We all love to create a list of personal and professional goals to work on in the New Year; save money, go to the gym, spend more time with family, apply for a promotion, donate to a charity. During your journey to improve yourself in 2018, why not try to make your pet’s life a little happier and healthier, too?
When winter snow and ice arrive many people use ice melter to prevent slips and falls. Did you know that most ice melters contain salt that can harm pets, children, and the environment? Before the winter weather hits, stock up on Safe Paw, the only pet safe ice melter on the market!
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Many dog owners live with the misconception that their pets are invincible in the winter: they believe their furry coats keep them warm and safe from the harsh effects of the winter months. Unless your dog is a Direwolf, pets feel the freezing temperatures and require proper care to stay safe.
Summer is officially over, but that doesn’t mean that pets don’t need protection from fleas and ticks. There is a common belief that fleas and ticks are exclusively a seasonal concern: they come out in the warmer weather and die off in the colder seasons. We look forward to those first frosts or snows that seem to send the little pests packing and give us a few months respite before they reappear.
Let's be honest, the monotony of the same old, same old kibble routine doesn’t provide enough of a variety to meet a dogs’ nutritional needs. Enter, rotational feeding. Rotational diets involve varying the menu on a periodic basis so dogs can broaden their palates and experience a wider range of nutrients and ingredients, giving them a full and balanced diet.
No matter how hard we try to keep our dogs on a strict, healthy diet—we’re all guilty of sharing our favorite foods with our furry friends. While their tummies can handle many of the same foods that we can, a few of humans’ favorite foods can contain hidden dangers for our four-legged friends.