Tweet Here’s the skinny: Healthier pets are better travelers. Getting your pet in shape to travel will require lots of lead time so start changing feeding habits early on. A shocking report was recently issued by Pet Obesity Provention states … Continue reading
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Whether you are planning a short trip across town or a long trip around the world with your pet, there are certain precautions that need to be taken first, especially if your traveling companion is older. Unlike a puppy or kitten who have an endless supply of energy, older dogs and cats tend to slow down and need extra care and health check-ups. If you are planning to travel with an older pet in the near future, here are some tips to help you along the way.
Most of us will see it time to time; a dog traveling unrestrained in the back of a pickup truck. At first glance, the pooch looks like they are having the time of their life, but who’s looking after their safety?
Labor Day is almost here and what better way to spend your last summer party than with your pooch? Good food, friends and fun are all essential for Labor Day celebrations, but is your dog prepared for the festivities? Here is a list of dangers for your dog to avoid this Labor Day to ensure he/she stays healthy and happy all weekend long.
Thinking about hitting the road with your pet in an RV? No reason why the trip cannot be fun with a little planning for your pet.