Tips for Calming Your Crazy Cat

Many cat owners will tell you that cats are naturally a creature of comfort and habit.  However, they can also have sensory overload and become scared or stressed. Here are a few tips if you need help to calm your feline friend.   Approach...

Winter Holiday Plants that are Hazardous for Pets

Holiday decorations around our homes often include plants.  However, in some cases these festive plants can be toxic to our beloved cats and dogs.  If you will be decorating this holiday with plants and want to keep your furry friend safe, you...

8 Pet Safety Tips for the Holidays

Now that the holiday season is in full swing, as a pet parent we want to keep our furry loved ones safe, but also include them during this festive time.  It’s important that you try to keep a normal routine with your pets as much as possible...

Taking care of Your Dog in Rainy Season

Dogs are creatures of habit. With that being said, their daily activities – such as long walks and playtime – should not be compromised due to a dreary, rainy day. As a responsible dog owner, you should prepare your dog for outdoor...

Tips for Traveling with your Dog

Traveling can be dull without your best friend by your side — and by best friend, we mean your beloved canine companion. Although bringing them along for the ride can be stressful and tiring, there is no need to worry. There are numerous ways to...

10 Halloween Dog Treat Recipes

Halloween isn’t just for kids — let your dog join in on the fun and bake some festive treats for them! These recipes are fun, creative, and safe for your dog. In ten steps or less, create unique treats that will leave your pup wagging and...

Oral Care For Dogs: 6 Tips

Check out these top pet oral care tips: All too often our canine companions greet us with foul breath odor which we lovingly call ‘doggy breath.’ Referred to by veterinarians as generalized periodontitis, this foul breath odor is more often than...

Signs of Depression in Dogs and How to Treat It

If you have recently had a big change in your life, like a death, moving or having a baby your dog could be impacted by this change.   Depression in dogs is similar to people and a dog can pick up on a family member’s depression.. The two common...

Choosing the Best Food for your Dog

Choosing food for your dog nowadays can be extremely exhausting and overwhelming as there are so many options! Additionally, keeping in mind things like how much your pet eats, your budget and its specific likes/dislikes. Considering all of these...

Exercising Your Dog in Summer: An Ultimate Guide

Exercising your dog is a necessity and when the seasons change you must be equipped for the weather that the season brings. Summer is a tricky season for exercising your dog and keeping them safe in hot conditions is imperative. Avoiding heat...

10 FROZEN DOG TREAT RECIPES FOR THE SUMMER

As the weather heats up, frozen treats for your dog is a great alternative to your typical dog biscuits. Making treats that help keep your dog cool and are delicious has become easier than ever, with a few ingredients from your grocery store and...

A Complete Guide to Exercising a Senior Dog (Part 2)

  Even if your dog is not as energetic as it was when it was a puppy, it still needs exercise. Many conditions senior dogs have, actually improve with exercise and strengthening. Most senior dogs suffer from arthritis, illness, or injuries...