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.
Forget elephants and donkeys–the White House has often been the domain of canines. With Presidents Day on the way, here are some facts about the pooches who made the White House their home with their Presidential parents and what it takes to be First Dog.
Looking for a little romance on Valentine’s Day? Make sure and look out for your pet’s safety, too, as items that show affection can be deadly for dogs and cats. Here are some tips for keeping furry family members safe on this holiday.
This year for Valentine’s Day, skip all the human drama, expensive gifts, and courtship rituals, and just let your dog be your Valentine. There’s no one who will appreciate you more!
These cute dogs would absolutely love to celebrate with you and be your Valentine! Whether you go out or stay in, make sure you give your dog a big old hug and kiss. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Including our pets in holiday celebrations shows we value them as part of our family. So read on for some fun and thoughtful ways to celebrate your love for your canine companion this Valentine’s Day.
February 14th is Pet Theft Awareness Day–a day to make sure dog owners know the dangers dognappers present to their pooches. We’re spreading the word to help dog lovers make good decisions that can reduce the risk of pet theft.
If left untreated, gum disease leads to tooth decay and tooth loss. It can also contribute to infections and diseases of the heart, lungs, and kidneys. Simple steps for your dog’s dental health taken now can prevent many problems–and expenses–down the road.
National Love Your Pet Day is celebrated on February 20th, and it’s a great holiday to go above and beyond for your dog to show your love.
February 22nd is officially Walking The Dog Day! Remember, it’s extremely important to a dog’s health to make sure they have daily exercise, so make walking a daily part of their routine. Check out these pups going bonkers for walks!
World Spay Day–February 26th, 2019–is a day to promote awareness and encourage pet owners to have their female animals spayed–as well as neutering their male pets–to keep the pet population under control.
It’s important to get down to the truth about spaying and neutering. February is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month, and there’s no better time to sort out fact from fiction when it comes to this important procedure.
Once plaque and tartar form on your dog’s teeth, things can get out of balance quickly. If pathogenic organisms proliferate, it’s big trouble for your canine pal. Here’s how proper dental care can improve your dog’s overall health and longevity.
February is Pet Dental Health Month–an important month of awareness for our pets and their well-being. Spread the word and encourage friends and family with pets to practice proper at-home care and have their dogs’ teeth checked out by a professional.
National Pet Dental Health Month, observed all through February, is so important because 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats have some kind of oral disease by the age of 3. Take this month to focus on your pet’s dental health.
Spaying and neutering are considered part of being a responsible pet owner today, but that wasn’t always true. We’ve made positive strides in the last few decades. In honor of Spay & Neuter Awareness Month, learn more about the history of this important practice.
February is Responsible Pet Owners Month, and it’s a great time to go over some of the basic steps you can take to be responsible for your furry companion. Even experienced dog owners could use a refresher sometimes.
People all over the country are throwing Super Bowl parties to celebrate. However, humans aren’t the only ones excited for the big game. Dogs are getting in on the action, too!