick to Tell If It’s Too Hot to Walk Your Dog

5-Second Trick to Tell If It’s Too Hot to Walk Your Dog

  When is it too hot to walk your dog outside? A roasting hot pavement can be unpleasant and dangerous, causing pain and damage to their paw-pads. Pavement, asphalt, wood and other surfaces absorb heat from the sun and can stay hot for hours. The easiest way to...
Scratch, Scratch and More Scratching!

Scratch, Scratch and More Scratching!

Itchy eyes, runny nose, discomfort…ALLERGIES! Just like humans, dogs can experience seasonal allergies. While your dogs can’t tell you what’s wrong with them, here are a few signs that may indicate your dog could have allergies. If your dog experiences any of these...
Protect Your Dog’s Skin

Protect Your Dog’s Skin

Just like us humans, we use sunblock to protect ourselves from harmful UV rays and to reduce this risk of developing skin cancer. Skin cancer is common in dogs and is highly preventable. Don’t be afraid to put sunblock on your dog where they have less hair coverage....