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It feels like the stars align when you finally get to take your dog home and you probably picked up every adorable toy you could find in the store when you first got them. After a while they might have a few favorites that they gravitate to or you just can’t decide what to get […]


Our pets are a constant source of joy and amusement in our daily lives so it’s only fitting that on their special day we aim to go above and beyond! Whether you’re a dog parent who picks up a new toy every time you do a grocery run or one who likes to save the […]


After a year of being snuggled on the couch with your dog, we know the separation anxiety is real – for both of you. Dogs are very adaptable creatures so don’t stress too much. Sometimes you just have to leave them at home while you go to work and take care of life’s other responsibilities. […]


Visiting the dog park for your dog is like going to a party where you get to meet cool people and hang out. Dog parks offer a super nice environment where your pup can go off-leash and finally experience a measure of reckless freedom for a while.  However, dog parks also feature the presence of other dogs, hence, the need to behave right, respecting other dogs and dog parents present. So, here are a couple of appropriate dog park behavior tips that you should know about:  Always Be In Control You need to exert your authority as the alpha animal …


Dogs provide us with unconditional love, companionship, comfort, and a whole lot of wet licking too. Your dog’s exciting welcome at the end of a long day does a great deal of cheering you up, and having a pup who relies on you gives you a sense of parenthood.  In addition to these, did you know that owning a dog also does wonders for your health? Studies have shown that owning a dog improves your physical and mental health significantly. Here are some of the most common health benefits of owning a dog: They are Great for Your Heart Perhaps …


Like all insurance, the general idea is that you never want to have to use it, but if you do, it’s there. The same stands for pet insurance. Pet insurance can be a polarizing topic. Before you can make a decision about opting in, you need to know the ins and outs of pet insurance […]


If you talk to any pet parent, they would definitely have something to say about what they did to get their pups where they are now. Some would give you general tips that work, and also mention some that are specific to their pet which they discovered along the line.  However, the fact remains that certain tips are bound to make your journey as a pet parent an extra pleasurable one. And this is exactly what this piece seeks to cover, so, here are some vital ones: Knowledge is Key Before bringing your pet home, it is essential to find …


Needing some time to adjust to a new location also applies to your pet. Matter of fact, it might take a bigger toll on Cecil because she thrives on the familiar; familiar places, intimate knowledge of room locations, all of that stuff.  So, uprooting her from the familiar and taking her to an all-new location might have her acting up; it can even be downright traumatic. This is why you need to make sure that she gets used to the new conditions as quickly as possible. Here are some tips that can help:  Create Familiar Feelings If you’re moving to …


Opening up your home and your heart to a new puppy is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have. The feeling of the warm, fluffy, pulsing mass of life (super adorable puppy in other words), is nothing short of an incredible one.  But before the puppy arrives, you would need to ensure that your home is in the right state to accommodate a puppy. What does this mean? It simply implies that you would need to answer the following questions and tick them off your checklist: Is Your Home Puppy Proof?   The first step before bringing your puppy …


Have Your Dog Work from Home & if you’re thinking “Dog With a Blog” from Disney Channel, that’s not exactly what we mean Dogs were originally domesticated and bred to have jobs. A lot of dogs around the world still do intense work every day; from herding sheep to acting as someone’s eyes and ears […]


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