How to teach a senior dog new tricks

Think you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Wrong! There are tons of tricks that are great to teach older dogs. What’s more teaching your senior dog new tricks can help him stay sharp, healthy, and excited about life, and keep your bond strong. Training older dogs and teaching…

How to Go on a Road Trip with Your Dog 

There’s nothing quite like taking to the open road and going on an adventure, whether it be a road trip for vacation, or something more mundane like going to see friends and family who happen to live a bit further out. Whatever the case, there’s something about the feel of…

New Reading Ordinance Prohibits Tethering Dogs Outside

  Earlier this week in Reading, a new ordinance was unanimously passed that prohibits tethering pets outside for a long period of time. While you can still tether your dog outside a café while you grab your morning coffee or during a quick trip to the market you cannot have your…

Homemade dog food recipes

Do you ever wonder how dogs feel about being fed the same commercially manufactured kibble day in and day out? Even if your dog’s food tastes absolutely wonderful to him (who knows what the Big Dog Food companies do to ensure that?! Do they use doggie consumer focus groups?), making…

How to safely hike with your dog

Many dogs love a good hike, and bringing your pooch on an outdoor excursion can add a new layer of fun to any hike. However, if you take your dog hiking you must bear in mind that dogs have different needs than humans do, and be prepared to accommodate your…

Dog Park Etiquette

  Keep an out On both your dog and your surroundings. This will keep your dog safe and the other dogs and owners around you. Make sure your dog is comfortable at all days and always within sight. Though many dog parks are fenced in and secure, you should still…

How to care for your sick pup

  We all feel can get the sniffles or a cough during the winter. Your dog can also feel under the weather. If your pup isn’t feeling like themselves here are a few tips to comfort and help them heal during their sick day. What to feed them? If your…

How to keep your pup safe and happy on snowy days

Dogs love snow just as much as their owners. This means some roll around on the first snowflake while others step the right paw out and immediately step their right paw back in. If you and your pup are a little more adventurous you should consider keeping you and your…

Great products to keep your pup cozy this winter

Winter can be a lot of fun for you and your pup. Snowball fetch, blustery hikes, and snuggling up for a movie night is a great way to spend this chilly time with man’s best friend. Just like you, dogs can feel the winter chill. Here are a few products…

How to deal with your pooch shedding

  February to March is when dogs shed a lot. This can be uncomfortable for you, your family, and your pup. Here are a few days to keep your home somewhat hair-free without having to shave your pooch. Brush regularly If you brush your pup every day before bed this…

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