Dirty Dogs has teamed up with Helen Woodward Animal Center as its official sponsor to assist in raising funds and awareness of the needs of adoptable pets. as a kick off event Starting July 1 2016 Dirty Dogs 5 locations AniMeals Food Drive!
During the month of July Bring or purchase a donation of unopened dog or cat food to Dirty Dogs when you bring your pup in for a wash or a groom! All donations benefit Helen Woodward Animal Center's AniMeals programs which delivers pet food to elderly and homebound citizens in need. A visit to Dirty Dogs will have your dog smelling great and you feeling awesome!
Many of us are preparing our grills and getting out the beach towels for the 4th of July. But is your dog ready for the holiday?
One way to help your pet be prepared for the Fourth of July is to expose him or her to loud noises and see how they react. Many animals can become scared when they hear fireworks or other disruptive sounds.
Provide pets with safe hiding spaces inside your home during the holiday fireworks as you would for a storm. Dogs and cats who are comfortable in crates can find them a good place to ride-out the noise, especially if the crate is put in a quiet, darkened part of the house.
Make sure your pet’s nervous system isn't a casualty of Independence Day. If nothing else, keep your pet inside until the celebrations are over.
The number of people who travel with their dogs is growing, and so too are the options for bringing your pets on the road. From "ruffing it" at campgrounds to enjoying fabulous four-star hotels with your pooches, the time has never been better to pack your pet and take off.
Still, traveling with a dog is no picnic. Trips with dogs offer challenges, but nearly all are surmountable with common sense