You’re absolutely crazy about your dog, and you’re not afraid to show it. But all the treats, toys, fancy collars, and comfy beds can’t let your dog know just how special they are to you. Here are a few ways you can express your love to your dog that they’ll understand.
The nice summer weather brings plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities that will allow kids to form deeper relationships with the dogs they love. Dogs can teach children a lot about compassion, empathy, and responsibility, too.
June 8th is National Best Friends Day, and who better to spend it with than your best furry friend? Of course, we celebrate our love for our dogs all year long, but it’s great to have any excuse to do a little bit extra for our pups and show them how much we care.
Service dogs help with mobility, medical alerts, and emotional needs. However, there are other ways that they can help individuals beyond their usual roles. A new study shows that service dogs may impact people’s lives on an emotional, companionship level.
Do you ever look into your dog’s eyes and feel filled with love? New research from Japan suggests that those loving looks at your dog might be the “oxytocin gaze,” and the feelings of adoration go both ways.
You probably work hard so your dog doesn’t have to. Unfortunately, that also means you probably have to leave your dog home alone. Here are a few ways to make it up to a bored and lonely pooch.