Knowledge Base:  
Knowledge Base > Knowledge Base and Articles

Page of 1
Crate Training and why it's Important
Training your pet to view their crate as a safe haven is as important as feeding them. I notice that folks that do not crate train their dogs have really poor excuses that really mean " I don't want
Does my dog need a winter Dog Coat or Sweater?
Crazy as it sounds, smaller dogs are the most likely to need the extra insulation. Chihuahuas, toy terriers, miniature pinschers are among the smaller dogs that their bodies just can not deal with co
Dogs that Can't Swim
Pugs' small bodies make it a challenge for them to swim. Their weight and short legs work against them when they are in water. Not all Pugs like to swim, so they may avoid the water. They should be m
Fire Evacuation Plan for Pets
Alert your veterinarian about the fire. Your vet can help if your pets are traumatized. Pets are very sensitive to our emotions and if you are in a fire your emotions are off the wall. Our pets worry
Flies that bite dogs
Pictures of biting flies. I live in PA and the state actually sprays for the black fly yearly. They are quite the pest. Black Fly Stable Fly Horse Fly Deer Fly
Heartworm Disease
If you have mosquitoes, your dog should be on heartworm preventive. No doubt about it.
Hygroma Growth on Dog Elbows
Dogs at Increased Risk Any dog, of any breed or mixed breed and of either gender, can develop pressure sores. However, they are most common in large and giant-breed dogs - such as the Mastiff, Cane C
The Deadly Tick
Want to know if your dog is at risk in your state? The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) has a wonderful interactive map listing all states and different risks. Prevention of tick borne diseas
Why you need an Elevated Dog Feeder
There are different kinds of elevated dog feeders in all sorts of cool styles. You want to make the correct choice, obviously, so your dog is getting the comfort level you want to see. The ideal feed