It’s been a long day and you’re sitting down to enjoy a nice meal, and you feel someone staring at you. You may even hear some soft whimpering. It’s the dog. We all know this feeling, and the urge to give in to those adorable puppy dog eyes. If your dog is driving you crazy with his begging for food, there are some things you can do to correct this behaviour.
If you’re a pet owner, it’s likely you consider your animal companion an important part of your family. As with any family member, making sure they’re happy and healthy is probably of great importance to you.
With the holiday coming up, we can surely expect to see, or at least hear some fireworks. We may enjoy a good fireworks show, but our pets are often left scared, anxious, and hiding under the bed or in the closet. Here are some tips for keeping your pet safe and sound during firework season:
Your voice will help urge the Canadian government to make the necessary legislative changes that would allow veterinarians access to safe and effective products for pets. Get involved and let our government know that this issue is important to you, with three simple steps:
June is National Pet Preparedness Month and a great time to go over some tips to make sure you and your pet are prepared for an emergency. While summer can bring beautiful weather to enjoy with your pet, it’s also the time we see disasters such as flooding, wildfires, and tornadoes. Taking the time to create a disaster plan for you and your pet can prove to be life saving. Here are a few tips for ensuring you’re prepared: