We at All About Dogs value education. Learning is the key to success and will also increase our ability to care for your dog in the best way possible.
Each month we will pick a new subject. We are sharing this information with you so that you can learn with us!

Canine CPR
When you have a human emergency there is the option of calling an ambulance or traveling a short distance to the many hospitals or urgent care centers available. When it comes to our dogs the options are more limited. There are no ambulances and although emergency veterinary care facilities exist in our area, they usually require travel time that your pet may not have in order to survive. Especially if the emergency occurs outside of …
Summer Safety
Keep your dog's safe during the heat of the summer. During the hot summer months, it's important to take steps to keep your dog safe from the heat. Make sure your dog has access to plenty of fresh water and a shady spot to rest. Avoid exercising your dog during the hottest parts of the day and instead opt for early morning or late evening walks. Never leave your dog in a parked car, even …
Distance Increasing Behaviors
Do you know that our dogs are constantly communicating with us? At every moment in time, they relate their feelings to us with the use of their bodies and the space around them. Learning what our dog is saying can help us keep our dog safe and comfortable.
Seizures in Dogs
What is a seizure? A seizure is caused by a sudden and uncontrollable surge of electrical activity in the brain. Where the electrical activity is located in the brain will determine how the seizure will present itself. What does a seizure look like and how should I respond? Muscle tremors and shivering can be a result of a seizure, but not always. Dogs can shiver due to excitement or cold. Some dogs have muscle tremors …