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!
Phobia’s don’t only effect humans. One of the most common phobias that dogs suffer from is thunderstorm phobia. The signs are clear and should not be ignored!
September is National Disaster Preparedness Month and we want to remind pet owners about something that can easily be forgotten during extreme weather: a plan for your pet. Disasters can happen without warning so it’s important to prepare in advance.
These days, dog owners are given an overwhelming array of options, all claiming to be the best dog food on the market. Researching through the different brands to find the most affordable, healthy and tasty for your dog can be stressful. Here are a few things to consider when shopping for kibble.
Pet ownership is a large emotional – and financial – commitment. One of the biggest reasons people abandon their dogs is because they can’t afford to keep them. Here are a few tips to pinch some pennies when it comes to your canine
Senior dogs hold a special place in our hearts and have different care requirements than young pups. Genetics, nutrition and environment all play a big role in how fast your dog ages.
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?
Some dogs are natural couch potatoes, while others require extensive exercise and stimulation to keep them under control. Check out this list to see which breed is best for you before you purchase your next pooch!
Playful dogs are a lot of fun, but an over-hyper dog can be problematic. Most of the time, the issue stems from boredom or a lack of stimulation. To address the situation, you need to assess the kind of activity your dog gets and the ways you’re interacting with him. Here are some simple tips you can try at home to help calm down your pooch.
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: