Arlo's Daily Tips Articles
Rainy Day Fun with Your Dog
Summers can get pretty rainy. Sometimes we have huge thunderstorms in the middle of the afternoon. Having fun indoors during these storms is a good way to help your dog get over any storm anxiety. Indoor games are also a great way to keep your dog occupied when it is too rainy and muddy to go out and run around.
Preparing Your Dog for a New baby
Last week a three day old infant was snatched from his crib by his family’s 4 year old Native American Indian Dog and carried into the woods. Controversy revolves around why it happened. Regardless of the reason, the best way to protect your new child and the future safety of your dog is to properly prepare your dog for the arrival of a new baby.
Dogs and the Beach
The beach is one of my very favorite places to go with my humans. I can dig and run and swim for hours, and my humans really enjoy it too. To make sure everybody has the best time possible, there are some precautions you should take. Be diligent and mindful of the beach’s perils and unfortunate incidents won’t bring dark clouds on your beach day.
Vacationing with Your Dog
This time of year lots of people take off work, pack their families in the car and hit the road for a vacation. The problem is, we dogs often get left behind. While there is nothing wrong with this, we would much rather go with you. So bring us along; it really is easy to vacation with your dog if you make the proper preparations.
Beating the Heat with Your Dog
The days are long, the sun is shining bright, and it’s the perfect time of year to get out and enjoy the weather with your favorite dog. You have to be careful though; remember that we pooches have fur coats on all year-round, and this heat can be pretty dangerous.
Summer is Time for Tick Control
Summertime is in full swing and that means it is full-blown tick season. We dogs and our humans spend lots more time outside this time of year and there are more ticks out there too. Don’t forget that you absolutely must check yourself, your family and your dog for ticks after every excursion into the great outdoors.