Fall brings a whole new set of adventures with it; a lovely display of changing colors, the yummiest pumpkin spice lattes, and of course, that glorious smell of rain and mud—lots of mud.
And if you’re a dog parent, this means dealing muddy paws that make your squeaky clean house a pigsty (a small exaggeration, but you know what we mean).
Dogs are loving, playful creatures who need time to chill and relax after rigorous physical activity like playing fetch or going on a run. So when it comes to beds, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach.
From chihuahuas to hounds, there’s a lot of diversity when it comes to dogs. And each breed will have different requirements. The same goes for age: puppies and old-timers have different resting needs and thus, different beds will benefit their sleeping styles.
Is your dog more of a winter pup, or do they spend the season huddled under blankets? Whatever the answer, it’s a good idea to protect your pupper from winter chills.
Most pet parents believe that their animals don’t need winter protection because they have a natural layer of fur to keep them safe—but this isn’t always true. Much like humans, animals—even adorably furry ones—are used to indoor temperatures and find the cold a little hard to bear.
Summer’s in the rearview mirror, so it’s time to take your pupper to the beach one more time before the cold sets in! And if you haven’t been to the beach with your dog-friend before, we’re here to prepare you for how things will unfold.
You see, a trip to the beach is very different than any other kind of trip.
But not to worry! We’re happy to lend a helping hand and walk you through some great tips that will ensure that your doggo enjoys the beach as much as you do!
Most dog-owners know that their dog loves them greatly, but how do you say “I love you” back in a language that your dog would understand? After all, your dog does so much to show that they love you each day.
Whether that’s by bringing you their favorite toy so you can play with them or simply going crazy every time you come home with their tail wagging all over the place, we just can’t doubt our dog’s affection.
There’s nothing quite like the joy of seeing your dog’s face light up when you’re giving them treats. Whether it’s for positive reinforcement or simply because you want to do something nice for your dog, giving treats is an age-old way to reward good behavior and get your dog’s attention.
While we love to spoil our four-legged companions, it’s important to give treats responsibly so you don’t teach them bad habits or encourage obesity.
Here are some important dos and don’ts to keep in mind when giving treats to your dog.