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!
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to run a small zoo? Louise Bartholomew, founder of MyLittlePuppy.com, might be able to give you some insight! She is a proud dog mom of eight English Bulldogs that run her house, also known as Bartholomew Bulldogs; Lia 5, Lexi 4, Jules 3, Bean 3, Ruger 3, Moxi 2, Riot 2, and Savy 8 months.
All dog owners know how hard it is to sleep at night listening to the sound of your dog repeatedly licking his paws or shaking his head. Why is he doing that? He may also be showing other symptoms such as hives, or red and itchy skin. Maybe you’ve witnessed excessive scratching, or him rubbing his body against furniture or face into the carpet? Chances are he is allergic to fleas, or something in his diet or environment, and needs your help.
This may seem like a trivial subject, however, there are a lot of things to consider when choosing a dish for your dog.
Most pet supplies stores offer various styles, costs, materials, sizes, and heights. How do you decide what would work best for you and your dog lifestyles?
As a dog owner, it is important to know which toys are best for your dog, and why they are beneficial. Take into account not only the health and physical benefits of a new toy, but also the intellectual perks! This list breaks down the most popular kinds of toys, and why they are loved by our four-legged friends!
We’re just entering 2018, and most of us are starting the New Year writing resolutions. But resolutions can involve more than improvements for ourselves. We can make resolutions that involve our dogs, too. Here are fresh ways to approach the new year with your pup.
We’re just a few weeks into 2018 and most of you are hopefully sticking to your diets, workout plans, and keeping your budgets tight. Have you considered your puppy’s resolution? January is an important month for new puppy owners, it’s National Train Your Dog Month! So help start your four-legged friend down the right, “good boy”, path this year!
This is Part 3 of our chat with Louise and Ryan, our puppy experts. They talk about pricing of our puppies, how they can help find a specific breed and being there for puppy advice.