After a while, the same old walks with your pooch become boring. You have the same sights around the block, and your pup has many of the same old smells. There’s no spark to energize you both. A good hike fuels your sense of adventure and gives the two of you the best workout! Keep reading this guide for hiking with your dog.
One of the most heated debates in the dog owner community is how much exercise to give your pet. Depending on the dog’s breed, most veterinarians recommend between 30 minutes and 2 hours of play every day. However, this estimate also depends on your dog’s age and other health conditions.
Dogs bring plenty of joy into our lives by offering unconditional love. It’s our responsibility to provide them with a safe environment where they can flourish.
If you've recently adopted a new dog or a puppy, you'll want to keep your four-legged friend’s best interests at heart. Here are some effective tips for dog-proofing your home.
Parents baby-proof their homes to avoid accidents and mishaps with their kids. Pet owners also need to take preventive measures to ensure their pets aren’t getting into dangerous items around the home.
Most people know to keep pets away from chocolate and toxic chemicals, but what about the lesser-known items? These are the hidden pet dangers all owners should know.
No matter the temperament of your animal, they’re bound to get nervous during a bad storm, just like any person would. If the sudden loud noises aren’t enough, the changes in barometric pressure can worsen sensory overload. To help you and your fuzzy or feathery friend, here’s how to make your pet feel safe in a storm shelter.
Dogs share only a brief portion of your life compared to your lifetime. However, to them, it’s most of theirs. From the time you bring them home to the heart-wrenching forever goodbye, your pup spends the majority of their life with you. Ensuring they receive optimal care and making the most of the time you spend together gives them the life they deserve.