These pups are going all out for the holiday. They’re ready for eight nights of fun and family, and hopefully some kosher treats.. How cute are these Hanukkah dogs?!
If you’re thinking about gifting someone a puppy for Christmas or bringing one home to your family, you might want to stick with traditional presents instead. Your bundle of joy can become a holy terror if you’re not prepared. Here’s what you should know about Christmas puppies.
Do you know a dog who loves to live in the future? With the holidays on the way, now is a good time to shop for the latest tech for the dog lover in your life. Here are a few holiday gift ideas for the tech geek pup who needs all the latest dog gadgets.
Pet hazards lurk in festive foods, decorations, and schedule and environment changes. Take the following precautions this Thanksgiving, as you could suffer emotional and financial stress caused by a pet’s holiday health crisis if you’re not careful.
Does your dog like to be in the kitchen while you’re cooking for Thanksgiving? The dogs in these pictures are ready to celebrate Thanksgiving with you any way they can, especially if it involves gobbling up some dropped treats. Happy Turkey Day!
Fetch is a great form of both mental and physical exercise. When structured properly, it’s also a terrific way to practice impulse control and consistent obedience. If your dog doesn’t know how to play fetch, don’t worry. Just about any dog can learn with a bit of training.
Is chewing a destructive behavior? Here’s the simplest answer: Only if your dog is chewing on the wrong thing. Making sure your dog chews only on appropriate things will help keep them–and your belongings–safe. Here are a few ways you can redirect your dog’s chewing and put a stop to the unwanted behavior.
Are you looking for fun, themed cocktails for your holiday party? Check out these ten delicious dog-themed cocktails that will give any holiday party lots of bark! Your human guests will definitely “stay” with these pup-inspired libations, and they’ll want to “fetch” a few more!
November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month! As our dogs get older we often see different age-related ailments that can cause our pups pain and discomfort. If you’re considering bringing home a sweet, old pooch this month, we’ve got a few tips that will help when it comes to caring for your senior dog.
A trained PTSD service dog can provide a sense of security and have a calming effect on veterans, help with episodes of depression, anxiety, and PTSD, and they can also be loving companions. Additionally, organizations train them to respond to PTSD episodes and help bring their humans back to a relaxed state.
Some service members have spent weeks, months, or years apart from their families, including their dogs. So it’s no wonder that their furry companions are so happy to see them when they return home. Here are some heartwarming videos of soldiers reuniting with their best friends in honor of Veterans Day.
Diabetes insipidus and diabetes mellitus are two different types of diabetes in dogs, and both can be serious if left untreated. Diabetes insipidus is also known as “water diabetes” and is the more rare form. It’s not related to diabetes mellitus in canines, which is also known as “sugar diabetes.”
If you’re thinking about adoption, the advantages to bringing home an older dog are many. If the dog you’ve had since puppyhood is now approaching their golden years, it’s important to keep doing the things you’ve always done together. Here are a few things you should know about senior dog care.
November is designated as Pet Diabetes Month. It’s a month to help educate pet owners about the symptoms, treatments, and management of diabetes in our furry friends. The goal is to raise awareness and help pet owners recognize diabetes in their animals so they can seek appropriate treatment.
November is National Adopt A Senior Pet Month–a month dedicated to helping older pets find loving forever homes. If you care about sweet senior animals, help spread the word throughout November. We can help older pets find homes together. Here’s what you should know about older pets.
You might want to take your pup out trick-or-treating with the family or stay home to hand out treats to kids in costumes. Either way, make sure you take all the necessary precautions to have a safe and happy holiday. Here are a few tips for keeping your dog out of danger on Halloween night.
Halloween costumes might not be so fun for our precious pups. Luckily, there are a few signs you can watch out for to tell how your dog feels about wearing a costume. Here are a few tips for translating your dog’s body language on Halloween.
One of our DogTime fans has questions for Dear Labby about her new dog’s fear of Halloween commotion! Is it okay to ward off Trick-Or-Treaters who might upset her pooch? Dear Labby has the answer!
The good news is it’s fairly easy to teach an old dog this new trick. In fact, adult dogs are usually easier and faster to housetrain than puppies, especially if you use a crate. Follow these tips for housetraining adult dogs!
In Nepal, the festival, called Tihar, celebrates the triumph of light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. Nepal dedicates the second day of these festivities to celebration of the special relationship dogs have to humans.
Most dogs would rather skip bath time, but bathing plays an important role in the health of your dog’s coat and skin, helping to keep your dog clean and free of dirt and parasites. Here are a few FAQs and answers about giving dogs baths that should help you get started.