However, making my own treats isn’t just less expensive, it also offers me the opportunity to carefully choose the ingredients I want to use. I can even add herbs and oils that have holistic properties. If you would like to make your own dog treats, here are some tips to help you get started.
Even if you do not live in Arizona, you probably considered getting some doggie boots for your pet at some point. If you walk your pet on asphalt or concrete you should consider them during the hot summer days, or during cold winters, when boots can insulate your dog’s feet from snow, ice, and salt. They are also great for keeping your dog's feet dry and clean when it's raining and muddy outside. If you hike in different kinds of terrain, boots can make sure your dog's paws aren't injured by protecting from the dangers of sharp rock, brambles, burrs, cacti, and foxtails; and if you have a senior dog or one with mobility issues, boots can help with traction on slippy floors in the home.
In this blog, I want to answer some commonly ask questions about dog boots. How to choose the right type of boot, how to properly fit them, and how to get your dog comfortable wearing them.
I believe the most important travel preparation you can make is to ensure your dog is comfortable in unfamiliar places and feels safe wherever you take him, because he has learned to trust you.
Here are a few exercises you should do with your dog, prior to taking him on vacation. These training exercises expose your dog to some unfamiliar places and in the process teach him to rely on you for guidance and safety.