Easter baskets and bunnies may be mostly for human kids, but your dog doesn’t have to miss out on all the Easter festivities. An Easter egg hunt is a great way for your dog to use their nose, get some exercise, and enjoy the spring weather!
March is National Poison Prevention Awareness Month. While it’s not something we like to think about, many things in our homes are toxic to dogs. Here are tips from vets and specialists to keep your dogs safe.
February 22nd is officially Walking The Dog Day! Remember, it’s extremely important to a dog’s health to make sure they have daily exercise, so make walking a daily part of their routine. Check out these pups going bonkers for walks!
Presidents Day falls on February 15th in 2021. With politics taking over every second of our lives these days, I got to wondering — what if your dog could run for President? Here are ten dogs who I believe have the right skills to be elected President of the United States.
January 24th is National Change A Pet’s Life Day. In honor this day, here are nine heartwarming rescue videos that might make you tear up, but don’t worry because they all have happy endings. Share, spread the word, and help raise awareness!
January 21st is officially Squirrel Appreciation Day! The relationship between dog and squirrel can be one-sided in many cases, but there are also many dog and squirrel friendships that exist. Here are ten videos that chronicle the complex relationship between dogs and squirrels.
You could just go to the store and buy your dog an already made doggy costume, but why not try getting creative with it? Here are ten easy-to-follow video tutorials of DIY dog costumes that just about anybody can make for Halloween, Dress Up Your Pet Day, or any other occasion.
Committing yourself to teaching your dog some tricks is a great New Year’s resolution, but it’s also a fun bonding experience for you and your dog throughout the year. Watch these videos to learn some simple techniques that make it possible for any dog to learn tricks.
Christmas morning means one thing: it’s officially time to open presents! However, it’s not just humans who get to partake in the fun. Your dog is a part of the family, after all, which means they should get to open gifts, too. Here are some of our favorite videos of dogs reacting to their very own presents!
If you’re a dog lover, Christmas means including your pet in the holiday fun. This holiday season, why not try making your own DIY doggy decorations? From ornaments to Advent calendars, there are tons of ways to show just how much you love your dog.
If you can believe it, Thanksgiving is just around the corner. This year, let your dogs get in on the holiday family fun by preparing special Thanksgiving dishes for them. Here are seven safe Thanksgiving-style recipes your dog can enjoy this holiday season!
The holidays are all about sharing food with family, but who says you can’t cook for your dog? They’re your family, too, after all! Whether it’s Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s, or any of the other big fall and winter holidays, your pup deserves a special treat!
November 11th is Veterans Day, a day to honor our brave veterans who made sacrifices for our country to fight and serve in the United States Armed Forces. The dogs in these videos help veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), mental illness, or physical disabilities after coming home.
November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. While the diagnosis of cancer can be very heartbreaking, we wanted to shed light on some happy stories that will hopefully show the sheer strength and will power dogs can have. Here are nine dogs who survived cancer.
October is officially National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month. Here are nine heartwarming stories of adopted shelter dogs that will hopefully inspire you to give a dog a home.
The smell of pumpkin spice lattes, the change in the color of the leaves, sweater weather — they can only mean one thing: it’s officially fall! In honor of the season, here are ten dogs who cannot get enough of one of the best things about fall — jumping in piles of leaves!
Help us share these pups’ stories during Adopt A Less Adoptable Pet Week, September 21st to 27th in 2020. Maybe we can inspire others to give a chance to dogs who normally get overlooked at the shelter!
July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month and serves as an important reminder to make sure your pet stays safe and does not get lost. Even if you believe you’re the safest pet parent in the world, it’s always smart to make sure you have a checklist to prevent your pet from getting lost, just in case.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there, including dog mamas! Mother’s Day in 2020 falls on May 10th and serves as a time to celebrate all types of moms. Whether it’s a human or a doggy mom, all moms deserve to be honored on this special day.
Guide dogs are dedicated to their work, and without them, many could not do simple daily activities that most people take for granted. In honor of International Guide Dog Day, here are nine inspirational stories of how heroic guide dogs have changed the lives of individuals for the better.
April 22nd is Earth Day! Going green doesn’t just apply to us as humans; it also applies to us as dog owners. If you want to live a greener life, it’s important to include your pets in the process. Here’s what you can do to go green.