Tip 203

Nylon collars can after a while thin the fur under the collar. Change collars regularly and try other materials such as hemp and bamboo. Be sure to change over ID tags too. Courtesy pix The Good Dog Company

Tip 202

If you are taking a road trip with your dog, it’s a great idea to add temporary ID tags to his collar giving information about your en route locations over and above your home address.You can use paper tags from an stationery store or there is something new on the market called Twigo tags. Google […]

Tip 201

Make sure your neighbors are aware, of the problem of pet theft. Let your neighbors know if you are expecting people on your property if you are not around, so they know to call the police if someone unexpected shows up.
 Keep recent photos of your dog and cat taken from different angles that clearly […]

Tip 199

Don’t leave your dog outside when you’re not around.
They get bored and up to mischief and also you are making them available to dog nappers …

Tip 198

Secure your yard. Ring it with a fence and make sure the gate is closed (and preferably locked). 
 Never  leave your dog outside unattended.

Tip 194

Always tie down a pet carrier in a vehicle. Use the car’s seat belts to secure it. Otherwise the safest place is the rear passenger floor area. Courtesy Sleepypod