Winter can be a challenging season for dog owners. Read on for some tips to make your dog's outdoor time this season as enjoyable as it can be.
We recently attended a memorial day for Michigan's war dogs this past April. Hosted at the War Dog Memorial in Milford, the event was well attended, emotional, and a beautiful tribute to those K-9's that help to keep our way of life secure.
The summer months usually see the most outdoor activity of the year for both ourselves and our dogs. Your dog will look out for you, but you need to look out for him as well.
If you are an avid camper, it is natural that you would want to take your dog with you, though extra planning and precautions are needed.
National Dog Bite Prevention Week is May 15-21st! Take care not be among the nearly 1 million Americans who require medical attention for dog bite wounds every year.
As the warmer weather of spring brings the outdoors back to life with flowers and animals, the parasites that feed on those animals also make their presence known. Unfortunately, these parasites are numerous and would love to make your pet their new home. The good news is that parasites and their ill effects can be combated and treated and in many cases are preventable.
While you're out buying your sweetie that box of chocolates and flowers, remember your pet could use some lovin' this time of year as well! Poor dental health not only affects the mouth but can lead to health problems throughout the entire body.
This past Sunday we experienced our second big snowfall of the winter. Twenty degree temperatures and freezing winds prompt winter dog related questions.
Did you know your holiday décor could pose threats to your pet’s health and well-being? Here are some things to be aware of when making your home festive.
As the colder weather and temperatures return, the native rodents consider moving into our homes, and we consider the various ways to deal with them. But before you use a rodenticide, consider the other animals it may affect.