We all love our dogs. But as dogs will be dogs, they spend so much time exuding energy and happiness that it can be easy to overlook common health issues – such as weight.
No matter how you choose to spend your time, your dog’s health and safety should always be top of mind. Some of your habits might even be affecting your dog’s quality of life. Take smoking for example.
As you drive down the road, you notice the happy head of a large dog hanging outside of the car next to you, tongue flopping in the wind. At the next light, you notice that the driver has her dog in her lap. You laugh to yourself as it clearly looks like this dog is driving the car.
There is just something really special about the unconditional love of dog. There’s something about that unbridled energy that bursts out when you get home, or the joy evident when you’re playing catch or running around together.
We all enjoy the 4th of July, especially here in Indy. It’s a time for cookouts and picnics with your friends and family, parades on the main street in your town, a visit to your community fireworks display, and countless other fun summer activities.