pet safety

Could Your Garden Be Dangerous For Your Pet?

There's nothing like the smell of fresh flowers growing in a garden. And it can really make your property look nicer and give your home some real curb appeal. But if you have pets, there are some plants and flowers you need to avoid because they are really dangerous for our four-legged friends...
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Are You Washing Your Pet's Bowls Enough?

We certainly wouldn't reuse a bowl over and over again when we serve ourselves or our families food. Well the same idea applies to our pet's bowls too! How often are you washing their bowls and plates? I bet it's not nearly enough. According to experts , we should be washing our pet's bowls daily...
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Holiday Leftovers That Are Not Safe For Pets

Is your fridge full of all of the Holiday leftovers from your Christmas dinner? It's a bit overwhelming trying to figure out what to do with all of them. Your pets may be looking at you with those big eyes begging for a taste of that Holiday food, but some of it can be very dangerous for them. So...
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Snow Safety Tips for Dog Owners

Winter Storm Diego is heading to the Southeast this weekend. While it's still a bit early to know exact snowfall amounts, the weather people are predicting we will get at least a few inches here in Charlotte. I even heard one local meteorologist say that "this could be the winter storm you tell...
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Tips to Pet Proof Your Christmas Tree

A house isn't a home without a pet or pets. But the holidays can be a big challenge with out of town visitors, lots of food around, and holiday decorations. I have two cats and there are certain measures I need to keep them safe and to keep my Christmas tree upright. My cats love… The post How To...
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Thanksgiving Foods Your Dog Should or Shouldn't Have

It is almost Thanksgiving and everyone we are thankful for is eating graciously, including our pets. While spoiling your pooch, here are some foods you should think about before giving them, some beneficial, others possibly dangerous. Check it out! The Dos and Don'ts of What Thanksgiving Foods are...
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How to Prep Your Pets For Hurricane Florence

The time to prepare for Hurricane Florence is now. The latest advisory just came out and Florence is currently a category 3 storm and is only expected to grow in size before it impacts the coast of the Carolinas. NEW THIS MORNING— at Category 3 status, #Florence is now a major hurricane. WATCH @...
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Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe this July 4th

I love July 4th and seeing all the American flags displayed, and the pride people show for our great country. I also enjoy watching fireworks and stuffing my face at a good holiday cookout. My biggest fear for myself is sunburn or maybe eating potato salad that may have sat out a bit too long. Pets...
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June Is National Pet Preparedness Month

Written by our friends at Camp Bow Wow Charlotte Media Folder : Clients As the first day of summer approaches so does hurricane season. June is National Pet Preparedness Month, which urges people with pets to make preparations in case they should be hit with a natural disaster. In these types of...
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Is Your Garden Safe for Your Pets?

There's nothing like the smell of fresh flowers growing in a garden. And it can really make your property look nicer and give your home some real curb appeal. But if you have pets, there are some plants and flowers you need to avoid because they are really dangerous for our four-legged friends...
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