Most of us think of home as a safe place, the place we can’t wait to get to at the end of a long day. Unfortunately, many pets seem to think of home as the place they can’t wait to sneak out of. While natural curiosity is a good thing, our furry friends shouldn’t bolt into the unknown every time we open a door or window. Keep reading to learn how to safely prevent pets from escaping your home.
As dog owners, we all want the best for our furry friends, but sometimes it can be difficult to know what's safe for them to eat. Many common human foods and plants can be toxic to dogs, leading to serious health problems or even death. To help you keep your dog safe, we've compiled a list of the top 25 toxic foods and plants, along with an explanation of why they're dangerous for dogs. Keep in mind that not all dogs will react the same way to every substance, but it's important to be cautious and avoid giving them these potentially harmful items.
Pets are happy additions to any family, but they can become a challenge logistically. You need to train them and call sitters when you leave home. It can all be worth it to train your pets enough so that you can bring them almost anywhere. Here’s what to know when taking your pets on a road trip.
Owning a dog comes with many responsibilities, including designing your home in a way that’s perfect for your entire household. You may need to increase your cleaning routine and redesign areas of the house. Before welcoming your furry friend through your front door, jot down these top ideas for designing a dog-friendly home.
Summer is the best time of the year to bond with your dog. Not only is it an excellent time to train, but there are so many summer activities you can do together. With that in mind, knowing your pup’s limits is imperative before you start planning out your summer. Check out these five warm-weather activities to do with your dog and make this summer one to remember.
Bath time is stressful for many pets. Whether it’s a fear of water, restraints, or loud noises, grooming can be challenging for even the most experienced dog owner.
The good news is that it’s easy to make baths more enjoyable. Don’t let your pup stink up your place; use these tips for improving your dog’s bath time routine, so your furry friend always looks and smells fantastic.