Monthly Archives: May 2016

Pros and Cons: Indoor Cats vs Outdoor Cats

2016-05-30T12:02:30+00:00

Adopting a new cat or kitten can sometimes be an impulsive decision, but when deciding to take on the responsibility of a new furry friend, one must first determine whether they are prepared to provide their cat with everything they will need.  This includes not only the cat’s toys, food, and healthcare, but also their

Pros and Cons: Indoor Cats vs Outdoor Cats2016-05-30T12:02:30+00:00

5 Breeds That Make the Best Farm Dogs

2016-05-23T12:04:06+00:00

It is difficult to imagine that any dog could possibly dislike farm life.  However, the fact that all dogs enjoy some time to explore the outdoors on a regular basis does not automatically make them all perfectly suited to farm life.  Some dog breeds prefer basic outdoor exercise and lots of lap and cuddle time

5 Breeds That Make the Best Farm Dogs2016-05-23T12:04:06+00:00

National Dog Bite Prevention Week: Learn More About Prevention Efforts

2016-05-16T13:12:17+00:00

It is estimated that there are roughly seventy million pet dogs in America, and while most owners would vehemently deny that their friendly, well-mannered dog would ever bite a human being, the fact remains that any dog can bite in certain circumstances.  It is the intention of National Dog Bite Prevention Week, held during the

National Dog Bite Prevention Week: Learn More About Prevention Efforts2016-05-16T13:12:17+00:00

5 Steps to Protect Your Dog From Heatstroke

2016-05-09T13:02:02+00:00

Few dog owners understand just how dangerous hot summer weather can be for their dogs, how quickly a dog can fall into suffering from heatstroke, and how dangerous heatstroke can be.  A healthy dog’s normal body temperature is usually between 100 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit, but when heatstroke occurs their internal temperature can rise to

5 Steps to Protect Your Dog From Heatstroke2016-05-09T13:02:02+00:00

Summer Lake Swimming for Dogs: 6 Precautions to Take

2016-05-03T08:00:03+00:00

During the cold winter months, many dog owners prefer to spend time with their furry companion indoors and only take the absolutely mandatory, short trips outside. This makes the summer months all the more wonderful and exciting--it’s a perfect time for dog and owner together to enjoy warm, pleasant weather and swimming outdoors at the

Summer Lake Swimming for Dogs: 6 Precautions to Take2016-05-03T08:00:03+00:00