How To Give Your Dog CPR

How To Give Your Dog CPR

HOW TO GIVE YOU DOG CPR Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation, or CPR, as it is called, is a version of artificial respiration that includes assisting the HEART to BEAT. The purpose of CPR is to keep oxygen moving to the lungs and blood circulating throughout the body. The...

How Well Can Dogs See?

NEED A DOG TRAINER? Dogs can see color, but not nearly as well as we can. The reason is because the dog’s eye has considerably smaller ratio of cones to rods in their retinas. Cones enable color vision; rods are useful for black and white vision in dim light....
Holiday Safety Hazards for Dogs

Holiday Safety Hazards for Dogs

While holidays such as Christmas, New Year’s Day, Easter, and The Fourth of July, can bring us much celebration and joy, they can also offer some potential hazards to our pets. Here is a partial list of things which are potentially dangerous to your pet:...

FOXTAILS ARE A BIG PROBLEM FOR DOGS IN SAN DIEGO

Foxtails Foxtails are named after foxtail brome, a grass whose seed head is bushy like a fox’s tail. The term is used for any of the sharp stickers you might find poking into your socks after walking in a dry summer field. Some foxtail problems can be prevented...