We’re leaving on our Winter Dog Trip 2015 really soon …
… but my preparations are stalled because of a couple travel worries.
What happens to my dogs if something happens to me such that I can’t be their advocate?
I want a mobile “In Case of Emergency — Rescue My Dogs” sign.
An ID bracelet! BAM It lists emergency contacts who will prioritize the dogs’ welfare.
Have you heard that it’s illegal in some States to leave pets alone in cars?
My dog Zoe has epilepsy. This is a story of how I handled Zoe’s seizures and progressed past the diagnosis of epilepsy.
This blog post is part of the Caring for Critters Round Robin, a series of pet blogger personal accounts on pet health issues written in the hopes of helping others. The Round Robin stories are linked together in a daily chain of blog posts.
This is a story about Hip Dysplasia. It stars two hip surgeries for my dog, and a new back-bone for me.
This post is a link in Caring for Critters Round Robin, a series of pet blogger personal accounts on pet health issues. We hope these stories help people faced with the difficult pet health decisions.
I checked my dogs’ microchips and discovered they had bad information!
Some dogs have a hard time jumping into cars, but are too heavy to pick up. Is there a good way to lift dogs into cars without hurting them or ourselves?
The cost of a dog food can be a deciding factor as to whether or not to buy it, but it’s hard to compare different types of foods. After all, the cost of a 10 pound bag of dry food is not necessarily comparable to the cost of 10 pounds of canned or 10 pounds of raw because dog don’t necessary need the same weight of each type.
So how can we compare based on price?
Good quality ingredients in dog food is important for dogs’ health. It’s a good idea to double-check the ingredients in your dog food.