Reactive Dog

Natural Disasters and the Reactive Dog

We've lived in Kansas for three years now and we are familiar with the tornado siren.  Luckily, we've never been directly effected by one, but there is always that potential, especially with tornado season around the corner. Watching the news really brings home the fact that natural disasters can happen anywhere. From the wildfires in… Continue reading Natural Disasters and the Reactive Dog

Reactive Dog, Vet Stuff

Mast Cell Tumors and my Dog

Mo gets lots of love from me, so that means he gets lots of pets.  There was a time when he wasn't a big fan of affection, but he's really come around.  In an article from vetSTREET, they explain that petting a dog has some benefits for you, like reducing anxiety and stress, lowering blood pressure,… Continue reading Mast Cell Tumors and my Dog

Reactive Dog

Top 4 Tips for Visiting the Vet with a Reactive Dog

I don't know about you, but I try to schedule all my dogs vet within the first few months of the year.  They get their shots, prescriptions for heartworm and flea/tick medications, annual exams, and that big bill out of the way.  Then we can move forward on a healthy year. Vet visits can be… Continue reading Top 4 Tips for Visiting the Vet with a Reactive Dog