Super Bowl Sunday is around the corner. Will yours include dogs, loud television, plus lots of food and people? First read this post on people food that can harm your pets. Sometimes in a split second accidents happen.
With millions of dog lovers out there, I have a feeling that the following scenes will be played out in households all across the country. Am I right? Share your story in the comments.
Enjoy our dog Cleo acting out what will happen in our house this weekend. Though the San Francisco 49ers won't be in Super Bowl 2014, we still plan to...
Enjoy the game and these helpful tips to keep your dog safe:
If your dog gets anxious in crowds or from bursts of loud noises, consider setting your pet up with their bed in a dark room, with soothing music to cover the loud noises.
Make sure your pet is microchipped & has ID tags on just in case they get away from you or the house (check to make sure your contact information is up to date!).
Never leave your dog outside even if they are not unattended or you have a high fence, a frightened dog can do incredible "how did they do that?!" things to flee anything that scares them.
- American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)/Healthy Pet: Pet First Aid
- The University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine: Basic First Aid for Your Pet
- American Red Cross: First Aid for Pets