Emergencies happen when you least expect them. Take the time to prepare now so your pet sitter AND your vet will know how to handle an emergency, in the event that you’re out of town and your dog needs help.
Injuries And Emergencies
Dog owners take the health of their pets very seriously but sometimes injuries and emergencies do occur. Did you know that vet visits are the most expensive aspect of owning a dog? Here you'll find everything you need to know about pet injuries and emergency including info on pet insurance, surgeries, and other emergencies and concerns.
I recently heard about a group of medical researchers who have banded together in an effort to cure canine cancer. It’s called the National Canine Cancer Foundation. Here’s why I applaud their efforts…
Have you ever tried to crate train an adult dog? Here’s how we turned our rebellious 3-year-old Black Lab/Golden Retriever mix from a crate-hating dog into a peaceful and happy crate-loving dog once and for all…
What should you do when an overly protective older dog goes too far in his role as Alpha dog? Sometimes the leader of the pack needs to learn a few things himself!
What follows is the somewhat interesting… somewhat comical… and somewhat informative story of Destin’s anything-but-routine neutering. Or, what we like to call ‘Destin’s Double Ballsectomy’.