Pet Fire Safety Infographic
Posted by Dan Hinds on 26th October 2016
A lot of people have fire safety plans for their families, but they
forget to include special considerations for their pets. Now, we know
that pets ARE family, so they need to be taken care of accordingly.
Here's a great Infographic that illustrates some of the ways you can
keep your furriest family members safe and sound in the event of a house
Trying to decide which is better for your dog—a collar or a harness? The short answer is: You may need both. It really depends on the size and temperament of your dog and what it takes to maintain safe control of him.
A dog barking in the backseat of the car can be a real nuisance—and even a hazard—for human drivers. But for dogs, barking is a way of communicating. In order to put the kibosh on all that annoying barking, we first need to understand why our furry companion is barking to begin with.