Archives for Dog Safety

Lost Dog Alert. What Would You Do First?

A lost dog is every dog owners nightmare. The American Humane Association estimates that over 10 million dogs and cats will be lost or stolen in the U.S. EVERY year. 1 in 3 pets will become lost at some point during their life.
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How a Dog Seat Belt Can Save Your Dogs Life

  A Dog Seat Belt Is Not A Mere Accessory!   The THREE critical safety benefits for your dog in a moving car are met simply and inexpensively with a dog seat belt. So why do 98% of dog owners ignore the safety of their dog? Is it as simple as spelling it out? We hope so because currently unrestrained dogs in cars cause over 30,000 car accidents in the U.S.   Dog Car Seats and Accessories Most of these come in a range of sizes
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The Best Dog Food Will Help Your Dog Thrive

tbest dog food How do you make the decision of what is the best dog food for your dog? The sheer amount of food choices available leave most dog owners confused and more than a little frustrated. Many dog owners use one or more of these sources in their decision-making. Do you? Dog food marketing ads. Your budget and what you can afford. Internet forums. Your personal beliefs and philosophies. A friend’s advice. Your dog’s preference. Availability. The internet. Your
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Dog Safety Tips for the Holidays (And Every Day!)

Who is Responsible for Dog Safety During the Holidays?   This is the time of year we fill our homes with holiday spirit. We surround ourselves with festive decorations, prepare delicious food and entertain our family and friends. There’s glitter and lights and alcohol and noise and pretty presents so what could possibly go wrong? In all the activities and distractions of the holiday season we may be exposing our dogs to hazards that we haven’t even considered as they
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Don’t Make These Mistakes When Selecting a Dog Bed

The right DIY Dog Bed could influence your dog to stay in his dog bed through the night. image source Your dog’s sleeping patterns can be interrupted for a variety of reasons so you will need to find out why and fix the cause so that your dog gets adequate rest. If your dog’s sleeping problems have developed recently then it could be either a medical or behavior problem that is causing the disturbance. A visit to the vet can eliminate any concerns
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Dogs and Babies: Life’s Cutest Moments

dogs and babies   Will Your Dog Survive With a New Baby in the House? There’s a lot of excitement associated with bringing your new baby home.  For you and the other humans in the house at least. But what does your dog think about this unexpected new small, noisy and probably smelly human entering their territory? Let’s take a look at it from your dog’s perspective so that we can think ahead and make sure everyone in the house
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4 Fearsome Features of the Most Dangerous Dogs (And What You Do About Them)

  The most dangerous dogs are fearsome indeed, but what makes them so dangerous? And what do you need to do about it? Clearly you don’t want that adorable puppy to turn into a monster. Understand the factors that make a dog dangerous and you’re well on the way to avoiding disaster.   What Makes The Most Dangerous Dogs? All dangerous dogs are the sum of their parts, and the most obvious factor is the strength of their bite. If you
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What They Don’t Want You To Know About The Dog Bark Collar

The Bark Collar. Hmmm. If you’re a fan of these dog punishment devices, get ready to disagree. As far as we’re concerned, they are only for those who bully and for people who don’t know any better.   The more we researched, the more annoyed we became about dog bark collars of any description. You can call them electric dog collars, shock collars, anti-barking collars, or those other words designed to make them seem friendly like ‘dog training collar’. Call them
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Here’s How To Get the Best Dog For Kids

Most Dogs Are Potentially One of The Best Dogs For Kids   The Number 1 Rule The Number 1 Rule is that it is the responsibility of parents to train the dog to accept that the dog is not the pack leader. The dog’s position within the family is merely as one of the pack and that role will dictate how a dog will behave in most circumstances.       Child Safety But that’s not all that is involved; parents
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