Unless you’ve been completely shut off from the world, you’ve heard about the pandemic caused by the recent strain of Coronavirus. With many working from home, people are left wondering how to keep their dogs occupied or even if petting their dog is safe. This article was originally published on March 20th, but new information has required an update. (6/26/20)Read More
Any pet owner will agree that a dog’s health should be on their list of top priorities. That’s one of the reasons why you can’t just give them any type of dog treats or dog food. To know which treats are suitable for your dog, start by checking the ingredients listed at the back of every packaging. You can’t just rely on whatever your dog likes. It has to taste good, and it has to be beneficial for your buddy.Read More
You want your dog to have the best of the best, from food to toys to a nice comfy bed. But when it comes to keeping your furry friend hydrated, you likely don't worry too much about what kind of water you give them.Read More
However, even if you mean well, the water you offer your pet could cause health issues like vomiting, reproductive failure, and poisoning. Therefore, you must ensure the safety and health of the water before offering it to your furry pal.
Divorce is never easy, and it can stress out all of your family members, even down to your dogs. While the transition period after a divorce can be chaotic and uncertain, it’s up to you to make sure that your entire family, including your beloved pup, feel supported and safe. And though your dog might not understand quite what’s going on, there are many ways you can help him with this transition.Read More
Unless you're in a group of meddling kids that drives around solving mysteries, understanding what your dog is thinking may seem impossible. Luckily for us, dogs have many tells into what's going on in their minds; we just need to pay attention to their body language.Read More