Archive | Small Dog Safety

20 June 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Dangers That Threaten Dogs on the Hiking Trail

Dangers That Threaten Dogs on the Hiking Trail

Are you ready to go for a hike with your canine companion? Dr. Sarah Wooten from vetstreet.com has some advice about the most common hiking dangers you and your dog are likely to encounter.  

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17 April 2017 ~ 0 Comments

5 Things to Remember When You Are Traveling With Your Small Dog

5 Things to Remember When You Are Traveling With Your Small Dog

More and more people are traveling with their pets these days. The trend is increasing in the recent years. With these you can find a lot more pet friendly hotel and restaurants which accommodate your fluffy friends. So if you are going on a trip with your small dog, here are five things to remember […]

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06 April 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Why You Need to Have Your Small Dog’s Microchip Up-to-date at All Times

Noodle, a 6-year-old, 10-pound miniature pinscher, was separated from his owner when she had a medical emergency while traveling in Pasadena. Because the information on his microchip was not up to date, it took months for Noodle to be reunited with his original owner. Read the full story here Here are some things to consider […]

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02 January 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Your Biodegradable Poop Bags Are Harming the Environment

Did you know your dog poop bags are harming the environment?

Choosing to bag your dogs poop in biodegradable bag is absolutely the green choice. Biodegradable poop bags will perform as promised in the right condition. However, if your dumping your biodegradable dog poop bag into a regular trash, it defeats the purpose. So the issue isn’t one of wrapping — choose the green bags — […]

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06 December 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Solutions To Travel Safely With Dogs

Solutions To Travel Safely With Pets

There are several Dangers Of Unrestrained Pets while traveling. Number of products are available that provide great options for keeping your pet safe while traveling. FidoRido® from Fido Pet Products A 3-in-1 booster seat and restraint system that can also be used as a pet bed and bath tub for dogs up to 30 lbs. […]

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04 December 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Dangers Of Unrestrained Pets When Traveling During the Holidays

Dangers Of Unrestrained Pets When Traveling During the Holidays

There are 78 million dogs in the U.S. and each year, more and more pets are traveling with their owners during the holidays and winter months. The vast majority of pets traveling with their owners are unrestrained. An unrestrained dog in a car can be serious distraction. A dog sitting in the front seat can […]

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30 November 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Safely Biking With Your Dog: Springer Dog Exerciser

Safely Biking With Your Dog with Springer Dog Exerciser

Biking with your dog is not the safest thing to do and it can put both you and your dog in danger. The Springer Leash bike attachment allows you to safely bike with your dog with its innovative tool. This device has a heavy-duty steel spring situated low on the arm to absorb up to 90% of […]

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07 July 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Help Your Small Dog Transition With Your Next Move

“What is this new place? I’m not too sure about it. Woof!” This summer many households will be relocating whether this may be for a new job, retirement, or college. Here is how to help your small dog transition with your next move. With these tips you will help them adapt well to their new […]

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04 July 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Leave Your Dog at Home this Fourth of July

Do you have a small dog who is afraid of loud noises? Getting them into a calm state of mind during times like the Fourth of July celebration can be a bit of a challenge if they have anxiety. With these safety tips you can help them get through the loud noises. Today’s video will […]

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29 June 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Four Ways to Keep Your Small Dog Safe on July 4th

“These loud sounds scare me. Woof!” As we enter into another American holiday tradition our pets are completely unaware of our fun festivities. The loud noises and booming sounds may even scare them into running away. Here are four ways to keep your small dog safe on July 4th, which will help the both of […]

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