Many people know that chocolate is toxic to dogs, but are you aware of other common household items that could pose even graver dangers to your dog? Many items around the house can be dangerous to dogs, and some are items one might not think about as a threat. Check this list to make sure you are keeping your dog safe!
We adore our dogs, and one of our favorite ways to demonstrate that love to them is through the food they love. Couple that with the fact that many dogs are experts at looking pitifully hungry, and one can start to understand why over 40% of dogs in the U.S. are either overweight or obese. There are several factors that contribute to this high number, but one primary question to resolve first is how much should I feed my dog?
Never again will dogs have to wait, panting at the door, for mom to put
her lipstick on and find her darned purse. Dogs in Las Vegas and Carson
City are overjoyed at the prospect of taking the new Google autonomous
car to the dog park from now on!
NBC has apparently decided to join the booming pet business by scheduling a pet-centered comedy, Animal Practice,
for the Fall. Perhaps the boom in pet spending augers success for
serial pet comedies; it would if the comedians were animals!
.... Purchasing the license plate is a worthy cause, don't get me wrong, but
it's not going to save many lives in the state's shelters, unless
people want to adopt pets prior to their shelter 'deadlines.'
An online survey taken at the end of April 2012 revealed that pet owners
are spending more than ever on their pets, even though they may be
restricting spending on themselves. This is great news for pet-related
businesses, to be sure. Here are some surprising trends revealed by the
survey, conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of CouponCabin.
Animal communication is one of the most non-traditional ways of solving
your pet's behavior problems, never-mind resolving illnesses, but people
who have worked successfully with a pet 'telepathist,' swear by it, and
some end up going into the field themselves. That's how it started for
Deborah Poynter, Animal Communicator and Healer.