If your dog suffers seasonal allergies and you want to use natural remedies instead of steroids or medications, there are several options available that can help your pup. Here are eight natural remedies for dogs that can help fight symptoms of seasonal allergies.
It’s getting warm outside, and if you live in a big city, that means street festivals are starting to pop up. Of course, dogs are a pretty common sight at most of these gatherings, but not every dog is suited to the hustle and bustle.
Now that spring is here and April is bringing its showers, your pup could probably use some fun indoor activities to fight the boredom. Fortunately, there a few things you can do inside on a rainy day that may keep your dog mentally and physically in shape!
Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, is a day of fun, and nobody knows fun quite like our dogs! The pooches in these pictures have their beads ready, along with their green, purple, and gold attire. Don’t be surprised if you see them leading the parade!
It’s the time of year to start spring cleaning, and dog owners in particular know how difficult that can be. Spring cleaning is a chance to do things right, get organized, and form good habits for the rest of the seasons.
One thing dog owners can count on every spring is a home covered in dog hair. While you can’t stop the spring shedding, there are some things you can do to deal with the mess. Here’s a guide that can help you through it.
Your dog can go through a lot of anxiety at the start of Daylight Saving Time, but there are steps you can take to reduce anxiety and make it a positive transition. Here’s how your dog might be affected and what you can do about it.