If you ever feel yourself starting to get a little sad that the younger you got to enjoy the summer time more than the adult you, adopting or fostering a dog can rejuvenate you and fill your boring summer with joy and childlike wonder all over again!
Tornadoes are one of the most destructive storms that households have to manage. It is not surprising that pets find this type of storm particularly stressful to experience. Here are a few things you should know about creating a tornado preparedness plan that includes your dog.
Now that summer is here, you might be wondering what activities you can actually do with your best furry friend. Well, wonder no more—I’m going to share some of the awesome activities that are waiting for you and your dog this summer.
“Brachycephalic” refers to dogs with short muzzles, and this face shape is a huge disadvantage to dogs in the hotter months since their main mechanism for cooling down is panting. Here’s how that can be dangerous–even deadly–for dogs with shorter snouts.
Whether you’re at the beach, having a picnic in the park, or simply sitting on your front porch with your dog, there is nothing better than getting sucked into a great summer read. Here are some of our favorite books for every dog lover’s summer reading list.
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.
Sand, surf, and sunshine can make the day at the dog beach a blast, but they also present some dangers that you should plan for. Even if your dog is friendly, a good swimmer, and obedient to your commands, things can still go wrong very quickly.
One of our main concerns as pet parents is keeping our furry family members happy. However, it’s not always obvious what pleases our pooches. Luckily, we’ve got some tips to keep your dog happy that might help.
The summer weather brings a lot of opportunities to have fun outside with your pup, but it also brings mosquitoes. Here are some of the dangers of mosquito bites for dogs, some preventative measures you can take, and some ways to treat mosquito bites on dogs when you spot them.
Now that the weather is warming up, boaters and dog lovers are spending more time out on the water. There are many potential dangers when boating, so take care of your pooch when you bring them along for a boat ride.
Sometimes we can forget that our pups can get sunburns, just like us, and that can lead to skin damage, secondary infections, and skin cancer. A fur coat isn’t always enough protection from the sun’s harmful rays. Here’s what you should know about using sunscreen on your dog.
Summer is on the way, and it’s a time to break out the grill and have a fun barbecue party with friends. But it can also be quite dangerous for your dog. Memorial Day weekend tends to be the kickoff for grill season, so here are ten tips to keep dogs safe at barbecues.
If you’re a pet parent, you know you may not be the only one who enjoys time soaking up some sunshine in the water. In fact, we’ve found some cute canines who love floating around in the water and relaxing. Watch the videos!
With the warmer weather upon us, it is a good time to think about how you’ll make the most of the coming summer months when you can enjoy the outdoors. While you’re at it, why not get your dog involved in the fun?
Watch this adorable Labrador take a break from the doggie paddle and stand around.
We dare you to have a better time than a dog charging down a water slide!
The long, sunny days of summer might make for great dog walking weather, but the bright sunshine can also cook sidewalks, streets, and driveways. That’s dangerous for your pup.
Even with summer winding down, there’s still plenty of time to have fun with your dog that take advantage of the warm weather.