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.
Whether it’s your pup’s first time or hundredth time scampering and running around the dog park, there’s certain etiquette owners should implement to ensure a happy, safe, and clean atmosphere.
Your pup’s all dressed up for Halloween with no where to go. So why not throw a doggie Halloween party to show off your dog’s boo-tiful costume?
As the summer season comes to a close for some, other areas of the country tend to get a little extension outside of the traditional three-month period. This means even more time near the beach and outdoors. If your beachfront complex is one of the lucky ones, it’s still important to be aware of how you can make your pet-friendly area the go-to spot for residents and dedicated beach goers.
Here are some tips and tricks that will prove you’re the best beachfront community on the block.
Grilled burgers, warm sunshine, close family members and your beloved pet are the necessary ingredients to create the ideal Labor Day weekend. With a rapid increase in the use of dog-friendly areas, there’s sure to be an increase in dogs joining their families for outdoor barbecues at apartments, campgrounds and parks this year.
On average, veterinarians consider dogs over seven years of age to be “seniors”. Although size and breed can slide the scale a bit, senior dogs are just as deserving of safe, loving homes as their younger counterparts.
So, to celebrate and honor our four-legged elders, here are some great reasons why adopting older dogs are the best decision you can make.
If there’s one thing pet owners can’t get enough of, it’s spending quality time with their furry companions. But with owning any pet, comes major responsibility that shouldn’t be taken lightly.