Safety

It would be nice if pets had the ability to stay away from danger. This is not the case, which means that as a pet owner, you must take some precautions to keep your animals safe.

There are a number of problems your pet might face. The tips in this section will give you the information you need to deal with some of them. You'll find several ideas to keep your pets safe including distracting them during the 4th of July fireworks show, locating your pet if he becomes lost, and a list of 10 pet dangers in your home.

Tips, Tricks, and Answers

The following articles are available for the 'Safety' topic. Click the article''s title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.

   Dealing with Heartworm
It's not uncommon to hear of pets suffering from heart worm disease, and there are ways to treat it. As a pet owner, you need to be up on the latest news regarding such things, and you should know what treatments and procedures are out there and available to your pet.

   Distract Your Pet During Fireworks
Fireworks can be a scary experience for dogs. On those firework holidays, learn how best to handle your dog and keep it safe and calm.

   Don't Let Your Pets Lick Tin Cans
Pets lick a lot of thins, and sometimes that's not too healthy. Especially with tin cans, you need to be careful and keep an eye on your dog. Do your part and protect your pet against the dangers of tin cans.

   Lost Pet? Keep in Touch with Animal Shelters
If you've ever lost a pet, you know the panic it can induce. Losing pets is no fun, and you need to know the right steps to take to get your pet back into your home.

   Lost Your Pet? Try Your Local Newspaper
If you've ever lost a pet, you know the panic it can induce. Losing pets is no fun, and you need to know the right steps to take to get your pet back into your home.

   Make Fliers for a Lost Dog or Cat
If you've ever lost a pet, you know the panic it can induce. Losing pets is no fun, and you need to know the right steps to take to get your pet back into your home.

   Plan for Your Pets in an Emergency
Emergencies are no fun, especially when you allow smaller, trivial details to stress you out. Your pets' needs may easily seem like a small and trivial detail when it comes to dealing with an emergency, and so you won't have to worry about it, plan for your pets in an emergency.

   Protecting Your Family from Dog Germs
If you own a dog, there are many benefits and perks. However, you should also be aware of the risks, and take measures to protect your family against dog germs.

   Stop Your Cat from Falling Out an Open Window
Cats aren't dumb animals, and are usually pretty good at figuring things out. However, if they get lazy and tired, falling asleep in front of an open window could spell out a recipe for disaster. Make sure that your cat is safe and away from any open windows.

   Tagging Your Pet for Safety
As a pet owner, you have the risk of your pet getting lost, and that's no fun for anyone, including the pet. If you tag your pets, then in the event of a lost pet, the chances of finding your pet are greatly increased.

   Top 10 Household Pet Dangers
If you love your pet then you are probably going to want to keep them safe. No matter what you might think, the greatest dangers that your pet might be faced with are inside, not outside. Here are the top 10 household pet dangers that you are probably faced with.

   Watch Out for Cats Hiding in Warm Places
Cats have a tendency to find and enjoy warm places for relaxation. However, you should watch out for some of these places for yours and your cat's safety.

   What is Pet Insurance?
If you have a pet, then chances are you have heard the term pet insurance at least once before. But what is pet insurance? While it may seem pretty self explanatory, there are some things that you need to know about prior to making a final decision.

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