Just because you’re stuck indoors doesn’t mean you have to pack on pounds as you and your dog hibernate for the season. You can still stay fit, lose weight, and stick to your New Year’s resolution with these ten workouts that will let your pup help you get in shape while you’re inside where it’s warm.
Walking your dog at night can be challenging, and those challenges might change with the weather and the area where you’re walking. But with a few tips, you can keep yourself and your pup safe on your night time walks. Let’s talk about night walk safety!
For some dogs, a car ride is one of life’s happy experiences—almost as good as a roll in dead squirrel. For others, it’s a nerve-wracking ordeal. If you want to make sure a road trip will be awesome and stress-free, then there are a few tips you should follow when driving with dogs.
Ethylene glycol toxicity in dogs, or antifreeze poisoning, happens when dogs consume the odorless, sweet-tasting ingredient ethylene glycol, commonly found antifreeze. This is a serious condition, and dogs only need to consume about a half a teaspoon of ethylene glycol per pound of body weight for it to be fatal.
The year is coming to a close, and it’s a good time to get in some last minute charitable donations that you can write off when you’re doing your taxes. The non-profit groups on this list help dogs get the care and forever homes they need. You can find easy-to-follow links to make a donation to any group you choose.
If helping dogs, cats, and other animals at your local animal shelter interests you, you’ll have plenty to consider. Don’t worry, though, as there are plenty of opportunities to help out at shelters. There’s bound to be a volunteer position that fits your capabilities.
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Do you live in an area where the weather gets cold in winter? These puppies sure do! They’re playing in their first snow learning all about this wet, cold, white stuff that keeps falling out of the sky. Check out these ten pictures of the cutest puppies playing in their first snow!
Can dogs eat eggs? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat eggs. However, there is some debate about whether they should be cooked or raw, and there are some things you should know before you serve eggs to your dog. You must discuss with your vet before you give your dog eggs.
You’ve already stocked up on the latest doggy gifts, and your pup has all the newest gadgets. What else is there to get for your spoiled furry friend? Well, you don’t have to keep breaking the bank. There are plenty of cheap–or even free–gifts you can give your dog that are perfect for the pup who has everything.
One thing is certain: Archer the dog has the chewing ability of a steel-jawed super mutant canine from the Chomp Dimension. So when we were offered the Earth Animal No-Hide Wholesome Chews, I wasn’t sure how long they would actually last. Here’s Archer’s review!
Some dogs just absolutely love the cold and snow! The dogs in these pictures are running, jumping, and flying through the air, just loving the chilly weather! It’s pretty obvious that they are having so much fun! Do your dogs like the snow?
Can dogs eat corn? The short answer is yes, dogs can safely eat corn. But there are some exceptions and things to consider, like what form of corn you give them and how much you give them. As always, you must ask your veterinarian before sharing human foods with your dog, including corn.
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