The last thing a pet parent wants to be is be caught unprepared. Having to scramble to take care of your family, human and furry, in the midst of an emergency or while under an evacuation order is not the time to think about being prepared. Read our preparedness tips===>
Back to school can be hard... for you, your children and especially your dogs! They got used to sleeping in, playing all day, eating lunch together and romping around all day and into the night. Ease your dog back into the new routine to help prevent separation anxiety. Learn our favorite back to school strategies===>
Should your canine companion join you in eating an ice cream cone this summer? Probably not the best idea. There are so many more healthy (and delicious!) treats your dog can enjoy that won't impact his health or waistline! Read about tasty treats ===>
Whether it’s summer or winter, all dogs -- especially active dogs -- need to stay hydrated. When you’re outdoors with your dog in the summer, give them shade, ways to cool down – a cooling mat is an ideal way to cool your overheated dog -- and access to clean, cool water.
Every pet parent believes that the breed they love is the best breed (and we 100% agree!). We also know there are pet parents who only want to share their lives with mutts and we love that, too! Read our reasons why you might want to share your life with a fun, furry lovable mutt===>
Have a safe and happy Fourth of July. Keep your pets safe and comfortable and enjoy the rest of your summer! We know that many dogs are afraid of the sounds and sights of fireworks displays. Please read our tips to ensure a safe and happy Fourth of July for you and your fur babies. Grab the tips ===>
As pet parents, chances are we have experienced the loss of one of our beloved pups. We know that the best thing we can do for our dogs is give them a healthy start to life and to keep them healthy for a lifetime. Read our favorite “healthy for a lifetime” tips===>
If your pet goes missing, it is frightening for you and them. The scary statistic is “one in three pets will get lost.” Of all the stray pets, only about 25% of them are ever reunited with their families. Read how to get peace of mind===>
A well-trained dog is a joy for you and for those who come to your home, those you encounter on your walks or if you’re taking your pup on vacation. Another benefit is when training your dog you're strengthening your bond and are spending quality time together. Read tips for training your pup===>
There’s a meme that reads, “dogs may not be our whole lives, but they make our lives whole” and that’s true. Whether you're having a bad hair day, don’t want to cook dinner or are angry because you were stuck in traffic – our dogs love us no matter what. Read the reasons to adopt a dog.===>
How active is your pup? Did he spend the cooler months as a couch potato? If so, it's time to ease him (and you) back into a more active lifestyle. We know that in the warmer months pet parents take longer walks and do a lot more outdoor activites. We have ideas for fun, outdoor summer things you can do with your pup. .
Summer vacation is fast approaching. What will you do with your furbaby? That is a question many pet parents ask themselves. We rounded up some vacation-with-your-pup tips in case you don't want to leave your pup with a pet sitter (we shared tips for hiring the best pet sitter in a previous article) Read our vacation tips.