Dog Safety

Make sure to keep your dog safe with our helpful hints, including things that are poisonous to dogs, dog crates, dog gates, dog ID tags, and more!

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How to Save a Dog's Life with CPR
Knowing dog CPR and the dog Heimlich maneuver could save your canine friend's life. Here is how to give a dog CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and administer other pet first aid techniques so you're prepared in case of an emergency.
Multiple Dog Food Brands Recalled for Toxic Levels of Vitamin D, Salmonella
Excess vitamin D and one source of Salmonella is affecting popular dry food products on the market.
Check Out This Dog-Friendly Garden Design
What do a couple of empty nesters do with a baseball diamond in their backyard? Turn it into a private retreat for training therapy dogs, of course.
Fencing: Keep Your Dog Safe
Your dog might say "Don't fence me in," but a responsible pet owner knows better. A fenced-in yard is the best way to keep your dog safe. Here are some important considerations when adding fencing to contain your dog.
Avoid These 3 Mistakes When Introducing Dogs
We show you how to introduce dogs to each other without anxiety, aggression, or territory guarding so they can form the perfect four-legged friendship.
Home, Safe Home
Puppies are cuddly and curious, and they love to chew; they can also be very destructive. A few minor adjustments will help keep your puppy -- and your belongings -- safe.
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More Dog Safety

Pet First Aid
First aid does not substitute for veterinary treatment, but it does provide quick lifesaving attention for a sick or injured pet.
Plants, Foods, and Household Products Poisonous to Dogs
According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), a staggering number of dogs are accidentally poisoned every year by plants, foods, and yard and household products. Beat the odds for your pet by educating yourself on these deadly products and eliminating the threat in advance.
Winter Dog Walking 101: Five Ways to Keep Your Dog Safe in the Snow

Winter is an exciting season for dogs and owners alike. Just like humans, many dogs love the snow! Our canine companions always seem to have a renewed, puppy-like spirit when a blanket of fresh powder arrives.