Category: Safety, Emergencies and First Aid

Foreign Objects In Dog’s Nose

Foreign objects can get stuck and irritate your dog’s nose Many things can cause irritation and problems with your dog’s nose, including foreign objects, allergens and tumors. These objects can be bothersome, and cause several signs of distress or illness in your dog. A foreign object is any object …

Reduce Stress For Your Dog On Halloween

Halloween is a stressful holiday for your dog. This celebration involves scary costumes, loud notices and a lot of fuss. These factors are called stressors. How stressed your dog becomes and how many stressors he or she experiences depends on each individual dog. Some reach their stressors limit very …

Emergency Situations Involving Dogs

What are Emergency Situations involving Dogs? Pet First Aid/Facebook Emergency Situations involving dogs can be a trying and terrifying time. However, recognizing the signs of an emergency and knowing when to bring your dog into the veterinarian or emergency clinic for care can help save your dog’s life. …

Keeping Your Dog Safe In The Swimming Pool

Before you let your dog dive in the pool, make sure you take the necessary precautions in keeping your dog safe in the swimming pool! Many dog breeds, like Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, Poodles and Newfoundlands, love water and are natural swimmers. These dogs do have a lot of …

Tips For Leaving Your Dog Alone!

You can’t spend every minute with your dog – life gets in the way! Here are a few tips for leaving your dog alone. Leaving our dogs home alone makes most dog lovers feel guilty. Whether you’re going out to pick up groceries, or meeting a friend for a …

Tips To Prevent Your Dog From Going Missing

Losing a dog is a nightmare for most of us. Nobody wants to experience the stressful days of searching and the sleepless nights worrying whether our furry bundle of joy is safe and alive. While there are several reasons why and how dogs go missing, here are a few tips to prevent …

Vaccine Reactions In Dogs and Sarcoma

What are Vaccine Reactions and Sarcoma in dogs? truth4pets.org Vaccine reactions in dogs can occur in a number of ways, including immediate reactions as well as long-term responses. Recognizing the signs of a reaction or other vaccine response is key to preventing issues. The most common vaccine reaction occurs …

Tips To Calm Your Dog During Fireworks!

Dogs get stressed during the New Year and Fourth of July celebrations because of all the booms and bangs! As a concerned dog owner, you should know how to calm your dog during fireworks! A dog’s hearing is extremely acute. Dogs hear things a lot louder than humans do. …