Canine Car Sickness: What To Do About It

What if your dog suddenly doesn’t feel right during or after a car ride? Dog motion sickness is real, and it can happen even during the shortest car rides. Preventing canine car sickness, and even treating it, can help make that trip to the dog park or anywhere else a lot more pleasant.

by DogTime
19 Hours Ago

How To Keep Your Dog Safe From Mosquitoes This Summer

The summer weather brings a lot of opportunities to have fun outside with your pup, but it also brings mosquitoes. Here are some of the dangers of mosquito bites for dogs, some preventative measures you can take, and some ways to treat mosquito bites on dogs when you spot them.

by Mike Clark
20 Hours Ago

National Best Friends Day: 7 Ways To Celebrate With Your Dog

June 8th is National Best Friends Day, and who better to spend it with than your best furry friend? Of course, we celebrate our love for our dogs all year long, but it’s great to have any excuse to do a little bit extra for our pups and show them how much we care.

by Mike Clark
20 Hours Ago

7 Safety Tips For Boating With Your Dog

Now that the weather is warming up, boaters and dog lovers are spending more time out on the water. There are many potential dangers when boating, so take care of your pooch when you bring them along for a boat ride.

by Mike Clark
May 23rd

Latest News and Reviews

Why Do Dogs Tilt Their Heads?

Most dog owners can tell you that the head tilt means a dog is intrigued and experiencing something out of the ordinary. But why do they do it? Well, there are a few reasons your dog might be doing that adorable tip of the noggin.

by Mike Clark
May 23rd

6 Tips So You Can Relax When You Travel Without Your Dog

There are times when we have to travel and our pups can’t come along for the trip. At some point you have to just trust the Universe and have a good time, and that’s easier to do when you know you’ve taken a few emergency precautions.

by Julia
May 23rd

10 Jobs Dogs Could Do Better Than Humans

There aren’t many people who expect their dogs to go out and get jobs, and that’s a good thing. If dogs entered the work force en masse, a lot of us humans would be out of our jobs because a canine could probably do what we do better.

by Mike Clark
May 22nd

Do We Scare Off Dog Adopters By Talking About Responsibility?

In our efforts to prepare potential dog adopters for the responsibility, are we actually scaring them off? How can we educate and make sure adopters are ready? Here are a few ways we can educate and prepare potential dog adopters without scaring them away from dog ownership entirely.

by Mike Clark
May 22nd
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