Pet identification tags are worn on many pets’ collars. As I look at the 4 tags that are on my American Eskimo Gusto’s collar, I wonder if he should be wearing so many pet identification tags that serve basically the same purpose…identification. Continue reading “Pet Identification Tags: Benefits/Dangers”
National Puppy Day is celebrated on March 23 and has been since 2006! There are many ways to celebrate and we would like to share those ways with you. Continue reading “National Puppy Day: A Time For Celebration!”
A Brief History of Dog Parks
The dog park craze started in 1979 with the opening of the first off-leash dog park called Ohlone Dog Park in Berkeley, California. It is recognized as one of the top ten dog parks in the country.
Since then, according to The Trust For Public Land, dog parks are leading the growth in the city parks in the United States. In 2015, the number of off-leash dog parks grew 6% …which is a 20% increase in the last 5 years. Continue reading “7 Tips For Your Puppy’s Visits To The Local Dog Park”
Cancer in pets seems to be on the rise…
You can protect your pet from cancer…
It’s not difficult. However, no matter what measures you take, they do not guarantee that your pet won’t eventually get cancer. Why? Because once your pet hits 10 years of age, he has a 50% chance of dying from cancer. Continue reading “Protect Your Pet From Cancer: Follow These 7 Simple Tips”