Santa isn’t the only one getting cookies this year. This is the moment your pup has been waiting for. The days of smelling holiday goodies but getting the same-old-same-old dry dog food are officially over. With a little help from the elves, we’ve gathered a list of our favorite dog treats your pup is sure to love.
Getting pups into good homes is no easy task, but with a little bit of effort and creativity, you can take your animal shelter’s marketing to the next level. Put your local animal shelter on the map and get more homeless dogs into the loving care of a good family with these five tips.
A dog provides companionship, love and comfort. On the flip side, adopting an animal is a big commitment that comes with a lot of responsibility. Before you adopt a new pup, it’s good to consider breed, size and age to make sure they match up with your lifestyle.
Smart technology has started to affect the way we live in every possible way, and our pets are no exception. Technology like activity trackers, GPS locators and even pet-to-human communication have become mainstream in the pet care industry. They are quickly becoming must haves for maximizing your pet’s health and happiness.
In urban areas, uncontrolled pet waste is not only an unattractive sight on city sidewalks and in public parks, but it also presents a big health concern. In response to this potential problem, cities are cracking down on pet parents who don’t pick up after their pets.
No one likes leaving their four-legged family member behind when they travel. Thankfully, there are hotels that welcome our pets with open arms. In fact, 41 percent of U.S. hotels allow pets. But managing a hotel filled with people, as well as their furry friends, can be a difficult task. Although many pet owners are careful and clean when they travel with their pets, it’s always smart to leave a little wiggle room for accidents.
Being a pet parent offers more than just companionship. It gives you an excuse to get out of the house and exercise and brings you happiness like nothing else can. But did you know that having a dog can also have health benefits that are both mental and physical? Here are some of the main health benefits your pup can offer you on a daily basis.
National Dog Day, also known as National Dog Appreciation Day, was founded in 2004 by Colleen Paige, an animal behaviorist and author, and is celebrated every year on August 26th. Colleen created National Dog Day to remind us of the number of dogs who need to be rescued and to shine light on the role of family dogs and working dogs in our lives.