February 14th is Pet Theft Awareness Day–a day to make sure dog owners know the dangers dognappers present to their pooches. We’re spreading a police officer’s advice to help dog lovers make good decisions that can reduce the risk of pet theft.
For outdoorsy dog lovers, hiking with a canine companion is the perfect way to spend a weekend. Its a great way to bond with your pup, but there are plenty of hidden dangers to consider before venturing into the back country together.
Many dog owners underestimate the danger a backyard pool presents and overestimate their new puppy’s swimming proficiency. Puppies are not always born knowing how to swim, so if you’re planning on bringing your pup poolside, keep these safety tips in mind.
It’s getting warm outside, and if you live in a big city, that means street festivals are starting to pop up. Of course, dogs are a pretty common sight at most of these gatherings, but not every dog is suited to the hustle and bustle.
Professional dog training is like family therapy — it’s better to get help before you need it. Training your dog as a team can help strengthen your relationship with your human partner and your dog before it’s too late.
“Double merles are completely preventable and no dog deserves to be born with disabilities,” explains Amanda Fuller, the woman behind the special day for special needs dogs.
The subject of the new book, “Finding Gobi: A Little Dog with a Very Big Heart”, this tiny stray kept pace with ultra marathon runner Dion Leonard as he ran through China’s Gobi Desert last June.
All dogs go, and all that poop has got to go somewhere. Let’s take a look at how we can be good guardians to our pets — and the planet — at home and on the go.
The life was literally being sucked out of her.