Tips to Treating your Yard for Fleas
Is your family cat an indoor pet, outdoor pet or a combination of the two? For the most part, many family felines can claim being both an indoor and outdoor cat. If your cat spends any time outdoors, there is a good chance that they are bringing fleas into your home. It will not matter if you are diligent about treating your cat and the inside of your home for a flea infestation...
Jan 14, 2006, 15:48
Microchipping: What is it and how can it ensure that your pet is always yours?
Each year, more than 10 million pets are lost. It can easily happen, no matter how much we all try to prevent it. When your pet is lost and if they do not have a collar or their collar gets lost, it can be very difficult for them to find their way home. According to the American Humane Association, only about 17% of lost dogs and 2% of lost cats ever find their owners. Nearly 20 million pets are euthanized each year because their owners cannot be located. If your pet is microchipped, there is a much greater chance that they will return to you safely. Microchips will last for your pet’s lifetime as there are no moving parts and nothing to replace...
Jan 7, 2006, 06:47
Making your home puppy proof!
Puppies are super cute and so much fun to have around. They are filled with energy and curious about everything around them. It is your job as a responsible pet owner to puppy proof your house to make it safe from them and to protect your belongings...
Jan 7, 2006, 06:42
Did you just eat that? 10 things found in your home that can kill your dog
Dogs are very curious animals and as omnivores and natural scavengers, can get into and eat just about anything. However, there are many toxic substances found in your home that could potentially kill your dog. The following is a list of ten common household substances that you should make sure to keep out of your dog’s reach...
Jan 7, 2006, 06:06
Holiday Season Festivities Present a Host of Issues for Families with Dogs
Englewood, Colo. – Nov. 8, 2005 – With the festivities for the holidays fast approaching, everyone is scurrying about in preparation for celebration. Since this is the season to be merry, it should be a time for mirth and merriment for everyone – including the family dog. But the holidays present some annual dilemmas for our canine companions. Bark Busters, the world’s largest dog training company, today released suggestions to help dog owners ensure their pets stay safe during the holiday season. The guidelines are based on Bark Busters’ expertise in dog behavior and the experience of the company’s network of dog behavioral therapists who have successfully trained more than 250,000 dogs worldwide...
Nov 18, 2005, 08:18
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