So, you’re out with your dog and you’re suddenly faced with a dilemma. A moving dilemma. A moving escalator! Question is, do you decide to take the escalator or the stairs? Let’s have a look and see what is the best option for you and your dog and what steps can be taken to keep your dog safe.
Summer is coming and we are all looking forward to enjoying some time outdoors. You may be starting to consider “How can I make my garden safe for pets?”, especially if you’ve recently welcomed a new pet into the family. So, let’s take a look at some potential garden hazards.
If your rabbit is going to be neutered it is natural to wonder how safe the procedure really is. Most vets routinely perform surgery on rabbits just like they do for dogs and cats so if your pet rabbit is reasonably young and healthy the neutering procedure can generally be carried out quite safely.
Kibble is the most common type of food found in the cupboards of homes with cats and dogs. It’s easy to see why it’s a favorite in pet-owning households; it is relatively inexpensive, easy to serve, and it has a long shelf life. Despite its popularity, how can we be sure that the kibble we are feeding is safe? Are alternative types of diets safer to feed instead?
Many people are quick to judge when someone surrenders their dog to a shelter. But giving up a dog is not an easy decision, and most people have a good reason for doing so. A 17-year-old boy did the right thing when he brought his furry friend to the shelter. The boy is currently homeless, … Read more