Doggy Tips

Fourth of July Safety

July 3, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

While it may seem like an obvious warning, the Fourth of July is not necessarily dog friendly. People who buy fireworks often start experimenting with them well before the actual holiday and sometimes long after the holiday is over. Whatever plans you have going on for the Fourth of July be sure to take into […]

National Walk Your Pet Month

January 4, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

January is National Walk Your Pet Month, and contrary to popular belief, walking your dog does far more than just alleviate copious amounts of energy. While walking your dog is an obvious great way to let your dog get rid of extra energy, it is also a great source of exercise.  According to Pet Obesity […]

Things A Dog Lover Shouldn’t Forget

October 28, 2016 :: Posted by meagan

Get your tissues ready for this one…

National Animal Safety & Prevention Month

October 4, 2016 :: Posted by meagan

The month of October may be synonymous with candy and costumes, but this year we’d like to place an emphasis on animal safety too. October is National Animal Safety and Prevention Month, an entire month-long period dedicated to promoting safe practices for handling and caring for domestic and wild animals. Created by the PALS Foundation, […]

Share The Bed!

September 26, 2016 :: Posted by meagan

We’ve all heard that we shouldn’t do it: inviting your dog into your bed. People believe it’s dirty, and it’s just not good for you. People have been saying it for years. But, what if we told you that maybe that isn’t entirely true. There are actual health benefits to letting your four-legged best friend spend the night, […]