Leaving a dog in a hot car can lead to brain damage or worse, death. It takes only 15 minutes for a dog in a hot car to succumb to the heat. Dogs pant to cool themselves and sweat through their par pads, and being kept in a hot car is dangerous. Learn what to…Details
Rescue Stormy. He’s a small 8 pound Chihuahua and may take a day or two to warm up to new people. He’s 5 years old and has the typical Chihuahua attitude. BONUS: His teeth have been cleaned and that saves you $400! Stormy is great with other dogs and is best with kids 10 and…Details
Simply put, a dog with a microchip has a better chance of returning home if lost or stolen. Have you ever thought of losing your beloved pet? That gut-wrenching feeling of not knowing where they are or if they’re safe? You may be interested to know that microchipping may be the only thing that brings…Details
A day at the dog park or hiking in our area can be pleasant until such time as you spot a tick on your pet or yourself. DDG has come up with a few ways to help through what is predicted to be an infested summer.
We are excited to feature this wonderful and gigantic Golden Doodle, Cooper, as our Dog of the Month for March
With spring here and summer right around the corner, Dog Day Getaway would like to point out that while dogs love car rides, they need to be safe as well. Which is why this month we are promoting a #DOGSBUCKLEUP campaign to alert pet owners to the dangers of driving without dog seat belts or…Details