News

What do you love about your dog? If your answer is everything, you’re not alone.  Dogs and people began living together 15,000 years ago when dogs followed people’s migration throughout East Asia. Dogs are social pack animals who thrive off of attention and affection, making them a prime candidate for a person’s best friend. Most
0 Comments
Although we’re Dog lovers, I’ve decided to publish also the Ultimate cat mom gift guide for mother’s day, since it’s around the corner. So it’s the perfect time to pick out some gifts for the cool cat ladies in your life. With that in mind, I’ve done some research to track down gifts for cat
0 Comments
Dogs love to lick. And while we don’t mind the occasional slobbery kiss, sometimes their overeager licking can become, well, gross. If you find your dog’s excessive licking bothersome, don’t fret. There are ways to curb this undesirable behavior. Advertising Why Your Dog Licks You Pixabay Canine experts offer several interpretations for overly enthusiastic dog
0 Comments
As a lifelong gardener and dog owner, I can say that dog proofing your garden isn’t a topic I take lightly. Are you worried about the birds getting your strawberries? If they’re lucky, they’ll get them before the dogs do. I’ll never forget the summer morning when I came out to find a nearly perfect
0 Comments
This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. If your dog has a naturally short coat, shivers easily, or just sits in front of the space heater 24/7 during the winter months, winter dog clothes might be a great fit. Winter dog clothes don’t just make for cute Instagram photo-ops (although they definitely do), but
0 Comments
Apps are everywhere! So it won’t come as any surprise that plenty of apps exist just for pet parents. With so many choices, which pet app should you get? We’re here to help. We’ve combed through the choices to tell you about our hands-down favorite dog apps. From training to health tips and even adoptions, each app makes your life—and
0 Comments
Just like humans, dogs can suffer from a variety of injuries and conditions that result in limping. Even though dogs have better backup than we do (since they have four legs, not just two), limping dogs need to be monitored. Your dog’s limp should be addressed as soon as possible by a medical professional. In
0 Comments
Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. My dog sleeps all day. He’s 12 years old, with a bad back, and he just doesn’t have the get-up-and-go that he used to. But in his younger years, it seemed like he was always awake. In fact, I used to say he was spring-loaded because he bounced
0 Comments
Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. You’ve probably got your New Year’s resolutions ready to go—save more, travel, remember to do your laundry before it completely covers that one unfortunate chair. But what about your pet? Maybe it’s time to extend that fresh-start feeling to your best bud by establishing a fun dog workout
0 Comments
Chances are, you’ve spent a solid amount of time wondering what your dog is thinking or feeling—and that includes in relation to you. What, exactly, does your dog make of you and your relationship? Does he recognize the differences between you? Or does he think you’re just another friend, like the ones he meets at
0 Comments
Do you gasp every time you see a dog on a walk in your city? Do you spend more time greeting your friend’s dog than making small talk with your human friend? We promise you’re not alone. It’s hard not to love dogs. They’re cute, loyal, spontaneous, fun-loving, and always seem to want to make humans
0 Comments
Dogs can’t have peppermint hot chocolate (and they definitely can’t have peppermint schnapps…), but they can have mint dog treats that taste delicious—and kill bad breath. We’re rounding up the easiest homemade minty dog treats that can be whipped up in no time. Happy DIY-ing! Looking for a tasty way to improve your dog’s occasional bad breath?
0 Comments
This post contains affiliate links. Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Your dog’s nose can give you signals as to your dog’s health and wellness. However, it’s perfectly normal for your dog’s nose wetness to change and occasionally even dry out. The myth that a dry dog nose equals a sick dog has been
0 Comments
Trainer Annie Grossman of School for the Dogs, one of NYC’s most respected dog training centers, has plenty of wisdom to share with dog people. She covers common dog behavior questions and training tips in her weekly podcast. We’ll be sharing some of those responses right here in a regular feature! Have a training question of your
0 Comments
This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Nothing makes a cuter holiday picture than your dog posed in front of the Christmas tree. But dogs and Christmas trees aren’t always the perfect mix. Decorated trees pose hazards to dogs, like breakable ornaments and electric lights, and curious dogs can be hazardous to the tree. Don’t worry: you
0 Comments
When his marriage of 17 years abruptly ended, Bobby Humphreys’ life was completely derailed. The one thing that pulled him out of the jaws of a profound depression was his friend Connie and babysitting her son’s Chihuahua while he was in the hospital. Welcome home While trying to find his own puppy to love on,
0 Comments