Do you know the best way to remove a tick? I do. I do it all the time. I’ve removed DOZENS of ticks from myself, my husband, and my dogs! I’ll show you — from my own experience using tweezers and videos from others showing easy ways to remove ticks without tweezers. Do you know which ticks carry Lyme Disease? I’ll tell you — so you’ll know which ones to look for where you live and exactly what they look like.
Ah... the great outdoors offers such beauty and some fun activities for you and your dog. It also presents some wildlife issues you need to be aware of like how to get rid of skunk smell if he gets skunked, what to do if he eats a poisonous frog, and tips for keeping wildlife out of your home.
It has happened again!… Our dog discovered a rabbit hole in our backyard and his attention could not be diverted away from the bunnies until the last one left the nest. Here are photos of dogs and bunnies.
If you live in Arizona, Florida, or parts of California and you have a dog… listen up! Dog frog poisoning is a reality. Here are the toads to watch for and what to do if your dog comes in contact with a poisonous toad.
Has your dog been skunked and not sure how to get out the smell? Here is a tip on how to get the smell out of your dog. Plus other wildlife that may get your dogs attention.
How do you know Spring has arrived?… Your dog takes an unusual interest in the clothes dryer. At least that’s how it works in OUR home. Each spring, the birds build their nests inside our dryer vent… and our dog just won’t stand for that!
Check out this picture of a ferocious dog pack attacking a defenseless aligator!
I’ve often wondered what we should do, on those rare occasions when your dog actually catches — but doesn’t kill — some form of wildlife. In our case recently, it was a couple of baby bunny rabbits. Here’s what I learned… and what we did.
Here are some interesting one-on-one confrontations that have occurred between our dogs and wild animals, and what you should do if your dog has a run in with wildlife.
Here’s a silly story about two dogs who organized their own Easter Egg Hunt… complete with real-life bunnies and chocolate Easter eggs hidden in the grass. In other words… how two dogs terrorized a family of rabbits in our backyard and munched on rabbit poo for a week!