As the holiday season winds down, chances are you’re reflecting on your friends and loved ones. And if you’re like us, one “person” who fits both those descriptions is your sweet dog! In your home, your dog is just another member of the family – one who demands little but gives a lot! As you reflect on the past year and make resolutions for the New Year around the corner, why not take that loving little fur ball into consideration. Here are some resolutions we know your dog wants you to make for 2017.
The holidays are here and if you’ve got everyone on your list crossed out – except your best friend – well, that’s neither holly nor jolly! This time of year, your furry pal deserves some love as well, and we’ve got a couple (or 8) ways to show your dog you care. These fun, festive and doggie specific gifts are exactly what you’re pup has been barking for allll year long.
There’s no place like home for the holidays, but if this year’s festivities are taking you on a journey – whether over the hill to Grandma’s or across the world – chances are you’ve got some pet planning to do. Travel can be hard on dogs, whether they’re coming with you or staying behind with a trusted professional. Here’s how you can make travel a little easier on both of you.
here and you, like most of us, are likely reflecting on those things for which you’re most grateful. And we have no doubt that your beloved dog is likely at the top of that list. Well, that’s for good reason. There are a lot of reasons to be thankful for your pooch. We’ve only got room for 10, but we’re sure you can think of dozens more!
They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Well, the same can be said for man’s best friend! And while you likely try to give your dog only the very best – and healthiest – treats for his canine needs, you could be overlooking one very harmful ingredient – xylitol.
Life gives everyone anxiety now and then, but for some, this condition can be a serious and even debilitating condition. If you suffer from anxiety, you may have already looked into ways you can reduce and work through it. From medications to therapy to – you guessed it – your canine friends, there are several ways to help you curb your anxiety.
All pet lovers love their pets, right? Well, if you’re a particular kind of dog owner, your pet might actually feel a bit more like a family member. Whether you have kids (real, human kids) or not, you might still be pampering and cuddling a little baby – your dog! Here are a few signs your dog is actually your child (and probably the baby child).
He may be your best friend, but you might not know Fido as well as you thought. In fact, there are a whole lot of interesting facts about dogs that are unknown to their owners – until now of course. We’re just here to help you get to know your furry little friend a bit better!
Sure, they say dogs are man’s best friend, but that doesn’t mean that they all share the same capacity for friendship. If you’re looking for loyalty, there are a few breeds that tend to offer it more readily than others. That’s why we’re bringing you our list of the world’s most loyal dogs. Did yours make the cut?
This time of year, you’re likely letting the stars and stripes fly and firing up the grill in anticipation of the 4th of July. And while this is a great time of year for spending time with friends and family and celebrating this amazing country of ours, it’s not always a walk in the park for your pooch.
Sure, he’s man’s best friend, but that doesn’t mean a great relationship with your dog is a given. Every canine is different and some form bonds much more readily (and faster) than others.
If you’re looking to forge a connection that will last forever (and even longer in doggie years), you’ll need to put in a little work. The good news? It’s all pretty fun.
Summer is here and if you’re a sun-worshipper, you’re likely loving the daily warm rays and all the time spent outside. But believe it or not, Fido might not feel the same way. Sure, he loves the trips to the lake and the long afternoon hikes, but the summer months can be a dangerous time for your little (or not so little) ball of fur.
Here’s how to make sure you’re keeping your canine safe this summer.