Brushing your dog’s teeth at home can be a bit tricky, especially if your dog is fidgety, anxious or fearful. However, with patience, practice, and the right tools, you can make it a hassle-free process that benefits your pet’s health.
Are you worried about your dog’s upset stomach? Is he or she exhibiting signs of an upset tummy, such as vomiting or diarrhea?
You may be wondering what the healthiest and best dog food brand is for your dog. We discuss what the healthiest dog food is for your dog, what ingredients to look for, and which brands are best.
CBD is becoming very popular lately, and for good reason. It can help with anxiety and sleep issues. It can also ease chronic and/ or joint pain. These effects have been found in both humans and dogs…
Fourth of July is coming up, and we all know what that means. Picnics, barbecues, friends, a long weekend, and… FIREWORKS. While most of us love fireworks, some dogs find them terrifying. Is your dog afraid of fireworks? Find out some reasons why and what you can do to help them get through the holiday […]
Are you planning on traveling with your dog this summer? Maybe you’re taking your dog on an adventure? Check out these tips to make sure you’re prepared and have everything you need to have a great trip. Plus, read to the end to find tips for keeping your pet calm while traveling.
With warmer weather, you and your dog will likely be spending more and more time outdoors. Spring and summer are a great time for hikes, swimming, and just hanging out in the park or backyard. However, there are a few things to watch out for when your pet is spending time outdoors.
We all know about the dangers of climate change at this point. And most of us are doing just about everything we can to limit our effects on the environment. But what about our pets?
Dog owners know very well about all the love and joy their pets bring into their lives. But the benefits of owning a dog go far beyond even what most pet owners could explain. Our furbabies give us a sense of purpose and well-being and help us stay socially connected. There are even many physical benefits of owning a dog!
Just because you live in an apartment, tiny house, or other small space doesn’t mean you can’t own a dog. If your heart is set on an enormous breed like a Burmese Mountain Dog or a very active breed like a Great Dane, you might want to reconsider (or be prepared to make some big changes to your home and/ or lifestyle).