Helpful Tips and Articles for Dog Owners
Being a dog owner can be full of challenges and learning new things that help make life with your fur baby easier is what this board is all about.
Have you ever heard of seasonal depression in pets? Yes, you read that right. Pets can get seasonal depression too, just like humans do. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s everything you need to know about seasonal depression in pets – including the signs, when to call your vet, and the not-so-scary treatment options for your four-legged friends.
With the holidays here, many people think of bringing that cute puppy home as a Christmas gift. The kids think they want a puppy, so what better gift can you give them than a puppy for Christmas? Before you do though be sure to think through these 10 things to find the best type of pup for your family!
As we head into Thanksgiving week, it’s important to think about the safety of your dogs. It’s actually always important to think about their safety, but holidays can be a very exciting and busy time, so there are additional things to be mindful of when it comes to your furry loves.
Dog excitement can be so cute. Okay, but what if it gets out of control and he actually gets over excited? And how do you calm an over excited dog? I've done a lot of research on the topic of dog hyperactivity and dog over excitement. And I found out that there are almost always the same few reasons causing a dog to get out of control. The most common reasons that get your dog over excited are: overstimulation, stress, your behavior, excess energy and conditioned behavior.
Before gardening to your hearts content this year, take a look at some flowers that are non-toxic and safe around your dog. Take a look at the Colorful Flowers You CAN Plant in A DOG-SAFE Garden. Be wary of the flowers that are poisonous to your furry friend. No worries though, we have a large list of gorgeous flowers that YOU CAN Plant in your garden, because they are Safe for your dog. #dogs | toxic flowers for dogs | dog safe flowers | dog friendly garden |
Take the time to wash & disinfect the following: Kennels/crates, Beds, Blankets, Leashes, Collars, Food & water bowls, Poop bag holders, Food containers, Medication & supplement bottles, Treat bags, Toys. You’ll want to wash their beds & blankets just because they’re dogs and they can be stinky, but the other things are all items you touch frequently, so giving them a good clean could be helpful.