Are you looking for the best Dalmatian dog names? Whatever name you choose for your Dalmatian pup, make sure it suits their unique personality. Here are 30 of the best Dalmatian dog names along with pictures from pet parents on Instagram to give you some inspiration!
Aggression can be challenging for dog lovers to understand, and there are many reasons a dog might engage in aggressive behaviors. Usually these behaviors are related to specific events, relationships, or environments. Here’s what you should know about canine aggression.
Your yard and gardens are wonderful for relaxing, playing and entertaining. However, they can also be dangerous for your pets. Follow these top safety tips to keep your furry friends happy and healthy when they go outside.
A puppy shower is a fun event where you can introduce your new dog to the humans they’ll come to know and love. It’s also a great chance for your puppy to get some valuable socialization. Of course, any good party starts with invitations.
By definition, punishment is meant to be unpleasant. However, it’s extremely disturbing that this unpleasantness is overly frequent and overly extreme. Sadly, many uneducated trainers resort to punishment, which is really defeating the purpose of training to begin with.
Are you looking for the best Golden Retriever dog names? Maybe you’ve just adopted a gorgeous Golden, or maybe you’re thinking about bringing one of these sweet pups home soon. We’ve got Golden Retriever names for boy dogs and girl dogs that capture the sunny and playful personality of the Golden.
Have you made any New Year’s resolutions for you and your pet? Commit to improving your pet’s health by scheduling regular veterinary exams. They’ll help you keep your pets in good shape, make any necessary changes, and catch any medical conditions early.
January is National Train Your Dog Month, so make a resolution to learn something new with your four-legged friend. Help spread the word all throughout the month of January. Here’s what you need to know about National Train Your Dog Month.
This is the year to let your dog make your New Year’s resolutions for you. After all, your pup’s lifelong endeavor is to be your loving, loyal companion. The least you can do this year is bring an extra wag or two to their world.
Here’s one of my recommendations for a New Year’s resolution that will optimize the quality of life of your canine or feline companion. Set attainable and sustainable activity goals for yourself and your pet. Commit to doing physical activity on a daily basis.
I’ve asked the Treat Lady repeatedly to stop giving cookies to my well-fed dog, but she still slips him treats when she thinks I’m not looking. The other park-goers look at me as if I’m attacking the lady’s character when I ask her to stop, but really I just don’t want her feeding my dog. Help!
Do you want to take professional-looking photos of your dog? We asked pet photographer Mark Rogers for his best tricks for taking high-quality dog pictures–without getting into stuff like f-stops and shutter speed. Here are our favorites tips.
Unlike a baby shower, a puppy shower doesn’t have to be all about gifts, but it is a great way to introduce the pup to their new extended family and friends. Instead of gifts, we recommend puppy shower games!
Santa Claus is coming to town, and some pooches just can’t wait to see what he’s bringing. Toys? Treats? What could it be? These pups won’t get any sleep on Christmas Eve because they’re staying up all night to see Santa and get their gifts!
According to the ASPCA, cold and flu medicines for people could be fatal to your pet. Over-the-counter and prescription pharmaceutical products, used to ease symptoms of winter-time sickness and other ailments in humans, contain ingredients that are deadly to dogs, cats, and other pets.
Dog flu is an illness caused by viral infection that mostly affects the respiratory system. It’s extremely contagious. Because most dogs have no natural immunity against the virus, almost all exposed dogs become infected. Here’s what you should know.
A snow maze is certainly a great way to give pups some exercise. It’ll get the blood pumping and keep them warm. Snow mazes can be especially fun for dogs who don’t get to go for as many walks in winter. It’s tough being cooped up inside all day!
Hypothermia in dogs is an extreme lowering of the body temperature. It happens when pets suffer exposure to frigid temperatures for too long, or if they have wet fur in cold, windy environments. It can be deadly if it goes untreated. Here’s what you need to know.
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.