In our last post on dogs’ winter coats, we mentioned the importance of taking care of paws as well. Since winter can be quite hard on the paws of any dog that spends even a moderate amount of time outside, we want to dive into this topic in detail. By understanding exactly what winter means for your dog’s paws, you’ll be able to take the necessary steps to provide support and protection for your pet. Read More
Trick or Treat
There are a number of reasons why fall is a great time of the year. One of those reasons is Halloween. Although this holiday can be a lot of fun for both children and adults, there are those who aren’t particularly fond of Halloween. The group we’re going to focus on today who may not be such fans of Halloween is pets. While dogs and cats don’t automatically hate this holiday, there are some different elements of it they may find scary.
Most dog owners know that they should keep chocolate in a secure area. But what many dog owners in Cincinnati aren’t aware of is chocolate is far from being the only substance that can put a dog’s health at risk if ingested. One of those substances is xylitol. Read More