You can use paw prints of your favorite pooch’s feet for art projects, memorials, or tributes, and they can be a lot of fun. Here’s how you can take doggy paw prints safely.
One of the more popular and probably more accessible iterations of the new wave of yoga is dog yoga, or doga. This is the practice of yoga in the presence of dogs. Sometimes they may be the practitioners’ own dogs. In other instances, they may be dogs available for adoption. Here’s what you should know about doga.
February 19th is International Tug-Of-War Day! It’s a great day to play tug-of-war with your dog. However, many people wonder if it’s even a safe game to play with their pooches. Here’s how you can play this fun game safely.
Fetch is a great form of both mental and physical exercise. When structured properly, it’s also a terrific way to practice impulse control and consistent obedience. If your dog doesn’t know how to play fetch, don’t worry. Just about any dog can learn with a bit of training.
A walk is a chance for pups to explore the world outside of the house and backyard and spend time with the humans they love. But it can also be an opportunity to try some new things that will keep dogs’ minds active and sharp. Here are some of my favorite brain teaser games to play while walking my dogs.
If you have a dog who absolutely lives for the snow, you may be looking for ways to have fun with them outside during the winter season. There are plenty of activities to enjoy the winter weather, but if there’s snow on the ground, it can be a chance for you and your dog to get creative with play time.
Do you live in an area where the weather gets cold in winter? These puppies sure do! They’re playing in their first snow learning all about this wet, cold, white stuff that keeps falling out of the sky. Check out these ten pictures of the cutest puppies playing in their first snow!
Some pups dread the cold. But there are plenty of indoor activities for you and your pooch to enjoy in the chilly winter months, and you don’t even have to put on your boots. Here are a few fun games and activities you can do without setting foot or paw outside.
Skijoring combines cross-country skiing with dog walking or running. It may not be for every dog, but it might be a good winter activity for the right dog and human to get some exercise through the cold months.
If you’ve got a hyperactive dog who needs to chill before a nap, car ride, vet visit, or for any other reason, you’re probably looking for ways to tire them out quickly. There are plenty of things you can do to burn off some puppy energy that dogs of all ages get sometimes.
Some dogs just absolutely love the cold and snow! The dogs in these pictures are running, jumping, and flying through the air, just loving the chilly weather! It’s pretty obvious that they are having so much fun! Do your dogs like the snow?
The temperatures are warming up, and summer is in full swing. It’s a time for fun outdoor adventures, and for many of us that means camping, especially if we can bring our dogs along. Here are a few tips to get prepared and maximize the camping fun with your dog!
The least we can do for our dogs is to try to make sure they live comfortable, happier lives. And it doesn’t take much to enhance their lives and make them better. Sometimes all it takes is some simple and easy steps that can ensure they will be just as happy as they make us.
Photographer Adriana Mrizek runs Furry Reflections Photography, and after our first photo session, we became repeat customers. She’s great at getting the perfect expression from pets. I was able to talk to Adriana and find out about her work with pet photography.
Ever see a dog fly or catch some waves? What about skateboarding or base jumping? For pet parents who like to do extreme sports, some are also fortunate to find best friends in their dogs who share the same passion for life, like the pups in these videos!
Sometimes you’ll find your dog playing with the most interesting things they can get their paws on. Our beloved pups will always find ways to entertain themselves. Check out these six hilarious dogs who found entertainment value in some uncommon things.
Dogs like to play differently, depending on their breed, age, and of course, their individual personality. Just because your dog hasn’t responded to any of your dog games in the past doesn’t mean they won’t ever play. It just means you haven’t found the right game for your pup yet.
The heroics of dogs aren’t confined to just your television screen. There are many loving and loyal hero dogs out there who have saved the lives of their humans, and we’ve got a few stories that demonstration their courage.
If you have more than one dog at home, I’m sure you’ve seen some sibling squabbling or arguing between them. But if you haven’t seen how two dogs at home interact together, here are a few videos of dogs hilariously talking and arguing with each other. Enjoy!
We love getting outside with our dogs, but sometimes we have to find a few indoor activities for a rainy day. Dog-themed, DIY arts and crafts can give us something to do, and we get to keep our fun tributes to our best furry buddies!
July is National Picnic Month, and with the warm, sunny weather, it’s a great time to have a picnic with your pooch. Picnics can be fun for dogs and humans, but there are safety concerns that you should be on the lookout for.