Is Your Spring Garden Safe for Your Dog?

Is Your Spring Garden Safe for Your Dog?

March 17, 2021 4 min read

Are you hoping to grow a beautiful garden this summer, but worried that your dog will dig up your seedlings as soon as you plant them? Try these tips to grow the garden of your dreams without it becoming a health hazard - or a giant digging pit - for your dog.
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Doggy Relationship Guide: How to Introduce a Dog to Your Household

Doggy Relationship Guide: How to Introduce a Dog to Your Household

February 03, 2021 3 min read

Is your family growing by four paws? A new dog or puppy brings a ton of love, joy, and picture-perfect moments. You’ll see your family members in a new light as they take on roles as the dog’s teachers, caretakers, and best friends. As you count down the days until you introduce a new dog to your household, try these tips to ensure a smooth transition and foster a lifelong bond with your whole family.  

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Winter Woes - Treating Your Dog’s Itchy Skin

Winter Woes - Treating Your Dog’s Itchy Skin

January 27, 2021 3 min read

To keep our dogs happy and healthy, we still have to go outside even when the weather is less than ideal. Even if you live in a place where the temperature doesn’t dip as low as other places, the air gets dry, winds shift, and allergies can rear their ugly heads. Yuck. Thankfully, we know a thing or two about winter’s effect on dogs, and we’re here to help.
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Couch Potato Canines: How To Get Your Dog More Active

Couch Potato Canines: How To Get Your Dog More Active

January 21, 2021 3 min read

Okay, truth time. Do you have a lazy dog at home? A pooch who has lost his pep? It happens to the best of us, both human and canine. Keeping your dog active is very important to his overall health and wellbeing, especially as they get on in years. We have some tips to get up and get moving again.
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Dog-Friendly Thanksgiving Tips

November 23, 2020 4 min read 2 Comments

If you’re like us, you know Thanksgiving wouldn’t be the same without your four-legged best friends at (near) the table. Keep them safe and full this year with these Turkey Day safety tips.

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Can My Dog Eat Blueberries?

Can My Dog Eat Blueberries?

November 16, 2020 2 min read

Blueberries have a clearly defined place as being a top superfood for us humans, but is the same true for your dog? Learn if this nutritionist favorite should make its way to your pup's bowl.
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4 Tips To Keep Your Aging Dog Healthy & Happy

4 Tips To Keep Your Aging Dog Healthy & Happy

November 10, 2020 5 min read

We all want our pups to have happy, healthy golden years. Thankfully, you can help ease the symptoms of common aging ailments in senior dogs with these four easy tips.

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What It’s Like Fostering A Dog

What It’s Like Fostering A Dog

October 21, 2020 4 min read

One unexpected, but wonderful byproduct of the pandemic is an uptick in foster requests. We’ve even heard reports of wait lists at rescue groups. Sound familiar? Read on!

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The "Scoop" On Grain-Free Dog Food

The "Scoop" On Grain-Free Dog Food

October 06, 2020 3 min read 2 Comments

Socially, it’s becoming more popular to feed your pup a grain-free diet, regardless of allergies or digestion issues. But is this really necessary? Get the inside scoop on this hot topic.
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Fueling Active Dogs: Rebuild & Recover

Fueling Active Dogs: Rebuild & Recover

September 08, 2020 2 min read

Performance dogs and those with particularly active lifestyles need to properly repair their muscles after more strenuous training. This requires the right blend of carbs + proteins.

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How to Introduce Your Puppy to Puppy Gold

How to Introduce Your Puppy to Puppy Gold

August 25, 2020 4 min read 2 Comments

At eight weeks, most puppies are deemed ready for their new homes. The reality is, we wean puppies from their mother’s milk earlier than happens in the wild. So we created Puppy Gold.

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Keeping Dogs Safe, Not Overheated & Dehydrated

Keeping Dogs Safe, Not Overheated & Dehydrated

August 19, 2020 3 min read

During activity, and especially in the heat, dogs risk overheating and dehydration. Learn how to recognize signs early and the steps you can take to keep your pups safe.
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