This year has been nothing short of a nightmare. But throughout the anxiety and with everything going on in the world, Rowlf has stayed by me, helping me get through it. I don’t know where I’d be without him. Here’s how my dog is helping me during self-isolation.
Luckily, there are many ways you can help your local animal shelter in these uncertain times, as my family found out! We decided to foster during the pandemic, and here’s our story.
Potty training takes time and patience, and it’s inevitable that your puppy will have a few accidents in the house. That’s okay! It’s all part of the learning process. But that doesn’t mean your home needs to be covered in stains and unpleasant smells.
To keep your senior healthy, you might need to switch your old dog’s treats to ones that may be lower in fat, are softer and easier to chew, are beneficial to your pet’s oral health, and contain ingredients that support your pet’s aging joints. Here are five of pet parents’ favorite treats that senior dogs love!
Seasonal changes, medical conditions, and diet can all have an effect on your dog’s skin and coat. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to help your pup out. Here are five products to use to help make your dog’s coat as shiny and healthy as possible!
There are plenty of products that can make your dog’s home dental care routine easier and less stressful for both you and your pooch! Here are a few pet parent favorites for keeping dogs’ teeth clean between professional cleanings.
Potty training can present challenges for new and experienced dog parents alike, especially if your dog can’t or won’t go outdoors. Luckily, there are plenty of products to help your dog have their own place to go potty when they refuse to go outside.
The natural aging process will cause your dog to slow down. Luckily, there are plenty of supplements that can help to ease the symptoms of arthritis pain in your aging dog! Here are five dietary supplements that can help make your senior pooch more comfortable.
Can dogs eat cereal? The answer overall is yes, dogs can eat some cereal, but much like for us humans, there are several types that are less healthy than others for dogs. There are even certain cereals that contain ingredients that are dangerous or toxic to your dog.