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www.everydayhealth.com/pet-health/how-keep-dogs-safe-this-summer

From scorching hot sidewalks to the risk of fleas and ticks, warmer weather brings an increased risk of health hazards for your dog. To help your dog beat the heat and stay happy and healthy, we asked veterinarians the top tips on summer dog safety. Veterinarians share their top tips for keeping you

www.treehugger.com/how-to-safely-bike-with-your-dog-4862667

Taking your dog along for a bike ride is a great way for both of you to get exercise. Here are tips to make it safe and fun. The benefits of biking with your dog, and some precautions When you take your dog along with you on a bike ride, you're doing more than just tiring out a high-energy dog. You'

facty.com/network/answers/pets/are-tomatoes-safe-for-dogs

Tomatoes are known as a very healthy food for humans, but are tomatoes safe for dogs? The answer to that question isn't a simple as yes or no. Tomatoes are safe for dogs, but proper care and precautions are necessary. Dogs like to eat anything on their owner's plate. It is tempting to hand over a fe

www.health.com/syndication/can-dogs-get-the-flu

Your four-legged friend can catch influenza viruses, but probably not the same strains that make humans sick. Your four-legged friend can catch influenza viruses, but probably not the same strains that make humans sick. This article originally appeared on RealSimple.com. When you’ve got the flu, all

www.thespruce.com/pet-friendly-plants-4175993

What happens when your cat or dog treat every houseplant and garden plant as a meal? Choose pet-friendly non-toxic plants to keep cats and dogs safe. The Spruce / Phoebe Cheong When it comes to toxic and poisonous plants, not all pets experience the same effects from unauthorized nibbling. For examp

www.architecturaldigest.com/story/pet-friendly-houseplants

Looking for plants that are safe for cats and dogs? Check out our roundup of 21 pet-friendly plants that will do no harm to your furry friends. To revisit this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. By Kristi Kellogg, Muriel Vega, and Rachel Fletcher There are two things we love deeply

www.consumeraffairs.com/news/choosing-a-safe-bone-for-your-dog-032417.html

Before throwing their dog a bone, pet owners should be aware of the risks of cooked bones and note the precautions to take before offering a raw bone. Photo (c) Mat Hayward - FotoliaBones can provide mental stimulation, prevent boredom, and satisfy your pup’s innate urge to chew. But not all bones m

www.thespruce.com/safe-houseplants-for-pets-4588752

Houseplants are stylish, but are they safe for your pets? Keep your cats and dogs safe with these non-toxic houseplant options. The Spruce / Candace Madonna Why do cats and dogs eat houseplants? Some people believe it's to calm an upset stomach or help process hairballs, while others think pets are

www.treehugger.com/new-organic-beer-is-just-for-dogs-4866331

Good Boy Dog Beer is made of fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices to promote a healthy immune system. We used to have a dog, Sedona, who loved to lick beer bottles. My husband enjoyed tipping the bottle when it was just about empty to give her the last few drops and watch her go crazy over it. It ne

www.familyhandyman.com/article/grass-safe-dogs-eat

Your dog loves to eat grass, and sometimes he gets sick immediately after eating it. Why do they do this, and how can you keep them safe? Home Smart Homeowner Every editorial product is independently selected, though we may be compensated or receive an affiliate commission if you buy something throu