The cold has left, and now the warm spring weather is upon us. And there’s no better way to enjoy it than by taking your beloved pup to the park to get some exercise and sunshine.
With spring breaks ranging from March to April, beaches tend to see a large increase in visitors. However, a common overlooked aspect of spring break is the increase of pets that visit beaches as well.
Spring cleaning doesn’t stop at home. Warmer weather means sprucing up parks and grassed areas. After a long, brutal winter, weather-related damage can be a problem—especially in outdoor areas that have trails. Heavy snow can break tree branches, strong winds mixed with snow can wear away signs and particularly busy traffic areas can cause grass damage.
The start of spring brings along a little-known holiday that everyone can enjoy, National Puppy Day. March 23 is a day dedicated to focusing on puppies in need of adoption, as well as celebrating puppies and the joy they bring us. Make sure to show your puppy, and older dogs who still act like puppies, just how much you appreciate them
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.