National Pet Fire Safety Day is on July 15! Household fires can threaten your pet’s safety. Do you know what you can do to protect your pet from this kind of event?
Keep Your Pet Safe This Thanksgiving For most, Thanksgiving means family gatherings with an abundance of delicious food for everyone. And even though we want to include our dogs in the celebrations, some of our holiday food is not safe for them. Even when we aren’t trying to include them — the smells coming from the […]
When the calendar page flips to October, count on a chill in the air, leaves changing from red to amber, and hot soups and football games. The tenth month of the year also signals the end of the harvest season, the beginning of the holiday festivities, and, on October 31, the magical night of Halloween. […]
Spring Pet Safety Tips As our Michigan weather warms up (finally!), a new set of challenges to pet safety emerge. Here are a few things to keep an eye out for: Fleas, ticks and other bugs – as the ground defrosts, particularly in sandy soil, flea & tick eggs will start to hatch. Now might […]
Winter Pet Safety Tips It’s been a mild winter so far, but there’s still plenty of time left for temps to plummet and snow and ice to strike. Pet safety during winter involves some common sense considerations that you’ve probably already thought of, but some sneaky hazards that you might not think of. On the […]
Chow Hound Pet Supplies Donates Animal Comfort Kits to Help Ensure Pet Safety DISASTERS IMPACT PETS AND THEIR WELL-BEING: Chow Hound Pet Supplies Donates Animal Comfort Kits to Help Ensure Pet Safety GRAND RAPIDS, MI: August 8, 2016 – About every eight minutes the American Red Cross responds to a disaster, the majority of these […]
Keep Your Pets Safe and Happy During the Holidays The holidays can be full of activity, fun, family and friends – great for us humans, but the disruption to routines is sometimes unsettling – and dangerous – for our pets. Keep your holidays happy by taking a few precautions to keep your pets safe and […]
Halloween is filled with fun, thrills and chills – and it can be a fright-fest for pets as well. The very things that make Halloween fun for us – treats, new sights and smells, strangers at the door – are the things that can be anxiety-producing and even dangerous for our pets. Take a little […]