The leaves are soon turning, and a chill is in the air, which means Fall has finally arrived. That also mean camping season is upon us, and we all know the best camping companion is your pup. However, there are hidden dangers in taking your dog camping with you, so it's always best to err on the side of caution by keeping these three things in mind.
- Always keep an eye on your dog. There are all kinds of toxic plants and wildlife out there that could seriously harm your dog if they eat it. Don't let your dog wander off anywhere that toxic plants might be hiding.
- Beware of other animals. Depending on where you live, there could be other animals in the area. Ones you especially want to look out for are snakes, which are especially active and irritable during the Fall. Also watch out for any large predators that would be harmful to your pup.
- Bring the right food for your dog. We all know human food is bad for our dogs, and we all know how often we feed it to them anyway, but instead of giving them your food off the grill, give them their own version of grilled snacks, like these Nudges dog treats.