Whether it's 4th of July, New Years, birthday parties, and all things fireworks, it's important to know how it affects your pets! Thank you Clara Lou for the great article! Read More
When my two dachshunds, Henry and June, were both diagnosed with intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) in 2009, I knew I had to do something to help them. Veterinary care was essential— weeks of confined rest, anti inflammatories, steroids, pain relievers, muscle relaxers. Yes, they needed it all! But what was to prevent them from hurting their backs again? Read More
The environment in which we live affects everyone we live with, including our pets. Thank you Jenny Mills for the great tips on making your home environmentally friendly for you and your pets! Read More
Whenever I take my dog's hiking, they seem to indulge in dog poop. I always find it gross and tell them to "leave it!" and they usually do after a nice full bite. Thank you to Chris for the interesting article about this most peculiar habit! Read More
No pet owner would ever want their beloved pooch to go hungry. But most often, this excessive care can cause your dog to become plumper than normal. And while a plump-looking dog may seem cute and adorable, it can also mean serious health problems starting with obesity. Read More
Creating pet-friendly offices should be a carefully thought-out decision. We’ve compiled the top things to consider as well as some pros and cons to keep in mind before opening your office space up to pets. Read More
Camping can be the best bonding experience you’ll have with your pet. To have a smooth and worry-free time hiking with your dog, make sure to tick everything off of this dog camping checklist!
You really don’t need too many items to make sure that you’re ready to receive your puppy well at home. You just need to choose smart and know what the priorities are so that you won’t end up overspending. Hopefully, this 5 Essentials For An Affordable New Puppy Starter Pack will help you to stay within budget and allow you to be well-prepared.
Consistency is the key to leash training your dog. Doing this as much as possible will instill the habit of gracefully walking without fighting restraints in your dog. No matter how long it takes, it will eventually come to any and every dog.