It’s not only Fourth of July fireworks that scare pets. Lots of events have loud noises that can really freak us out. Seattle’s Humane Society sent us some great tips for our mommies and daddies to keep us calm when there’s scary things flying overhead…like the Blue Angels!
Here’s what I looked like the day they found me. Send us your baby pictures and we’ll post them on Wednesdays!
If you find yourself exploring the aisles of any big box pet store, you’ll find an endless number of pet care products. Tell someone who works there that you just got a new dog, and you may walk out with a cartload of items that you’re just not sure you’ll need or use. As a new pet owner, if you haven’t done your research, it’s hard to know what you actually need, versus what might come in handy depending upon your dog’s health and specific needs.
Talk to pet lovers and you’ll find many of them just can’t help themselves; they keep bringing more animals home. This happened in my house. When mommy got me (Riley), it was just me and our cat, Jinx. Then before I was a year old, we got Roxie and when she passed away after only three months with us, Ripley joined our home. Prestley is now the latest addition and he makes the third dog under the age of three at home.
In a home that contains far more pets than people, there are three small dogs all under 40lbs who couldn’t be more different. What they do have in common is their love for their family, each other and even their cat sister that they so love to terrify.