There are a few challenges that come up for all dog walkers, and even though they don’t outweigh the positives, they can make things difficult. Here are the five most challenging aspects of being a dog walker from a dog walker’s point of view.
January 24th is National Change A Pet’s Life Day. In honor this day, here are nine heartwarming rescue videos that might make you tear up, but don’t worry because they all have happy endings. Share, spread the word, and help raise awareness!
We turn to the stars to take a glimpse into the doggy zodiac and find out why are dogs are who they are. For those of you with rescue dogs who don’t know your dog’s birthday, this may give you an idea of when to celebrate based on their behavior.
On January 24th, we celebrate Change A Pet’s Life Day. This special day is for encouraging people to adopt pets from shelters and raise awareness about animals in need. You don’t have to adopt a dog every year to make a positive impact. Here are eight ways you can change a dog’s life for the better!
January 21st is officially Squirrel Appreciation Day! The relationship between dog and squirrel can be one-sided in many cases, but there are also many dog and squirrel friendships that exist. Here are ten videos that chronicle the complex relationship between dogs and squirrels.
Whether it’s a sharp sweater, a warm jacket, or yes, an adorable turtle costume, tons of pet parents have played dress up with their four-legged friends. National Dress Up Your Pet Day on January 14th is the perfect day to celebrate your pet’s impeccable fashion sense.
January 14th is Dress Up Your Pet Day, and you may be thinking about dressing your pup up in a cute bow tie or a sweater. But before you dress your dog up, step back and think about your pet. Here’s a quick guide to see if it’s right for your dog and tips for how to celebrate in a safe way.
Potty training a dog can be a daunting task if you’ve never done it before, but dog owners can tell you quite a few things they’ve learned from experience. In fact, dogs are usually pretty quick learners, and housebreaking might not be as difficult as you think, so long as you follow some good advice.
A walk is a chance for pups to explore the world outside of the house and backyard and spend time with a human 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.
Sit, shake, fetch, and play dead. Those are probably the most basic and known tricks that a dog can master. But if your dog is already great at those, you’ll be happy to know about some other unique, cute tricks that you can practice for the new year.
The New Year is upon us, and with a new year comes New Year’s resolutions. We’ve got our own list of things to work on this coming year, but I’ll bet your dog’s resolutions are closely in line with yours!
The word “walk” is enough to make the dogs in this video practically burst at the seams with joy. Their reactions are hilarious! Celebrate with them in January for National Walk Your Dog Month!
January 4th is National Trivia Day! It’s a great day to learn some new, interesting, and obscure facts about dogs to quiz your friends and family. Kids especially love learning random trivia, so this is sure to be a fun day for them, too.
Committing yourself to teaching your dog some tricks is a great New Year’s resolution, but it’s also a fun bonding experience for you and your dog throughout the year. Watch these videos to learn some simple techniques that make it possible for any dog to learn tricks.
As the holiday season wraps up, it’s time to work on those New Year’s resolutions. Since January is National Train Your Dog Month, why not use the opportunity to start some good habits and strengthen your bond with your pup?
If you’re guilty of making lofty resolutions and not sticking to them, maybe you should enlist a buddy to help you keep your word. That buddy can even be furry and have four legs! Here are five New Year’s resolutions and the ways your dog can help you stick to them.
Have you made any New Year’s resolutions for you and your pet? Commit to improving your pet’s health by scheduling regular veterinary exams. They’ll help you keep your pets in good shape, make any necessary changes, and catch any medical conditions early.
January is National Train Your Dog Month, so make a resolution to learn something new with your four-legged friend. Help spread the word all throughout the month of January. Here’s what you need to know about National Train Your Dog Month.
This is the year to let your dog make your New Year’s resolutions for you. After all, your pup’s lifelong endeavor is to be your loving, loyal companion. The least you can do this year is bring an extra wag or two to their world.
This year, make realistic New Year’s resolutions for yourself and commit to a healthy lifestyle modification plan for your pet. Start feeding your pet in a manner that promotes weight loss or maintenance of a health body weight. Obesity is clearly an epidemic in both people and pets.
Here’s one of my recommendations for a New Year’s resolution that will optimize the quality of life of your canine or feline companion. Set attainable and sustainable activity goals for yourself and your pet. Commit to doing physical activity on a daily basis.