FOR THE LOVE OF PETS
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Let’s discover together how you can protect your pet during an emergency, how to travel with your pet, about fire safety plan and much more…
Sadly, many people care more about the benefits of owning a dog than they do about being responsible dog owners.
Being a responsible dog owner takes commitment. Even if you have owned several dogs in the past, there are still valuable things you can learn. Whether you’re a first-time dog owner or an experienced one, ROLDA has put together a guide about responsible dog ownership to help you.
Disaster can strike at any moment. Have you thought about your pet’s health and safety in the event of an emergency?
Are your pets included in your evacuation plan? Do you have disaster kits for your pets? Whether it’s a natural or man-made disaster, it’s best to be prepared.
For us dog lovers, the perfect vacation always includes our furry friend. But do you know the proper way to travel with your dog?
Traveling with your dog can be tons of fun if you make all the right arrangements. So, don’t let poor planning ruin a well-deserved vacation with your fluffy companion.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, pets and wildlife start about 700 home fires a year. Accidentally, of course.
Every pet fire safety plan should start with prevention, but you may never be able to fully prevent such events from happening. However, there are small things you can do to minimize risk.
Because extreme weather is so common these days, there is greater risk of your dog getting heat stroke.
Heat stroke in dogs can indicate a serious medical problem that can lead to brain swelling, kidney failure, intestinal bleeding, and abnormal blood clotting. That’s why it’s important to recognize the symptoms right away.
Pavement heats up quickly and can cause burns to your pet’s paw pads.
While it may seem obvious to avoid walking your pet when the pavement is hot, it’s important to take extra measures to protect your pet’s paws from these common—but painful—burns.
Have you ever wondered how often you should take your dog to the vet? Don’t worry, this question is quite normal, even for experienced dog owners.If our four-legged friend is healthy and happy, we are tempted to leave them alone and not take them to the vet for a routine check-up or a preventive vaccine for a disease that, maybe our puppy will never get.
Any dog can suffer from obesity. Some dog breeds, such as beagles, pugs, French bulldogs, English bulldogs, and Labradors, even have a genetic predisposition toward gaining too much weight. It is also worth mentioning that neutered pets also have a very high risk of exceeding the weight norm.
Dogs love to go on walks. Walks are probably their favorite part of the day. But if we don’t take the necessary precautions, these beautiful moments can quickly turn into opportunities to get unwanted visitors. We are talking, of course, about external parasites (bugs and insects) from the flea that lives in the fur of your friendly neighborhood cat to the ticks that lay hidden in the grass, waiting for their next meal.