The pet industry as a whole is by no means struggling. 2015 Is shaping up to be one of the best years yet with 2016 projected to be even stronger. Why am I mentioning this? Well, the number one reason why it is doing so well is we have accepted our four-legged companions as members of our family. We treat them in every way as part of our clan, so it should come as no surprise that it was only a matter of time before our furry partners would wear these life saving devices when they ride along with us in our cars.
With the legal classification of companion animals currently being discussed to determine whether “man's best friend” should be considered property or a family member and with Senate Bill 177 authorizing judges to include animals, like cats and dogs, to be protected when they issue protection orders, it becomes quite transparent that seat belts for animals are just part and parcel of what is to come in the very near future.
Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice!
Safe & Toxic Foods for Your Dog The holidays are coming, and soon your house will be filled with the sound of family, friends, and trick-or-treaters at your door – as well as the smell of delicious food wafting from the kitchen. With all the excitement and distractions, it’s easy for your dog to get into things that aren’t safe for them. It is really important for you, and your guests, to know what is safe and not safe for your pet to eat (especially when they’re sneaking them table scraps). Fine Foods for Fido These foods are safe to...
Pro Tips for Using the Dog SilencerWith these tips, you can use the Dog Silencer® like a Good Life Bark Control Expert.
The Original and Real Pit BullThe pit bull has to be one of the most, if not the most, controversial dog breeds there are. Putting aside feelings and politics, let's look at the history of this misunderstood animal.
Working Like a Dog – Service Dogs
This Labor Day we wanted to focus the spotlight on service dogs, as well as to offer a better understanding of the law and how we as a community can protect the rights of these dogs and their handlers. Service dogs not only provide companionship to those who have disabilities, they also give them a better quality of life, allowing more independence and control over their own lives. These highly-trained dogs start their training in puppy hood. They then work tirelessly everyday to make sure that their person is safe, taken care of, and is provided with immediate attention in...
The Science of Sound WavesCustomers understandably get concerned as to the effect our devices have on their dog. Will it hurt them? The answer is a big “no”. Read on to learn about sound waves and why this is the case.