Give blood; save a life.This applies to more than just humans! Dogs need blood as well, especially for trauma, surgeries or other medical issues. In fact, vets are already taking donations. Recently, one vet joined up with the American Red Cross for a blood drive . Both humans and their furry children donated. This blood will often determine whether a beloved furry companion makes it through a medical crisis.
Dogs are, surprisingly, not bothered by the experience . They are actually enjoying the visit because it's made to be quite positive with plenty of attention and treats for donating. Ask your vet if they accept blood donations or know of anywhere that does. Or does your dog already donate blood?
Bark Control with Puppies“Consider options like ThunderShirts, CBD treats, vibration collars, crate training, and extra exercise. A tired puppy is not a barking puppy!”
Returning to Work — What do our Pets think?Our pets may become confused and anxious as we get back to in-person work. Here's how you can help your best friend during this time.
Healthy Roots Paws™ Calming Pet ProductsAs we get closer to New Year's Eve, right now is the time to think about how you can help keep your pets calm during the festivities.
Opening the OnGuard Battery Compartment
We understand that the battery compartment on our OnGuard handheld training device can be somewhat tricky to open, and we are here to help. You'll see on the bottom of the device that there are 2 arrows near the slide. While holding the OnGuard with one hand, use your other thumb to move that slide in the direction of the arrow marked with a number 1. While the slide is in that position, push it towards the arrow marked with a number 2. Then you'll be able to flip that bottom piece up and insert your batteries.
Pro Tip: BarkWise Collar SizingThe length of the nylon collar strap can be adjusted from 6—24 inches.