1. The Dog Days of Summer

    For many of us, summertime means fun! No school for the kids, family vacations, get together with family and friends, and more. But for dogs, summer can come with a variety of stresses and risks. Here are a few tips on how to ensure your pup stays safe this summer! Keep Them Cool Here in Florida, summer comes with hot temps and high humidity. It’s important to remember that dogs can’t sweat an…Read More

  2. Dog Parks: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    Dog owners, now more than ever, are taking to dog parks as a way to socialize and engage with their pet. Dog parks offer a safe and fun way to get outdoors and spend time with our furry friends, as well as meet other dog-lovers in the community. According to a study by the non-profit Trust for Public Land, dog parks are the fastest-growing segment of city parks". Most dog parks offer enclosed area…Read More

  3. Beat The Heat

    The Florida sun is always shining, but you can feel the heat rising as we head into the summer months. Before you make plans to head outdoors with your family, consider if it is a smart and safe decision for your furry friend to tag along. Dogs do not handle heat the same way that humans do. Even if you feel comfortable at a certain temperature, your dog may be on the verge of overheating. Because…Read More

  4. Halloween Pet Safety

    Halloween is here! The spooky decorations, haunted houses, and trick-or-treaters in creepy costumes are all of the things we love about this fun holiday. These festivities, however, can make Halloween a stressful night for your dog if you’re not prepared. The changes in sights and sounds can disturb your dog’s sense of security, as they tend to thrive on routine. The commotion of the night can…Read More

  5. How To Help Your Anxious Dog During 4th Of July Fireworks

    Happy 4th of July! To many Americans, celebrating Independence Day means family, fun and fireworks. But for many dogs it’s one of the most stressful days of the year. While some are simply frightened by the noise of the holiday, others get anxiety from the flashing lights, crowds and general commotion.  In response to the fear they’re experiencing, dogs respond with a fight or flight reaction…Read More

  6. What You Need To Know About Dogs & Chocolate

    The holiday for love is rapidly approaching! Retail stores shelves are lined with fluffy stuffed animals and mounds of chocolate to celebrate with. Unfortunately, this holiday for love could turn out to be a seriously dangerous time for your beloved canine. With Sarasota dog training you can put your mind at ease that your dog will have the tools to stay out of food that could be fatal. Chocolate …Read More