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.
Pet first aid kits are as important to have in your house or your car as it is to have a first aid kit for the humans in your household. The good news is, there are some similar items in your pet first aid kit. Take time to make a pet kit to be prepared in case of an emergency.
Let's celebrate puppies! March 23 National Puppy Day. We love puppies and dogs of all ages each day, but we want to celebrate puppies today. Puppies are fun, cute, cuddly and that puppy breath… nothing like it! We have tips for celebrating puppies and puppy day everyday of the year.
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.
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.