A dog carrier can be an essential addition to your dog supplies whether you are traveling or going to the vet. Here’s how to choose the right dog carrier:
Dark conditions mean it can be hard for you & your dog to see and for others to see you. Here are some safety tips for walking your dog in the dark:
Your dog’s collar is more than an accessory. It can look nice, but it should be comfortable and functional above all. Here’s how to choose a dog collar:
It’s a good idea for your dog to have their own bed, so they have a space that is theirs. Here’s how to choose a dog bed:
When it comes to comparing a dog collar vs dog harness, which is better for your dog? Here are a few things you need to know:
There is still a lot we don’t know about bloat, but knowing what to look for can be your best defense. Here’s what you need to know about bloat in dogs.
Storms can create a lot of anxiety for some dogs. Here’s what you need to know about “thunderstorm phobia” and how to calm your dog during a storm.
Breast cancer affects humans, but did you know it can also affect your dog? Here’s what you need to know about breast cancer in dogs.
Gardening is a fun hobby. Use these dog-friendly gardening tips to help protect your dog and also protect all of your hard work in the garden.
It’s hard to see your dog in pain and you want to do everything you can to help make them feel better. Here are a few ways to help an arthritic dog.
Arthritis causes irritation, swelling, & pain in the affected joints. Here are a few signs your dog might have arthritis.
“Dog breath” can be a downer when you’re trying to spend time with your dog. Here are a few ways to reduce bad breath in your dog.