How to Train a Rescued Pet
Raising a rescue dog can be a delightful, though unpredictable, experience. Depending on the dog you get – and the home you keep, and the training you provide – you may have no problems at all in regards to pet safety and leash training. Or the animal may need intense dog training, and you may need to hire a professional to work on the behavioral issues. Continue reading
Training Animals to Love Their New Home
Whether you’re traveling with pets for work or seeking Bay Area pet care or dog training, you want sound, tested advice about how to make the transportation/transition humane and fun! Continue reading
Tips for Keeping Your Pet Healthy
You love your pet dearly, and you want to adopt “best practices” with respect to pet safety and pet health. Although U.S. pet food manufacturing processes are highly controlled and regulated, you still need to use common sense and good judgment to avoid problems. Continue reading
Dog Walking Tips
Whether you need help with your labradoodle’s neighborhood stroll, or you want training leashes for a pair of rescue dogs you just brought back from the shelter, here are 6 tried and true tips.
1. Avoid long/un-adjustable leashes. Shorter leashes can give you extra command over your dog’s movements and protect him or her from jumping into traffic or chasing after children.
Training Your Pet to Love Traveling
Whether you have a pair of adorable kittens or a trusty schnauzer who’s been by your side for almost a decade, you’re concerned about how to travel with him (or her). You want to protect your little furry one from danger and loneliness – and limit any damage done to them or your pocketbook.
Here are some tips for traveling with your pet: Continue reading