Pet Health Tips


Medical First Aid & CPR for Pets

Claricode The Healthcare Software Experts offers this information about Medical First Aid and CPR for pets, with tips on preventative measures and treating common pet injuries and emergencies. Click here to read more. Special thanks to Cindy Powell, a Girl Scout Leader in California and her Brownie Scouts for sharing this article with us to post on our resource guide. While earning their “Pets” badge, they came across START’s Resource Guide. The purpose of the badge they earned was to teach them how to keep their pets happy and healthy. These Brownie Scouts are doing their absolute best to follow the Girl Scout slogan of “Do a good turn daily” and we are very proud of them!


Pet Dental Care

Emergency Dentists USA offers this article with tips on how to clean your pets teeth, recommendations for pet dental tools, information on pet dental costs, pet dental insurance, pet treats that promote healthy teeth for your pets, and more…
Article by Katherine McKay, domestic animal science and animal grooming expert. Courtesy of Emergency Dentists.


Exercising Your Dog Indoors

Smart Dog Owners offers this guide with tips on keeping your dog fit and tired when going outside isn’t an option. This ultimate guide offers suggestions and ideas for indoor exercise and play. Read more at the link below.


Driving With Dogs 101: How to Keep Your Dog Safe and Happy in the Car

Despite the number of car commercials starring an obedient, window-gazing pup, driving with dogs is a serious source of anxiety for many pet owners. Dogs are naturally enthusiastic, active, and curious: traits that are likely to intensify when transferred to a moving, bumpy vehicle. Ideally, driving with your dog provides an opportunity to bond and explore – or to simply accomplish chores without leaving a squirrelly pup home alone. Whatever your reasons, the following ideas prioritize the safety of both you and your dog as you travel to your next destination. Below are two articles about keeping your dog safe in the car:






Safety Guide for Pets In Your Car 
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