Travelling with your dogs – long distance road trips
There are 5 main steps to preparing for your long-distance road trip:
1. Get the all-clear from your vet. Schedule a well-pet visit for any of the pets that you’ll be
taking on the road with you. If you’ll be travelling across the Canadian border, make sure you have
copies of your current rabies vaccination certificates. Make copies of any other vaccinations and
check with the places you’re staying to make sure your pets are up to date on any vaccinations
that they require.
Dog Facts: 7 Things You Might Not Know About Your Canine Companion
Canine Fact Number 1: When your dog chases his/her tail, he might need help from the vet.
A wide variety of reasons clarify why dogs chase their tail: exercise, predatory instinct, discomfort
or presence of fleas. Nevertheless, to talk with your vet is the safest and surest approach to get
the actual reason why your dog keeps chasing his/her tail.
Dogs and Babies: Tips for Introducing Your Pet to Your Newborn
When my husband and I were expecting our first child, part of our preparations included getting Chester
(our 6 year old hound dog) ready for the baby. We have all been told to bring something home from the
hospital with the baby’s scent on it but did you know there are other ways you can help prepare your dog
for their new little brother or sister?