Dog First Aid Kit: What Should You Include?

Dog with a sweater and thermostat in mouth (Caption: Guide To Making a First Aid Kit For Your Dog)

You’re hiking along with your dog when suddenly she trips over a rock and starts limping. What do you do? When hiking and camping, you probably bring a first aid kit for humans, but don’t forget to be equally prepared for your furry friend. Learn some of the most common injuries for dogs and what to include in your dog emergency kit, so you are prepared to help.

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CPR For Dogs: A Step-By-Step Guide To Saving Your Dog’s Life

CPR for Dogs

Seeing your dog in a life-threatening situation can be a frightening and stressful experience, especially if the dog is unresponsive. Equipping yourself with the knowledge to effectively recognize and take action treating your dog’s condition can keep you calm and greatly increase your dog’s chance of survival.

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How To Introduce Dogs And Newborns

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What’s your dog to do when there’s a new kid in town? Dogs and newborns can become best buds, but it will take some work on your part to ensure everything goes smoothly. Of course, your newborn’s safety is your number one priority, but there are many other issues to consider when it comes to your pup — he’ll need to adjust to new routines, sounds, and very likely need some behavior modifications. We’ll help you think ahead so the transition can be as seamless as possible and keep all family members happy and healthy…

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What’s The Best Home Security System For Pet Owners?

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A home security system doesn’t just protect you. It can protect your pet too. For example, a smoke alarm can alert authorities to respond and get your pets out safely during a fire if you’re not home. You can also turn a security camera into a pet cam. Aim the camera at the crate or room where your pet stays while you’re gone so that you can keep an eye on them in real-time.

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Best Dog Houses For All Kinds Of Weather

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Don’t find yourself in the dog house because you’re not giving your dog adequate shelter. If your pup spends a lot of time outside, he needs protection from rain, wind, snow, and sun. A sturdy, high-quality dog house can offer a place to stay safe from all the elements. See which ones we recommend for all kinds of situations.

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How To Bond With Your Rescue Dog Or New Puppy

Dog bonding with mom (Caption: Dog and owner on patio with drink)

When we adopted our dog, Sally, from the shelter, we were so excited. We could tell she was a bit nervous/anxious on the car ride home. We kept her on a leash while we walked her through the house at first, then after a couple of minutes, we let her have free reign. She explored her new home, and shortly after, we found ourselves cuddled up on the couch with her. We could tell she was exhausted after an eventful day, so we decided to calm her and give her some affection that first evening at home with us. I think this was the best thing we could’ve done for her at that time. Let’s discuss how to bond with your rescue dog after you bring her home (learn more about the rescue process) and why bonding with your dog is so important.

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Why Are Dogs Scared Of Fireworks? Help Ease Your Dog’s Fireworks Anxiety

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Is your dog scared of fireworks? He’s not alone! Although fireworks are a fun, exciting sight for us humans, dogs and fireworks typically don’t get along. The unexpected, loud noise can often create stress and anxiety for your dog. Why do dogs hate fireworks? Find this out as well as tips for how to calm down a dog during fireworks, including home remedies for dogs who are scared of fireworks.

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How To Get Dog Pee Smell Out Of Carpet: Best Cleaner For Dried & Old Urine

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As dog owners, we’ve all been there. You got delayed at the office or running errands, and your dog couldn’t hold it any longer. Of course, he picked the perfect place on the carpet to pee. Or even worse, your pet has chosen a regular spot to relieve himself in your home because you haven’t been able to completely eliminate the smell. Never fear! We’ll give you some expert tips on how to get dog pee smell out of carpet for good…

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