Recognizing and Preventing Canine Heat Strokes


In the summer months, the heat can be unbearable. Overheating in dogs is not something to take lightly. It is important that we understand how heat affects your dog and the signs to look for when the heat is getting to be too much for them. Heatstroke, also known as Hyperthermia, is defined as a

Recognizing and Preventing Canine Heat Strokes2020-05-23T16:31:55+00:00

It’s National Rescue Dog Day!


According to the ASCPA, approximately 3.3 million dogs enter shelters every year. Wednesday, May 20th marks National Rescue Dog Day. This holiday was founded by Tails That Teach, Inc., and its goal is to bring awareness to the countless four-legged friends that are waiting to be adopted. National Rescue Dog Day is also used to

It’s National Rescue Dog Day!2020-05-16T08:01:09+00:00

6 Myths About Pet Loss


A pet can feel like a member of the family. For most, the loss of a pet can be a very hard and emotional experience. The grieving process after the loss of a pet can be a very hard, emotionally exhausting process. The conversation about death tends to avoided and is considered an overall taboo

6 Myths About Pet Loss2020-05-08T17:41:14+00:00

Puppy Mill Action Week 2020


What takes place the week before Mother’s Day, May 4-10th, and is meant to raise awareness of a sad and sick industry? It’s Puppy Mill Action Week 2020! The goal of its observation is to bring awareness and fight against puppy mills to end the horrific cycle. Puppy mills keep dogs in terrible conditions where

Puppy Mill Action Week 20202020-05-02T23:22:00+00:00
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