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Keeping Your Dog Happy & Healthy at Easter

It is that time of year again - Easter!  What a joyous time for all!  But, there are tons of things going on that you should be aware of if you want your dog to stay happy and healthy through the holiday. As the holiday festivities approach, it is up to you to be on

Foods That Are Toxic To Dogs

Most dogs love food, and they’re especially attracted to what they see us eating. While sharing the occasional tidbit with your dog is fine, it’s important to be aware that some foods can be very dangerous to dogs. Take caution to make sure your dog never gets access to the foods listed in the image

Labor Day Pet Safety Tips

Labor Day is one of the most celebrated holidays of the year.  It signifies that summer will officially end soon as it gives way to the cooler temperatures of autumn.  Ok, let's face it.  It's time to mourn summer!  This holiday is well known for family BBQs and other outdoor activities because everyone wants to

Belfast Dog Lennox Put to Sleep After 2 Year Legal Battle

DUBLIN—A pug-nosed Belfast dog named Lennox, who inspired a two-year legal fight and animal-rights protests on both sides of the Atlantic, has been put to sleep by city officials. Belfast City Council confirmed the 7-year-old dog was put down Wednesday after a deadline for legal appeals expired. Dog wardens deemed the pit bull-type dog to

Happy Mother’s Day to All the Doggy Moms!

Happy Mother's Day to all of you who have children that are bit hairier than others and walk on four paws! This is for the mothers who have sat up all night with sick dogs in their arms, wiping up barf laced with edible and inedible things and saying "It's okay baby, Mommy's here." Who

New Year Wishes from Alldogboots.com

As we enter a new year,  Alldogboots.com would like to make a few wishes to all of our human and furry friends.  First, and foremost may this year be your best year ever! May you always make the right moves May your cup runneth over with love May you always find shelter from any storm

Chemicals Used to Melt Ice Can Injure Your Dog

Ice melt that is commonly used to clear ice from sidewalks and other icy surfaces can be harmful to pets. The main ingredient in most ice melt products is either sodium chloride or calcium chloride. Both sodium and calcium chloride can irritate a dog's paws or be harmful to the animal if ingested. A dog's

Doggie Hair Care and Grooming

From choosing the right brush, to trying to get your dog to stay still in the bathtub, grooming your dog can sometimes be a troubling experience. Find out how to properly cleanse your dog with this guide to grooming!  When brushing your pet’s hair, always make sure to spritz it first, with a spray bottle

Hurricane Preparedness For Your Pets

A hurricane is on its way.  What should you do? In the following paragraphs we are going to give you some tips on how to keep your cat or dog as safe as humanly possible. The important thing is to remember you need to prepare before a disaster strikes. A disaster kit should be large

4th of July Safety Tips For Your Dog

For many people, Independence day celebrations make this an entertaining and exciting time of the season, but your dog probably won't agree. When you celebrate our independence this holiday make sure to keep the following pet-friendly tips in mind: 1. Noisy, crowded fireworks shows can be scary for your dog, avoid the need to take