Some dog harnesses are meant for everyday use with dogs on walks, but there are also dog harnesses for training purposes, for service dogs, or for use in the car. ere’s what you should know about a few of the different types of dog harnesses you can buy.
Maybe you’re doing some spring cleaning, or maybe you’ve got a kid at home who has outgrown some of their toys, and it’s time to get rid of old junk. Recycle those old kids’ toys as dog toys instead of throwing them out!
You might not think of it, but depending on your dog’s fur, you will likely need a specific kind of brush. There are many different kinds of dog brushes for many different types of coats, and it can be tough to know how to pick the right one. Here’s a quick guide.
While dogs are natural den animals, not every dog likes being placed in a crate. There are some alternatives that might work better if your dog has anxiety about crating. It may require trial and error to find one that makes your dog comfortable.
A lot of first-time dog owners may not realize all of the little things they need to help keep their dog happy and healthy. This guide has great holiday gifts for new dog owners, be they necessity or simply too fun to pass up.
Alexa may be notorious for helping you control things around the house remotely, but dog owners can have better use for it. Amazon’s home virtual assistant can be a great tool to assist you with its various skills and functions to benefit you and your dog.
Usually pet subscription boxes deliver new products for you and your dog to try each month. But there are some things you should consider before choosing one of these services for your pooch.
Sometimes we can forget that our pups can get sunburns, just like us, and that can lead to skin damage, secondary infections, and skin cancer. A fur coat isn’t always enough protection from the sun’s harmful rays. Here’s what you should know about using sunscreen on your dog.
Dog beds can be simple or fancy, expensive or homemade, and everything in between. How do you pick the right dog bed for your pup when there are so many on the market? Does your pooch even need a dog bed? Here’s a guide to answer your questions!
It felt horrible to fill my trash can with disposable potty pads so one day I decided to do an internet search to see if there were any other options for someone like me. That’s when I found these washable wee wee pads.
Buying toys for your dog can be a whole lot of fun, but it can also quickly burn a hole in your pocket if you have a dog who loves to chew. Here are a few of the best durable dog toys that will last a while.
My dog, Chance, hates baths, and no shampoo will change that. However, I can at least use a shampoo that keeps his skin and coat healthy. I had the opportunity to review Oxyfresh Pet Shampoo, and here’s how it went.
Amazon Prime Day starts on July 16, 2018, and it’s a barking good day for dog lovers to catch some great deals. There are plenty of things you can do right now to make sure you’re getting the most out of the sale.
Invisible fences for dogs are cheap, adaptable, electric barriers that usually keep dogs from crossing property lines, but they have some serious drawbacks.
We all know there are a lot of benefits to ordering your pet supplies online, most important, it leaves your more time to actually spend with your pup!
Some dogs don’t care about toys, and no amount of jumping up and down with a new squeaky toy is going to generate much interest. But most dogs love them–toys can provide comfort, exercise, mental stimulation, and camaraderie.
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Lean breeds such as greyhounds and whippets, toy breeds, and arthritic or old dogs enjoy warmth.
Collars and harnesses are made of the same materials and serve the same purpose — attaching your dog to a leash. But they work in different ways and some dogs will do better with one versus the other.
What items should I include in my dog’s first aid kit?