1. How to keep your dog safe this 4th of July

    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

  2. How to Keep Your Dog Safe on Independence Day

    We posted this last year but it's important that we post it again. Fourth of July and other activity filled, "loud" holidays are some of the highest intake days at pet shelters around the country. We want to help ensure your dog doesn't become a statistic this year. Happy 4th of July! To many Americans, celebrating Independence Day means family, fun and fireworks. But for many dogs it’s one of …Read More

  3. 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

  4. New Year’s Eve Dog Anxiety

    It’s almost time to ring in the New Year; though not all dogs are as excited about the festivities as humans are. While gearing up for a day of celebratory fireworks, music and camaraderie, there’s another thing dog owners should consider: nearly 20% of all dogs have anxiety-based reactions to loud, startling noises and fireworks. Anxiety manifests itself in numerous ways. Ordinarily calm dogs…Read More