Tag Archives: Safety

Owning a dog is a huge responsibility. Your first and foremost goal should be to keep your furry friend safe. Learn about safe ways to travel with your dog, what first aid supplies you should have on hand, dangerous products and much more in these dog safety articles.

Tips For Safe Traveling With Dogs In The Car

Tips for Safe Traveling with Dogs from Canine Journal

When most of us get in our cars, the routine is non-negotiable. Children are buckled in safety seats or, if older, in seat belts. All the adults buckle up. When that’s all done, only then do we start the car and begin our journeys, knowing that we’ve taken an important step toward the safety of ourselves and our passengers. Unfortunately, those same safety considerations often don’t extend to our canine travelers…

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Homemade Flea And Tick Prevention For Dogs

Izzy and dog mom in water

Izzee, my loyal and trusted sidekick and licensed therapy dog, and I go everywhere together. Her unconditional love is astounding. In return, I want to give her the best life possible including top-notch food and chemical-free products. There are so many ill-fated side effects from the chemical-based flea and tick prevention medicines. So, I don’t want to take that risk with Izzee. This led me to research and create a homemade flea spray and homemade tick repellent for dogs that anyone can make at home…

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Choosing The Best Puppy Playpen (Crates Don’t Always Cut It)

Dog in play pen outside: Best Puppy Playpen

Do you find yourself crating your puppy too much during the day? As puppy owners, we’ve all been there. You’re in and out of the house running errands or trying to make meals and clean the house. You can’t leave your pup totally unattended—oh, the trouble they can cause! But too much time cooped up in a crate isn’t good for dogs of any age. They need time to play with their toys and move around. Puppy playpens are an excellent alternative to over-crating. Check out our best puppy playpen picks below. You’ll have a happier pup (and a happier you)…

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Best Dog Seat Belts, Car Seats and Harnesses

Dog sitting in front seat in car harness

I’ve driven by many vehicles where I see a dog sitting on the driver’s lap, obstructing their view. Honestly, it makes me quite nervous. While it’s adorable to see the dog loving the ride with their head out the window, it’s actually quite dangerous. If an accident occurred, the dog could be seriously injured or worse, not to mention the people involved as well…

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Dog First Aid Kit: What Should You Include?

Dog first aid kit

You are hiking along with your dog when suddenly she trips over a rock and starts limping. What do you do? After all, when you go hiking or camping you probably bring a first aid kit because you never know when someone will trip on a rock and scrape their knee or twist an ankle. The same could – and did! – happen to your furry friend. So it’s just as important to have a first aid kit for dogs too. 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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Best Dog Shoes For Hot Pavement: How Hot Is Too Hot For Dog Paws?

Closeup of dog paw wearing booties

Do you ever think about how hot the pavement is when you take your dog for a walk? Honestly, I never did either until I researched this article. It’s important to add this into your routine before going for a walk, or your dog could burn her paws and be in immense pain. We’ll help you learn how to protect dog paws and how you can test the temperature of the pavement yourself to ensure your dog’s safety…

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