Ramping Up for Puppy Bowl XI 2015

It’s that time of year again. If you aren’t a huge Super Bowl fan, then this is the season of the Puppy Bowl! Officially starting at 3 PM EST on February 1, 2015, it seems that the Puppy Bowl popularity has increased so much that you can find lots of fun pre-game activities and events before the big day.

Fall Flea & Tick Treatments – It’s Not Over Yet!

Would you be surprised to hear that fall is one of the worst seasons for fleas and ticks? In fact, fleas hit their peak infestation in late summer AND fall, while ticks are active in the early spring to early summer AND all fall. Don’t be fooled by that cool autumn air – fleas and ticks will still hitchhike their way into your house during the fall!

Dog Halloween Dangers

Halloween is supposed to be a fun night for everyone to enjoy. While you may think mainly of kids dressed in cute costumes and handing out candy on Halloween night, you should also think of some of the dangers the night poses to your furry friend. Thinking ahead to Halloween dangers will help prevent your dog from getting into some trouble on Halloween night.

Allergies Among Canines

We all know humans often suffer from seasonal allergies, and we are, unfortunately, quite familiar with all the misery those allergies can bring! Likewise, our canine companions can be miserable from similar seasonal allergies, as well as have allergic reactions from certain types of foods, pests, and other irritants. It’s important to know the symptoms of these various allergies and the best treatment options available.

10 Tips for Housebreaking Your Pup

Puppies are adorable and a welcome addition to any home with caring, responsible owners. One behavior that is NOT so adorable, however, is the inevitable “pee and poo” accidents on your floor before your pup is housebroken. It’s essential for puppies to learn that elimination just anywhere they choose inside the house is not acceptable to you.

Help Your Dog Beat the Summer Heat

Dogs and hot weather do not always go together. Sometimes, dogs just get really hot. Other times, dogs end up with heatstroke. Heatstroke is fairly common among dogs during hot weather. Unfortunately, if your dog gets heatstroke, it is always dangerous.