One of our readers wonders if it would be so bad to let her dog have just one litter of puppies, so long as she can find homes for all of them. Dear Labby has some advice for this dog parent.
It’s Easter season again, and every good dog deserves a visit from the Easter Bunny and a basket full of presents! There are plenty of treats, toys, apparel items, and supplies that are perfect for the holiday and will have your dog hopping for joy.
Now that spring is here and April is bringing its showers, your pup could probably use some fun indoor activities to fight the boredom. Fortunately, there a few things you can do inside — or even outside — on a rainy day that may keep your dog mentally and physically in shape!
One of our readers has a pair of pooches who sometimes fight. Dear Labby has some advice to curb infighting between dogs, prevent a fight from breaking out at all, and stop a fight that’s already started.
If you know what garden chemicals to use with caution and what to steer clear of entirely, you can spare your dog, and yourself, from a frightening ordeal. Here are a few tips for dog-safe gardening and lawn care.
It’s the time of year to start spring cleaning, and dog parents in particular know how difficult that can be. Spring cleaning is a chance to do things right, get organized, and form good habits for the rest of the seasons.
One downside of dog parenting is the damage your pup’s urine can do to your backyard. Dead, brown spots polka-dotting your outdoor living space are unsightly. But what are the right solutions for this common canine conundrum? Try some of these proven strategies.
Time to break out your shamrock sunglasses and green beads! Saint Patrick’s Day is a great time to celebrate with your dog. You don’t have to be an Irish Setter to have fun! Here are 23 dogs who can’t wait to Sham-Rock!
What better way to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day than with one, two, or three… dog breeds! You probably thought I was going to say beers, didn’t you? Lots of dog breeds originated from Ireland, so let’s shine a spotlight on a few of them in honor of Saint Paddy’s Day.
One of our DogTime fans has questions for Dear Labby about a dog who goes wild after bath time. Why does her pup do that? Does she need to change the bath time routine? Dear Labby has the answers for the post-bath zoomies!
One of our DogTime fans has questions for Dear Labby about a dog who ate her money. Will her dog be okay? What should she do? Dear Labby has the answer!
We all think that we know the basics of keeping our pets safe, yet each year there are thousands of pet poisoning cases just in the United States. Here are ten of the most common causes of dog poisonings that all pet parents should know about.
March is National Craft Month! It’s a time to get artsy and use our creativity. If you’ve got an old toy box or chest lying around, now is a good time to recycle it. Make it into a fun DIY dog bed where your pooch can get some rest and relaxation.
Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day is celebrated on February 23rd, and it’s a perfect time to surprise your pup with some yummy biscuits to celebrate. Here are a few recipes that will have your dog barking their appreciation!
National Love Your Pet Day is celebrated on February 20th, and it’s a great holiday to go above and beyond for your dog to show your love. Here are a few ways to go all out to show your dog how much you care.
February is here, and of course that means Valentine’s Day is on our minds! Whether you go out or stay in, make sure you give your dog a big old hug and kiss. Take a look at these pooches who just want to be your Valentine. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Nobody wants to spend Valentine’s Day at the emergency vet. So make sure the love of your life, your furry friend, stays out of harm’s way. Here are a few ways to keep your pet safe on Valentine’s Day.
Large and small breeds of dogs have very different nutritional needs. These needs are about much more than just how much food goes in the dog bowl. In fact, each pet is unique. Your dog will have different dietary needs based on their age, breed, and size.
One of the most important considerations when you decide to take up running with your dog is safety, not just for you but for your canine too. Doing some training to ensure your dog understands basic cues will be essential for both of your safety.
One of our DogTime fans has questions for Dear Labby about seeing blood in her dog’s stool! Should she rush him to the emergency vet, or is this something she can treat at home? Is her pup in danger? Dear Labby has the answers when it comes to dogs pooping blood.
January 14th is Dress Up Your Pet Day, and you may be thinking about dressing your pup up in a cute bow tie or a sweater. But before you dress your dog up, step back and think about your pet. Here’s a quick guide to see if it’s right for your dog and tips for how to celebrate in a safe way.