Month: October 2019

This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Table of Contents Autumn is paws-down my favorite season for running with my dog. I have great memories of running with my German shepherd mix, Sasha, through the fall foliage of the east coast, where I live, from New York
0 Comments
(Picture Credit: Frank Herholdt/Getty Images) Some people say that dogs reflect their owners’ overall appearances. Now, science has explored this one step further and found a specific, more troubling connection in the way dogs look like their humans. Research shows that overweight dog owners tend to also have heavier dogs. Many humans gain weight due
0 Comments
Table of Contents Even though most of us feel strongly that our dogs are members of the family, the truth is that, no matter how much we want them to be, dogs are not human. And that truth can sometimes hurt (literally!), especially when it comes to resource guarding. What is resource guarding in dogs?
0 Comments
This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Celebrate Halloween with your dog —minus the sugary treats! We love these new Halloween dog toys with their clever designs, quality materials, and interactive elements. Whether your dog is a rope tugger or a puzzle toy aficionado, there’s something here they’ll enjoy (or slobber on, as the
0 Comments
(Picture Credit: Micah Marshall / EyeEm/Getty Images) Popcorn is one of the staple snacks we like to have, especially when it’s a movie night. And who might be there lingering beside us hoping to get a few dropped pieces of popcorn that we scarf down in bunches? It’s our beloved pooches, of course! But as
0 Comments
This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. We cherish our relationship with our pets, but it’s not always appropriate to bring them wherever we go. A tried-and-true way to keep the bond with our pets close to both heart and mind at all times, as well as share our love of pets with others, is
0 Comments
Last year, Trader Joe’s debuted an advent calendar just for dogs. This year, America’s favorite grocery store is doubling down on pet parents by introducing an advent calendar exclusively for cats. Weird or wonderful? The adorable dog advent calendar featured salmon and smoked sweet potato treats last year and retailed for $6. TJ’s received so
0 Comments
This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. It’s time for your dog’s bath. You’ve got your towels waiting, the doggy shampoo is ready to go, and everything you need is at your fingertips…except your dog, who’s hiding under the bed. If your dog hates the bath, you’re not alone. Your dog isn’t the first
0 Comments
This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Table of Contents Let’s face it—picking up dog poop just stinks. Unfortunately, while no one likes to do it, in most places it’s got to be done. Dog poop is not only messy and stinky, but it’s also becoming a huge headache that’s affecting the quality of life
0 Comments
Take your trick or treats to the next level with this simple and healthy dog treat recipe featuring easy-to-digest pumpkin puree and oat flour. This recipe is easy to roll and cut out with your favorite seasonal cookie cutters and takes food coloring well for a festive basket of fun for all your dog’s friends
0 Comments
Beagles are one of the top ten most popular dog breeds in America and are adored for their curious, warm personalities. Beagle puppies especially turn heads with their cute looks, too! These dogs have nosed their way into the cultural zeitgeist, appearing as a fighter pilot named Snoopy in the Peanuts comic strips and in
0 Comments
Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Nuts, often a staple during the holiday season, present an easy opportunity for your dog to come along and have a munch. Nuts are delicious, wholesome, and natural, but are they good for dogs? We’ll explore which nuts are occasionally okay for dogs to eat—and which nuts are
0 Comments
This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Table of Contents Everyone always talks about how cats aren’t kind to human furniture—so much hair, so much scratching. But then again, cat furniture isn’t always appealing, especially not the kind you’re probably thinking of (you know, the tall, strangely shaped tower covered in banal beige carpet).
0 Comments
This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Keeping up with an active, outdoors-loving dog can sometimes feel like a full-time job. Whether your pup enjoys a good roll in something stinky, loves to get lost exploring in and out of bounds at the dog park, or simply likes to get wet, you need high-performance
0 Comments