To help determine which gate is best for each situation, ask questions like: "Where will the gate be installed", "How wide is the opening", and "To what surface will the gate be mounted". Gone are "standard" doorways, which today can mean anything from 30", 32", 34", or 36". That's why so many different safety gates are on the market... Read More
Easter is almost here, and with it bunnies, eggs, and chocolate are
popping up everywhere! Although most of us know the dangers associated
with chocolate, additional risks to your pets include fatty foods,
decorations, certain plants, Easter baskets, picnics, parties, egg hunts, and parades!
Most folks enjoy summer, and warmer weather and flowers and outdoor activities and all of the things that come along this time of year. But there are several things that come along with the season that are not so welcome. There are dangers to people and pets that increase with the coming solstice...
most of us know that we should never give our dogs chocolate there are many
foods that are harmful to dogs and some of them might surprise you!Here is a list of foods that you should not
feed your dog.
Don't wait until disaster strikes to think about what to do. You may literally only have minutes to worry about your own safety and that of your pet(s) or animals. With that in mind, here are a few tips for preparing for disaster...
The active ingredient in this product is used to treat many different types of parasites. It is a primary ingredient in many equine, cattle, & swine deworming products. It can also be used to treat mites which can cause mange. It (and chemically similar products) are commonly used in monthly heartworm prevention medicines for dogs. However, toxicity can occur...