Do you see a dog locked in a hot car? Are you afraid the dog is in danger or might die? Are you wondering what you can legally do to save it? Consider contacting the authorities and act fast!
Loose dogs can injure you, your children, and your pet. It is both legal and ethical to defend yourself from an aggressive dog, but how do you justify your actions to the angry dog's owner?
What would you do if you and your pet had to evacuate your home in the middle of an emergency? Would you have your pet's supplies ready to go on short notice? These tips will help you be prepared.
If you have to evacuate during a disaster, make sure you have your family pets' needs handled with a grab-and-go bag! Here are itemized lists for what to include for each of your pets.
If right at this exact moment you were forced to evacuate your home due to an emergency, would you be able to take your pets with you? A few minutes spent preparing now could save your pets later.
Animal-related injuries are common in the veterinary clinic. But what happens when someone gets bitten or scratched by a patient?
A collapsible water bowl is a great idea to make sure your dog has plenty of water wherever you go, whether it is your daily walk, a day trip, a car ride, a weekend or more extended holiday.
Learn about the diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment of ear mites in cats and dogs and read about related ear conditions. You'll also learn why home remedies might not be a good idea.
Dog walking should be a pleasure, not a chore. With the right preparation, you and your companion can stay healthy and safe, whatever the weather.
Prepare for the worst and hope for the best! Here are some tips for storm preparation for horse owners.
Advice from the SPCA on what you should do if you've run over a dog or other domestic animal with your car.