Traveling with your dog can be fun. If your travels take you to “The Badger State”, use this Wisconsin dog-friendly travel guide to start your research.
For some dogs, winter weather and cold temperatures are the perfect conditions. Here are a few dog breeds that love winter:
If you’re planning to visit “The Centennial State”, use this Colorado dog-friendly travel guide to plan a trip both you and your pup can enjoy together.
Cold temperatures, chemicals, & more, winter can pose a lot of hazards to both you & your dog. Here are some winter dog dangers all dog owners need to know:
When your dog has to go, it can seem like a performance. Knowing how dogs choose their bathroom spots may help shed some light on this weird behavior.
You bundle up to go outside when the temperatures drop, so why not do the same for your dog? Here’s how to buy the right dog coat.
Cushing’s Disease is a hormone imbalance disorder where the body produces too much cortisol. Here’s what you need to know about Cushing’s Disease in dogs.
Teaching your dog to respond to hand signals is handy and helpful to communicate with them. Here are are some useful hand signals you can teach your dog:
If you’re headed to the Midwest to visit “The Hoosier State”, use this Indiana dog-friendly travel guide to start your research and planning.
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.
If you’re headed to the “Tar Heel State”, use this North Carolina dog-friendly travel guide to plan an adventure both you and your dog can enjoy together.
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.