With the arrival of spring comes daylight savings time. As you check your smoke and CO2 alarm batteries, turn your clocks forward, and adjust all the clocks on your appliances, there are a few other things you might want to check.
Years ago experts recommended that dog owners not play tug games. One of the theories was that it taught dogs to fight their owner. As we’ve learned more about canine behavior, that recommendation has thankfully changed. However, we’re still trying to figure out why exactly dogs tug. These are a few ideas.
Taking your dog for a walk can be one of the most satisfying things you do with your dog. It’s a good bonding experience; your dog enjoys the fresh air, all the fun smells, and just getting out and moving around. But you need the right collar and lead to make the experience truly enjoyable.
It’s finally Spring, and we know you and your pets can’t wait to get outside and run around in all that sunshine! Your pets just love being outside – playing fetch, going for hikes, rolling in the grass.
There’s nothing creepier than finding an engorged tick latched onto your dog. The damage they can do to our pets, especially the diseases ticks can transmit, make them potentially deadly as well as just creepy.
We like to go au natural at Kriser’s…especially when it comes to getting those annoying fleas off your fur baby! Those pesky pests really get under our skin, and they cause our pets to get itchy and ill with their troublesome bites.