While humans have the choice to go inside and outside as they please, pups are reliant on their owners for protection from dangerous temps. Our pups can’t talk to us to tell us how they are feeling, we must be as aware as possible of their needs.
Here are some hot weather safety tips to keep in mind this summer.
What a year it has been for both humans and canine friends alike. Now, as many of us are winding down our work-from-home lives and returning to the office, our dogs must adjust again to our being absent throughout the day, similar to when they were young pups. To make sure the transition is not so “ruff,” we’ve jotted down some tips from the American Kennel Club to help your dog through separation anxiety.
Spring is in the air and warmer weather is right around the corner. As we become more and more anxious for outdoor adventures with our pups, we also have to be prepared for the sneaky pests who are ready to take advantage: ticks.
Our pups deserve a comfortable, safe, and stable place to call their own! Just as we humans turn to our comfy beds for some rest and relaxation, so too should our pets in their own beds and designated spaces.
While pet owners often place cushiony bedding at the bottom of their pet’s crates, whelping boxes, and/or dog boxes, most don’t realize that big box store cage pads often don’t support all aspects of your dog’s well-being. Instead, pet owners should consider vet fleece, vet bedding that is thick enough to offer support, durable enough to withstand day-to-day use, and more than useful in all stages of their pets’ lives.
Here’s what makes vet fleece better than the traditional cage pads often purchased at big box stores.
Depending on where you live, this time of year can cause dangerous outdoor conditions for humans and canines alike. Housetraining can be a huge undertaking depending on the dog or the trainer. Potty pads are a great steppingstone in the training process, as well as a clean alternative to going outside when duty calls.
The holiday season may be over, but the bitter cold of winter weather is here to stay. As you and your furry friend enjoy outdoor sports and activities, it’s important to keep your dog protected from the winter elements. Here are some tips to keep in mind the next time you and your dog venture into the winter weather.
Keeping your new litter of puppies safe and healthy is one of your top priorities when they enter the world. Here are some helpful tips to make sure you’re well-equipped to provide the best care possible.
In the market for a whelping box? When considering the purchase of a whelping box, there are many factors that play into your decision apart from being a safe, clean and cozy place for your puppies to come into the world. There are charts and recommendations online to start your process, but ideally, your decision comes down to a myriad of options and other considerations.
Raising children along with a dog is a vision many families see as an American dream; providing a consistent friend, a happy face, and a shoulder to cry on for your child. However, raising a puppy with young children can also turn into the opposite of this dream; a constant nightmare. Play biting and nipping, jumping up, excessive barking and house training are a few of the most frequent puppy complaints, often amplified by young children.