Chris Pike, director of marketing & promotions for the National Canine Cancer Foundation, shared his story with me last year – a very personal reason for wanting to help raise money to fight a disease many other dog owners will experience.
All too often puppies and dogs find their ways into shelters, for many reasons, often for no fault of their own. They are the victims of circumstances beyond their control, like an illness or death in the family, divorce, growing family, family relocation, or improper training and preparation from owners.
With the frigid Winter temperatures outside today, I wanted to remind you of some safety tips for your dog.
It is that time for my annual list of considerations to think about BEFORE giving a Christmas or Hannukah puppy or dog gift…
Here are just a few reasons why a surprise pet during the holiday season is not the best idea:
When a dog backs away, disengages with or even growls (or worse, bites) at a child, that dog is saying the child has done something the dog does not like.