As a dog owner, you do everything you can to keep your four-legged friend safe. It doesn’t matter if your dog spends more time indoors or outdoors—every environment poses its own risks for your canine companion. By understanding the most common risks for injury or illness, you can create a healthy and safe environment for your friend and give him the space to thrive while giving yourself peace of mind.
While you can’t unfortunately be with your pet 24/7 to ensure she’s safe, the experts with Whole Dog Journal can give you valuable tips on how to keep your dog healthy and happy by learning more about common reasons for ER trips and how to keep your dog safe when you’re out and about with your dog.
In Whole Dog Journal’s latest downloadable e-book, Dog Dangers, you’ll learn answers to the most commonly asked questions about canine health and safety including: Which household items should I keep away from my dog? How do I prevent and treat snake bites? What should I pay attention to when getting my dog’s prescriptions refilled? Which items should I keep in my pet first aid kit? And why are foxtails so dangerous?
With the tips in this handy guide, you can have peace of mind that you’re creating the safest environment for your furry friend. Dog Dangers contains insightful information for all dog owners committed to keeping their pets safe. Topics covered in this practical guide include:
- Avoiding common reasons for visits to the veterinary emergency room, including keeping toenails trimmed
- Protecting your dog during the holidays by avoiding commonly ingested objects
- Identifying household items toxic to your dog such as chocolate, garlic, and onions
- Creating the ideal first-aid kit for your dog
- Keeping your dog safe while swimming or boating
Download this informative e-book today to boost your dog safety knowledge and learn how to create an environment your dog can thrive in.
Dog Dangers is available ONLY from Whole Dog Journal. Download your e-book today to give yourself peace of mind that you’re doing everything possible to keep your dog safe.