My doggy holiday gift ideas go beyond sparkly leashes and brand-new collars to items that I’ve used myself and believe can really help your pet thrive. I wanted to share them with you because, after all, what could be better than helping your best buddy live their happiest, healthiest life this holiday season?
Now that summer is here, you might be wondering what activities you can actually do with your best furry friend. Well, wonder no more—I’m going to share some of the awesome activities that are waiting for you and your dog this summer.
Your best buddy doesn’t bounce up to greet you quite as quickly as they used to.They don’t run as much as they once did, and when they do, they sometimes have a little hitch in their stride. How can you help them?
Recently, I was looking up the most common reasons for dogs to go to the vet. I was shocked: turns out chronic kidney disease is one of the top 10 reasons. Most dogs don’t even show symptoms of chronic kidney failure until 70-75% of kidney function has been lost! If you’re wondering if your dog has chronic kidney failure, there are some common symptoms to look out for:
The stress of tax time is finally over. Your return has been filed, and maybe—hopefully!—you’re getting a refund. If so, why not take some of that refund and buy something for that special little someone who gives you so much unconditional love and joy all year long?
Puppies. They bring a smile to the faces of everyone who sees them. Adorable, playful, and energetic, puppies offer us unconditional love, make us laugh, and entertain us with their antics.
February is Pet Dental Health month, and what better way to celebrate than by helping your dog or cat get shiny teeth and healthy gums, without paying big bucks to get their teeth professionally cleaned? That’s right: there’s an easy way to improve your pet’s oral health that is safe, natural, and effective—raw meaty bones.
If you’re looking to change your pet’s life for the better, this is perhaps the single greatest thing you can do for them.
A safe, effective, easy way to ease your dog’s stress.
There’s an issue facing dogs that, while not very well known, can be fatal. And this issue, my fellow dog parents, is zinc deficiency.