As a doggie bakery owner, you just pumped out all the red, pink and heart-shaped treats for Valentine’s Day, but now the real deal is here: National Dog Biscuit Day. This holiday falls on February 23rd of every year, and it’s the time to whip out the latest concoctions and creations you’ve been testing in the kitchen.
As a responsible pet owner, you feed your dog, take them for long walks, play fetch endlessly, and scoop their #2 with a dog bag from the neighborhood doggie station. But, as you may or may not know, there’s something missing from list that keeps our pups happy and healthy.
We often hear about the precautions pet owners should take to make sure their furry friends are staying safe from the heat, but what about the cold weather? You may think that because your four-legged baby is covered with fur that he or she has all the protection they need from the cold, but this isn’t always the case. Their fur coats aren’t exactly a heat blanket, and their paws aren’t made of iron. So, as we dive into the coldest months of the year, make sure you and your fur baby are staying and playing safe this winter with a little extra help from a few tips and tricks.
Furrrr-baby, it’s cold outside! That’s what many dog owners across the country are thinking too, and if you’re having pet waste troubles in your community, the cold weather may be a factor. With the bone-chilling weather, dog owners may hurriedly take their pets for a brisk walk and leave their number two far behind in the cold.
As the holidays slowly creep around the corner, you may be scratching your head wondering what new and unique gift you can get for Sparky and Fido this year.
Thanksgiving has passed and now another big wave of pets will hit doggie day cares and overnight boarding for the winter holidays season.
With the holiday season just around the corner, you’re probably planning a trip or two with your family and four-legged children. These trips may involve hours or sometimes even days in a car, bus or plane.
If we picture taking our four-legged friend on a car ride, we often think of our dog getting excited, jumping in the car, and immediately sticking their head out the window ready for a speedy ride. Even though we often think about dogs going on car rides, we can’t forget their other furry playmates, cats, who frequently go in the car, too.