Welcome to this post on Chanukah dog safety tips.
Burning candles for eight nights, torn wrapping paper and discarded ribbon, dreidels spinning across the floor, jelly donuts, fried potato latkes with onions and chocolates in foil.
Wow, that’s a lot of hazards and what the heck is Chanukah?
Let me first say, I use “dogs” and “pets” interchangeably, as these tips are helpful for all pets we share our homes and lives with.… Read full post
I’ve never written a post before, but I thought in anticipation of the upcoming holiday season, I would create a holiday gift guide for old dogs.
As a senior girl myself, I thought I was the best “person” to put together a list of products I think all oldies will love.… Read full post
With the hustle and bustle, not to mention chaos and pandemonium, don’t forget these important Halloween pet safety tips.
Have a fun and worry free Halloween with some very helpful advice!!
Candy – a cavity for the kids, something worse for your pets
Keep bags of candy out of your pets’ reach.… Read full post
If you’re not wild about any of the dog costumes
out there, and a collar
with pumpkins just won’t do it for you, how about if you make your own dog Halloween costumes?
I’m afraid I’m not craft-inclined, but if you enjoy a challenge, or prefer the satisfaction of making something from scratch, I have put together some patterns and other accessories you can use to create your own unique design.… Read full post
If your dog refuses to wear a costume
, no matter how many treats you bribe him with, stop stressing and check out these Halloween collars for dogs.
Jack has no interest in costumes, but since I love Halloween, I thought I would look for other ways to get him in the holiday spirit.… Read full post
It’s just around the corner
, so it’s time to start thinking about Halloween costumes for dogs.
My dog Red is quite easy going, but so far hasn’t liked any of the head pieces I’ve put on her, so this year I’m going simple. Yesterday I bought a really cute pumpkin sweater, and that’s what she’s going to wear.… Read full post
Extra care needs to be taken of our pets at holiday time, so read on for my best Christmas pet safety tips.
Just because certain family members sport fur, feathers or even scales, and may have more legs than we do, does not mean they shouldn’t be able to join in the festivities of the holiday season.… Read full post
Hard to believe how quickly time passes, and we’re talking about Christmas gifts for dogs again!
The items listed below are great for any time of year, so hang onto this site when you’re looking for doggie stuff! I will be including a link for each item that will take you directly to an online resource where you will find it for sale.… Read full post