4 Tips for Your First Dog Walk

Are you excited for your first visit from a dog walker? Don’t forget these helpful tips to make sure your pet’s first dog walk goes smoothly. Tip 1. Make sure your dog has up-to-date tags on its collar. We always want to be prepared for emergencies. Whether your...

Keep Your Dog Active Indoors

It’s that time of year when the weather is either too cold or too rainy for the amount of playtime your dog needs. It’s still important for your dog to get the physical and mental stimulation they need. We’ve compiled some tips to help get your dog busy and active...

Tips for Protecting Your Dog’s Paws in the Winter

Dangers of Ice Melt Salt Sidewalk salt is a common cause of irritated paws in the winter. If you notice your pet’s paws are cracking or excessive licking, this may be a sign the salt is bothering your pet. More seriously, salt is harmful when ingested and can...

Peanut Butter Dog Treat Recipe

Around the holidays, we all enjoy some extra treats. Although our dogs cannot enjoy some of our favorite holiday foods, they can enjoy these dog-friendly peanut butter treats! If you’d like to add an extra treat, try mixing some cranberries into this simple...

Teaching your dog to behave on Walks

Does your dog pull and overpower you, or stiffen up near the end of the walk? When dogs are difficult to walk, it’s not only irritating, but also potentially dangerous. It’s important to have safe and disciplined walks, which may take some leash training to achieve....

Do You Have Time to Care for a New Dog?

Caring for a new dog is no small potatoes. While love and adoration go a long way in being a good pet parent, success in nurturing your new dog ultimately boils down to whether or not you devote time to them. As dog ownership is often a 10-15 year endeavor, its...