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Pet Safety

Summertime means more fun activities outdoors with your dog. However, higher temperatures are not ideal as they create unsafe conditions for your pets. Just like humans, pets also need to be constantly hydrated. Give them enough water and shade to protect them in the warmer...

Pets are an important member of your families. 85 million or 67% of American homes include a pet. As a pet owner, you may be wondering how long you can leave your cat or dog home alone. With work and other obligations, there will be...

Our furry friends are often not the cleanest creatures. Their beds can beĀ breeding sites for bacteria, intestinal parasites, fleas, and mites. Also, pet bowls and feeding containers are amongst the top four germ collectors in the house, often harboring salmonella, E. coli, staph, yeast, mold,...

Summertime means plenty of time outdoors and relaxing vacations with family, friends, and even your pets! However, summer's extreme high temperatures may expose your pet to a risk of heatstroke, injuries, and skin or ear infections. To avert such risks, read on to learn more...

Pets are vulnerable to parasites, especially fleas. Fleas can transmit diseases, some of which make pets unwell and can even be fatal. Woofs & Wags, dog boarding in Baltimore City, understands the importance of keeping your pets flea-fee. Read on to learn more. Eliminate Fleas A flea...

Winter brings temperatures that are below freezing and potential snow days. As you're preparing your home and family for the upcoming frigid temperatures, don't forget about your pets. Your pet needs protection from the outside elements. Learn best practices from Woofs & Wags, offering local...