Pets can be easily injured in summers from such elements like heat and insects. To stay prepared and aware of these injuries, check out this nifty infographic for more information.
I have an active, young Weimaraner whose parents and grandparents are working, competitive hunting dogs.
While my guy is very much a beginner when it comes to field training (and so am I), I’ve learned about some of the important safety tips for training a hunting dog. Please list your own tips or tricks in the comments below. We’d also love to see a picture of your hunting dog!
Sometimes it’s hard to know what kind of collar would be best for your dog, especially if you’ve recently adopted the dog.
The martingale collar is a good choice for a variety of dogs because it gives you a little more control than a regular collar. Plus, it has some safety benefits. It’s my go-to collar for when I’m fostering a dog.
This post goes over some of the details on why I like using martingale collars.
Hooray! Spring is here! You know what that means. It is finally nice enough to leave the jacket at home, take your dog for long walks until the sun sets and start planting your garden.
If you are thinking of testing out your green thumb, it’s important to remember the family pets before you introduce new plants to your yard or home.
Adding some green to our living landscape has many benefits to us humans and our environment. Plants clean our air, make medicine, and brighten up our surroundings. However, the impact of flowers and plants on our families does not stop there. Many gardeners’ favorites can be harmful to our furry best friends. [Read more…]
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