Shopping for new duds is a great winter activity to get you out of the house – and these days, clothes shopping isn’t just for people. Pet fashion is continuing to evolve and there’s no shortage of sassy sweaters and cunning coats to choose from.
A new year isn’t just an exciting restart for humans, it can be a great time to set goals for your dog, too! Here are a few resolutions you can make to help your pet thrive in 2019.
With a few months left of winter, the cold temperatures are staying steady. News channels are highlighting winter weather and frigid temperatures across the country. It might be a good idea to brush up on cold weather tips to keep your dog safe and comfortable.
The most wonderful time of the year is here with Christmas just a few weeks away. While you’re out and about finding gifts for your friends and family, don’t forget to think about your favorite pup! Here are some holiday gift ideas that will have you and your dog jumping for joy.
Rottweilers seem like dangerous dogs, but raised properly, these gentle giants make great pets. Here are a few fun facts to help you better understand the breed.
The winter months can make regular exercise more of a challenge for most people, let alone their pets. But it’s important to keep your dog active year-round to make sure they’re happy and healthy. Here are some tips on how to prep your dog for winter, and fun ideas on indoor and outdoor activities.
Yorkshire Terriers, or Yorkies, are known to have a big personality packed into a small body. Here are a few fun facts about this energetic breed.
Yorkies were originally bred to hunt rats and keep homes and workplaces rodent-free. Their compact size is perfect for squeezing into small places and their fierce personalities helped them fearlessly take on their prey.
Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and feasts. Three things your dog is probably looking forward to! However, it’s important to keep in mind some simple ways to ensure your dog stays safe during the holiday season. He probably wouldn’t be too thankful if he gets sick off table scraps or a left out spiked eggnog drink. Check out these tips for having a Thanksgiving that your pets can enjoy, too.
There is nothing easy about receiving a cancer diagnosis, after all, pets are family. The sad truth is that most of the time, cancer is not preventable. The good news is that pets today have a better chance of being successfully treated for cancer than they did before, thanks to advances in early detection, diagnosis and advanced medicine.
Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs. It is estimated that 1 in 4 dogs will develop cancer, which is the same chance of cancer among men. It is also predicted that half of dogs over the age of 10 will develop cancer. Dogs can develop a variety of cancers and most are very similar to those found in humans. We’re here to help navigate through the stressful and emotional times before and after a diagnosis.