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 relationship between your dog and child can be the absolute best relationship your child will ever know. It can teach empathy, love, companionship, responsibility and more. Far too often, the potential for this wonderful experience is lost because parents don’t take the time to teach their child how to properly interact with their dog. Here are a few tips to consider:
Man’s best friend should be celebrated every day, but we’re using this month to highlight dog owners. September is Responsible Dog Ownership Month!
August is National Immunization Awareness Month and we wouldn’t be dog owners if we didn’t use this month to promote pet vaccination awareness, as well! Many people understand that their pets need vaccines, but do they truly understand which vaccines dogs need, and when, to be protected against dangerous diseases?
It can be a stressful and heartbreaking time if your beloved pet slips out of the gate or runs out of an open door under your feet. Here are some tips that can help you reunite with your lost pet:
One of the best things about dogs are their individual personalities. Just like humans, some dogs are active and outgoing, while others are more reserved and shy. MLP sales associate, Lauren, has two adopted fur babies and they have two different and fun personalities!
Callie has always grown up with dogs, but has never had one to call her very own. When she moved away to college, she started out easy and got a cat. Four years later, she achieved the title “college graduate” and “dog-mom” in the same month.
Sometimes fate has a way of working out for the better. A case of fate is exactly what brought My Little Puppy sales associate, Maggie, and her dog, Remington James, together. Maggie happened across a woman that owned Remi, a Lhasa Apso, but could no longer take care of him and give him the attention that he needed. Remi was also bullied by the other two dogs that the lady owned. Maggie agreed to take in Remi to see how things would go. Fast forward almost a year and a half later and the two are inseparable!
Dogs are such a blessing to their owners, and the more the merrier. Kennedy, one of the sales associates at My Little Puppy, has an entire troop at her house and they keep her busy.