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  • 3 Things You Should Do To Make Sure Your Dog Never Gets Lost

    This past January I experienced the longest five seconds of my life. I fastened a leash on my French Bulldog. I took him out of the car. I turned back to the car to grab something. Then I noticed that the leash was not connected to my dog. I yelled “Oh no! Jameson!” I whipped […]

    August 12, 2016
  • Why Dogs Are Still at Risk for Sunburn, Even Though They Have Fur?

    Ah summer, the wonderful season filled with beach days, weekends at the cottage, and picnics in the park. Unfortunately, if you’re not careful it’s also the season, of blotchy, red, irritating sunburn. We know that sunburns are a serious summertime issue for humans, but what about dogs? As it turns out, despite their fur coats […]

    August 10, 2016
  • 5 Reasons Why Your Dog Loves to Destroy Their Toys!

    We’ve all seen the “dog shaming” photos on social media, showcasing the destruction caused by our loving canines who tore apart their precious toys. Do you ever leave your house only to come back later to a disaster, with your dog sitting idly by as if nothing happened? How about giving your dog toys, and […]

    July 29, 2016
  • 7 Undeniable Reasons Dogs Are A Healthy Part Of A Child’s Development

    We’ve all heard the old (but completely accurate) saying “dog’s are a mans best friend”, but does this ring true for kids as well? While there are tons of proven physical and mental health benefits to owning a pup as an adult, how do our 4 legged friends affect mini adults? Here are 7 reasons […]

    July 26, 2016
  • The Most Popular Dog Names of 2015!

    When you choose the name of your new puppy, what comes to mind? Is it your favorite character on Game of Thrones or the name of your favorite flower (Lily! Daisy!)? Let’s face it, naming your new family member is a big responsibility and you want to make sure the name fits the personality. Check […]

    July 23, 2016
  • 10 Must-Haves for Your New Puppy Checklist!

    You are now the proud caregiver of a new puppy! Over the next several weeks, months, and years you’ll come to learn and experience so many wonderful things. But one of the keys to success is preparation. Make sure you have these puppy checklist items on hand before you’re distracted by a licking, happy ball […]

    July 21, 2016
  • Are You and Your Pooch Good Neighbors? Check Out These 5 Tips for Making Sure!

    Sure, you and your dog are perfect housemates. You give Fido food, and the pooch gives you snuggles. Sounds like it all works out. But are you and your pup good neighbors? If you’re not sure if the folks on your block would say yes, then check out this list and see if you do […]

    July 10, 2016
  • Summer Bathing, Are You Doing It Right?

    For most of us, taking a shower or bath is usually a calming experience. For our pets, however, bathing may be anything but relaxing. Between the water, the noise, the confinement, the scrubbing and the suds, it’s no wonder why your cat or dog may sprint in the other direction of the tub. Unfortunately, grooming […]

    July 8, 2016
  • What to do When Your Dog Just. Won’t. Go.

    We’ve all had those mornings. You know the ones – the alarm didn’t go off, your hot water took forever to heat up, you couldn’t find those pants you wanted to wear today and all of a sudden you’re soooo late and all you need is for your dog to stop sniffing around outside and […]

    June 28, 2016
  • How to Teach Your Kitten to Use a Litter Box

    Training a kitten to use a litterbox is typically easier than training a puppy to go potty outside. Most kittens who are at least 8 weeks old will already know how to use the litterbox, but some kittens, especially younger ones, may still require some help from you. Here’s how to train a kitten to […]

    June 22, 2016