4 Healthy Habits Your Dog Can Start This Year

The start of the new year is a great time to take some time and determine what you want to accomplish in the next year. Not only do you want to set new goals for yourself, but if you’re a pet parent, you should also make sure that your pet has some goals for the… Read more »

4 Tips for Socializing Your Pet During a Time of Social Distancing

Socialization is crucial for your dog, especially in its first few weeks of life. Puppies that are 8-14 weeks old should have positive socializing experiences to help shape them into confident, well-behaved dogs. Because social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic can make it a little harder to make sure that your puppy is experiencing positive… Read more »

5 Ways to Make the Holidays Safer For Your Pet

It’s officially the holiday season, and many pet parents love including their furry friends in all of the festivities. As you pull out the holiday décor and prepare to bake your delicious seasonal dishes, it’s important to keep your pet’s safety in mind. Here are a few safety tips that will help keep your furry… Read more »

Do Dogs Enjoy Cuddling?

Just like us, your furry friends also crave love and affection. Although you probably don’t need to be convinced to snuggle with your pet more often, you should know that cuddling affects your pet in many ways. Plus, it’s good for your health too! Here’s why you should spend some quality time cuddling your pet:… Read more »

Tips for Leaving Your Pet Overnight

Leaving your pet overnight can be as hard for the owner as it is for your furry friend. We know that it’s not an easy decision leaving your dog behind while you head out of town. Although we’d love to bring our furry friends with us on our travels, it’s not always the safest option. … Read more »

How Do You Calm an Anxious Dog?

New environments, strange sounds, and separation can all cause your dog to get anxious. When a dog is feeling nervous, you can usually tell based on their behaviors. Whining, barking, shaking, and loss of appetite are all common symptoms of anxiety in dogs. If you notice any of these symptoms in your dog, let’s look… Read more »

3 Myths About Cat Boarding

Although cats are very independent animals, that doesn’t mean that they can be left on their own when you’re going on vacation. If you want to leave your cat in the best hands, consider cat boarding an affordable and trustworthy option. Many families will bring their dogs to a boarding facility, so why not bring… Read more »

4 Tips for Coping With Your Dog’s Shedding

We love spending time with our pups, but sometimes it’s hard to enjoy spending time with the hair that they shed. As we continue to transition into the summer months, you may notice that your dog has been shedding more than usual. Shedding is a natural part of a dog’s life. The weather and change… Read more »

Should You Bring Your Dog On Your Vacation?

It’s finally the moment that you’ve been waiting for. You’re ready to plan your well-deserved vacation. Before you embark on your travels, there are plenty of things that you need to take care of, including booking your flights and accommodations and packing. However, there is one problem that families often share when planning their vacations,… Read more »

Introduce Your Dog to Swimming This Summer

Have you ever witnessed the genuine excitement of a dog who just dove into a backyard pool? For dogs who love to swim, spending time playing in the water has many benefits. If your furry friend is spending some extra time outside in the heat, take advantage of the positive effects that swimming offers. Let’s… Read more »