Keeping Your Dog Safe in Summer

Keeping Your Dog Safe in Summer

Summer is in full swing and the temperatures outside are unbearable. We as humans are lucky to be able to go inside and out whenever we want. We also have the luxury of turning on the AC unit or a fan. Our dogs and cats unfortunately can only show us signs that they...
Holiday Nerves

Holiday Nerves

The Holiday Season is here and many dog owners will be dropping off at a family, friends or boarding kennel. If you are one of these traveling parents, Patricia McConnell, PhD, a certififed Applied Animal Behaviorist and a world renowned expert in human and animal...
Disaster Plans for your Pet

Disaster Plans for your Pet

We are currently seeing how powerful and scary Mother Nature is, so we must remember to have a plan for our furry family members. Living in the Coachella Valley we are all aware of the chance an earthquake can hit at any time. Being prepared can make the difference...
Beware of the Humid Days

Beware of the Humid Days

In the desert, we are all too familiar with how hot and dry the summers are. What you might not know (or realize) is that when Arizona hits its monsoon season in July, the humidity increases here. This increase in moisture makes it uncomfortable for everyone,...
Walking Your Dog in the Summer

Walking Your Dog in the Summer

When the temperature outside starts to hit triple digits, it makes venturing out to take a walk very uncomfortable. Now imagine how our little furry friends feel walking in the blistering heat! The heat that has been absorbed by the ground can cause major damage to a...
Pool Time on Tuesday’s!

Pool Time on Tuesday’s!

As the summer fast approaches, we all know the temperatures in the Coachella Valley are going to continually rise. The majority of us desert folk choose to avoid going outside as much as possible. However, our dogs still need to go out for exercise. Do we really want...