Dog Resources


Dog Resources

Behavioral/Training Resources


How to introduce dogs to one another:

www.aspca.org/introducing-your-dog-new-dog

Separation Anxiety:

www.aspca.org/separation-anxiety

Introduce your dog to a new cat:

www.aspca.org/introducing-your-dog-new-cat

Introducing Dogs & Kids:

Bringing your newborn home for the first time will be a huge transition for everyone, including your pet. Check out how you can make the transition as smooth as possible when the big day arrives: www.globalanimal.org

Introducing your dog to a new baby:

www.aspca.org/introducing-your-dog-your-new-baby

Crate Training your dog:

www.aspca.org/weekend-crate-training

A Dog's Life-Ruff Academy Dog Training:

Rebekah Hintzman with Ruff Academy dog training started volunteering at SCHS on July 26, 2014. She has been working with shelter dogs on agility, socializing, training and working one-on-one with project dogs. Rebekah offers private training sessions, consultations and Canine good citizen training.
http://adogslifewi.com/ruff-academy/

Pet Safety Resources

Cold Weather Tips:

With the cold winter months upon us making sure your dog is getting enough exercise can be tough. Check out these tips for ways your pup can stay active while staying warm indoors: www.petpoisonhelpline.com

Winter Safety Tips:

Check out the top 7 safety tips to ensure your dog stays safe and healthy this winter: www.pethub.com

Warm Weather Tips:

Heat Exhaustion can be detrimental to the health of your dog. Learn the top signs of heat exhaustion so you can be prepared:
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Heat can be especially dangerous to the health of your dog when trapped in a small area like your car. Find out what you can do if you find your dog or someone else's dog in distress: www.pro.petfinder.com

Household Pet Safety:

Leaving your pet at home by themselves can be a safety risk if certain precautions are not taken before hand. Learn how to protect your pet's safety when you leave them home alone: www.pinterest.com

Foods that are Hazardous to Dogs:

www.aspca.org/foods-are-hazardous-dogs

Pet Care Resources

Ear Care:

Taking routine care of your dog's ears is generally all that is needed to keep them happy and healthy come examine time. Learn how: www.aspca.org

Caring for Pets on a Budget:

Ensure you are being financially responsible when taking care of your dog's health by checking out these easy to follow tips: www.aspca.org

Trimming your dog's Nails:

www.aspca.org/trimming-your-dogs-nails

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