If you have a dog you know that there is a lot of poop involved. No one loves to pick up poop – especially when you have to carry it with you – but it is an important part of being a great dog owner.
We are officially in the hottest days of summer, and while it is hot outside our pets still want to enjoy their favorite activities. We like taking a dip in the pool, enjoying a nap in the shade, or savoring a cold drink, our dogs also need ways to beat the heat. The good news is there are ways our dogs can enjoy these things and stay cool, too!
Summer means a few things: more time outside with our pups, stormy weather, and (hopefully) some safe summer travel. June is Disaster Preparedness Month. Whether you have plans to go somewhere new or stay close to home, here are three specific things you can do to be ready in case of an emergency.
While there are many great dog treat options out there, it can be fun to make them at home for your pets! In addition, you can customize the ingredients. These treats are fantastic for both cats and dogs, and they will definitely hold your pet’s attention!
Right now our kids are home more with our dogs, and they may be getting into trouble together! A fun way to get kids involved with your pets is to make some DIY dog toys!
In order to give our dogs their best life, we have to know what to plan for as they age and grow. We want to prepare for their Golden Years before they hit to ensure we are helping them have the best transition into their senior years.
Trips and vacations are always an exciting time, and it is even better if we can share that with our pets! We have some tips to help make the trip go smoother so everyone can enjoy it better.
For many of us who are now working at home, our new four legged coworkers may be feeling the changes more than we are aware. If you’ve noticed some changes with your pets attitude since you’ve been home, the following tips may help them relax and take the change in schedule in stride.
When people think of getting a new pet, oftentimes they think of puppies and kittens, and all the joy that comes with them. But many don’t know that bringing home a senior pet can be just as rewarding as a young pet.