Category Archives: Traveling with your pet

Dogs And Summer Heat

Dogs and summer heat

Dogs And Summer Heat Summer Safety Tips The joys of Summer have officially arrived and it is time to get outdoors and breathe! Your furry friends are just as excited as you are to frolic in the meadows, run down the beaches, and play with their mates. But before you open the hatches and let them run free, here are a few friendly summer tips to keep in mind: Seasonal …read the full article.

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Social Networking For Dogs — My Paws On

Social Networking For Dogs

Social Networking For Dogs MyPawsOn.com  – A social network for dogs Woof my name is Pawson and I am a soft Coated Wheaten Terrier living the dream in the UK. My Mum spoils me rotten and takes me everywhere with her. Even to the Vets, which I don’t like very much, but we go to good places too. Last weekend we went to stay in a posh hotel where I …read the full article.

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Traveling With Your Dog

Traveling with your dog

Traveling with your Dog On the Road Again: Spring and Summer bring travel plans for most families. Whether it is a quick weekend getaway to the beach or a cross-country trek over the long break, we look forward to packing our flip-flops, sunscreen, and swimsuits and hitting the road! Sometimes we decide to send our furry friends on a mini-vacation to a comfortable, caring, happy boarding facility and sometimes they hop …read the full article.

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First Aid Kit For Dogs

First Aid Kit For Dogs

What Is A First Aid Kit For Dogs? Good pet parents are in tune with their pet’s health and wellbeing but even if you provide your pup with the appropriate diet, checks ups, grooming and lots of TLC—accidents and emergencies can still happen! Be Prepared! Just as you would create a go-to emergency kit for your family, it is a good idea to have one on hand for your pets …read the full article.

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Prevent Heat Exhaustion In Dogs

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Prevent Heat Exhaustion In Dogs – Never Leave Your Dog In A Parked Car You’ve all heard the horror stories and seen the pictures. It is never safe to leave us dogs unattended in a parked vehicle especially during the summer months when the weather is warmer and the humidity is higher.  Temperatures in a vehicle can reach 10 to 20 degrees higher than outside; with the lack of air …read the full article.

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Traveling With Dogs

traveling with dogs

Traveling With Dogs When traveling with dogs it’s good to know how to travel safely. There are many things to consider for our safety, comfort, and stress (and ultimately yours too!)  Heat is a big consideration. NEVER, EVER, LEAVE US DOGS OR ANY PETS IN A HOT CAR! EVER!!PLEASE!PLEASE!PLEASE! —Have plenty of water available for us. —Have a comfortable spot in your car us to sleep or sit. —Give us …read the full article.

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