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.
When it comes to our pets, winter serves up its own set of safety concerns. We know not to leave them outdoors too long and to protect tender pads when walking on salty roads, but is that enough?
As cold weather approaches, everyone is checking the weather to make sure they dress appropriately for the day ahead.
The lazy summer days are coming to and end and it’s time to get back into the school year routine. Many families, especially those with young children, take a week or two getting their children accustomed to the school-year routine. But do you take the time to get the family dog adjusted to the change in routine as well?
By the time the snow on the ground turns into mud and the days are noticeably growing longer, everyone is eager for spring to arrive. Spring brings flowers, songbirds, and best of all—warm weather!
A lot of dogs enjoy a good romp in the snow. Watch them act like puppies again, running with their faces snowplowing through the snow, rolling around in it and sliding down hills.