We’re in the heart of the holiday season, and that means more dinners and meals with the ones we love, including our pups! While you’re chowing down, your pooch may give you third-degree puppy-dog eyes, so it’s good to know what holiday foods are canine-friendly and what keep away from them. You should check with your veterinarian about what foods are okay for your specific dog, but here are some suggestions on pet-friendly holiday grub.
We might think of winter as a time to keep our pups indoors. But a lot of dogs love the cooler weather and have winter in their DNA! If you live in a colder climate, our puppy specialist Callie Woods has a list of chill pooches that love a good snow day!
The winter months can make regular exercise more of a challenge for 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.