All dog lovers should check out the amazing sales during Amazon Prime Day. Get great deals on dog supplies that you use year round! Or, shop for a gift for the dog or dog lover in your life.
We, as pet parents, are responsible for how much our dogs eat and exercise. So if a dog becomes obese, are humans to blame? And is this really just another form of pet neglect? Should we intervene if we see such neglect? Here’s what you should know about obesity in pets.
October 1st is National Black Dog Day! It’s a day to get the word out and encourage people to adopt black dogs, who often get left behind in shelters just because of the color of their fur. Here are ten reasons why you should adopt a black dog.
For National Black Dog Day, lets all take a closer look at black dogs and make sure that next time we are in a shelter or rescue, we aren’t passing up those beautiful black coats unintentionally. Here are 30 beautiful black dogs on Instagram!
Mark this year’s World Rabies Day, September 28th, by making sure your pets are up-to-date on their rabies vaccinations, and encourage friends and family to do the same for their pets. Help us spread the word to promote prevention and raise awareness around the globe.
Sometimes the canines we meet in video game adventures are friends, sometimes they’re foes, and sometimes they’re heroes. From loyal to lovable, creepy to courageous, here are some of the most awesome pups from your favorite video games!
Hug Your Hound Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in September each year. In 2020, the holiday falls on September 13th, so get ready to give your dog a hug! But only if they enjoy it, of course. Here’s how you can teach your dog to give hugs and what you should consider before you begin.
With Holistic Pet Day coming up on August 30th, you may be looking out for some alternative treatments that can spare your pup from side effects and, just maybe, spare your wallet from losing weight. Here are five more natural home remedies for your pup.
August 28th is Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day — a day to celebrate the lives of the dogs and other pets who touched our lives and are no longer with us. Whether or not you believe in the Rainbow Bridge, this day is a good opportunity to think about the dogs who’ve been so special to you and to honor their memories.
August 26th is National Dog Day! Of course, every day is Dog Day if you have a loving pooch at home. However, we can always use another excuse to go above and beyond for the canines who show us love all year long.
August 26th is National Dog Day! Maybe every day is Dog Day in your home, but we’ll take any excuse to go above and beyond for our pooches. Dogs do so much for us all year long. It’s only right that we take a day to honor our besties and do a little something extra for them.
A dog’s smile can brighten our whole day. So we’re honoring our pups on National Dog Day with photos of some of the best doggy smiles around.
National Dog Day is designed to “bring attention to the plight of animals and encourage adoption.” That’s obviously a very worthy aim — but how about we twist things up a little and suggest a bunch of non-traditional ways you and your pooch can bring attention to the goals of National Dog Day?
The International Society for Animal Rights (ISAR) established International Homeless Animals Day in 1992, and it falls on the third Saturday in August ever year. The event raises awareness about the overpopulation of dogs and cats that contributes to these animals becoming homeless around the world.
I’m sure a lot of us spoil our dogs every day, but August 10th is Spoil Your Dog Day! It’s a day to give them some extra love! Here are some ways to spoil your dog that are both healthy for you and your pet!
There’s nothing quite like curling up with a good book, and it’s even better when you can curl up with a good pup to hug while you read about dogs. Book Lovers Day is coming up on August 9th, so it’s a perfect time to add to your summer reading list.
Spoil Your Dog Day is on August 10th, and we couldn’t be more ready to celebrate by adoring and pampering our pooches! Our pups deserve to break the rules, get new toys and treats, and be spoiled even more rotten than they already are, just like the dogs in these pictures!
You’ve already stocked up on the latest doggy gifts, and your pup has all the newest gadgets. What else is there to get for your spoiled furry friend? Well, you don’t have to keep breaking the bank. There are plenty of cheap — or even free — gifts you can give your dog that are perfect for the pup who has everything.
August 5th is Work Like A Dog Day — a day to celebrate those of us who are dedicated, tenacious, and hardworking. Certainly that describes many dogs out there, but not these pups. Here are nine dogs who are hardly working instead of working hard.
You may not have heard of “Dogust” yet, but it’s coming up on August 1st! Dogust is the unofficial birthday celebration for all shelter dogs whose exact birthdays are unknown. If you adopted a dog from the shelter and don’t know their exact birthday, then join in on the celebration!
August 3rd is National Watermelon Day — a day to celebrate one of the sweetest, yummiest fruits you can share with your dog. Watermelons are full of vitamins and nutrients that are healthy for your pup! Here are some fun, healthy ways to serve them.