Shopping with your dog etiquette 

Shopping with your dog

Shopping with your dog is becoming increasingly popular as it can be a fun experience for all involved. It’s not just a thing that happens in big metropolitan cities, like Manhattan, with small pups that fit a purse. You can even take your dog shopping with you in some New Jersey’s malls.

However, going shopping with your dog is a still a privilege, not a right. Therefore, we and our pets should follow some etiquette rules.

Only well-mannered dogs should be accompanying you out as a shopping companion. Consider your dog’s behavior, health and personality before taking them out to accompany you for even the shortest of shopping excursions.

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7 springtime safety tips for dog owners

7 Springtime Safety Tips For Dog Owners

We would like to share with you these useful tips we have found in Vets Now website:

1.- Spring plants and flowers

“Watch out for poisonous plants. Species common at this time of year include lilies, daffodils, spring bulbs and azaleas.  If you notice any signs of poisoning such as excessive salivation, vomiting, diarrhea, appearing ‘drunk’ or even collapsing – then contact your vet immediately.”

2.- The garden

“Make sure that your garden is safe for your dog and be careful if you need to use any pellets, pesticides or other chemicals.”

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