Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 at 2:00am. When humans change the clock, it can affect dogs more strongly. Here are a few ways your dog might struggle during this time and what you can do to help them adjust.
Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as SAD, is known to affect humans. You may have noticed that Fido has also been looking despondent around this time, too. Can the lack of sunlight affect our dogs just as severely? Actually, there are several ways it could.
The leaves are falling and the weather is cooling down, which means there are a whole bunch of new activities you can do with your dog this fall season. Autumn offers plenty of stuff to do that you can’t take advantage of in any other season.
Before long, our front lawns are covered in a beautiful array of fall colors. Of course, many of our pups just love to chase the falling leaves and jumping into our freshly raked piles. It’s a magical season! Here are some dogs who are loving the fall and playing in the leaves!
For puppies, autumn is a whole new and special experience. Check out these sweet Golden Retriever babies experiencing the change of seasons for the first time!
The smell of pumpkin spice lattes, the change in the color of the leaves, sweater weather–it 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!
With fall coming soon, so does the dreaded “flu season.” If you’re a pet parent, an important question you might ask yourself is, “Does my dog need the flu shot?” The quick answer is maybe; it depends on your dog’s lifestyle and risk of exposure.