Holiday Safety Tips for Dogs and Cats

A time of happiness and cheer for us humans, the busy holiday season involves a few safety hazards for our four-legged friends. Follow these tips when including your dogs and cats in the holiday festivities to ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable holiday season! Decorations Whether your Christmas tree is real or artificial,… Read more »

Introducing a Second Dog to Your Home

So you’re already in love with your first canine companion so much that you want to bring home another. There are plenty of reasons why having at least dogs rather than one is a good thing, but the introduction process must be executed correctly, or you can have more than one very unhappy dog on… Read more »

How to Tell Your Dog is Happy

If you have a dog, you likely think about them less as a pet and more of a member of your family who you deeply care for. Like all of our loved ones, we want our dogs to be as happy as possible. Unfortunately, it can sometimes be difficult to tell what sort of mood… Read more »

Animal Getaways Tame Crazy Behavior

At Tail Waggers Country Inn, we believe in a little something called the American Dream. While that entails manifest destiny and living your life to the fullest, it also means that you deserve a vacation every now and again. Some time off so you can reflect on the majesty of living and actually suck in… Read more »

Fun and Experiential Games for your Dog

Taking our dogs for walks is an old-fashioned to get them their much-needed exercise daily. Sure, dogs love going out for walks and seeing what they can get into along the way. But they also love playing as well, and as much fun as they have chasing down the same old stick or tennis ball… Read more »

Caring for a New Puppy

Did you get a puppy for Christmas this year? While a puppy can be one of the best gifts you’ve received, it’s important to know that they need a lot of care, especially their first year with you. Off the bat make sure to check what shots they have, and what they will need. A… Read more »

The Advantages to Dry over Wet Food

When choosing the type of food to feed your dog, you could go with wet or dry. Dogs love wet food because of the more natural texture, similar to what they encounter in nature, but there are a few drawbacks to it. Dry dog food, for starters, has a much longer shelf life than wet… Read more »

Stuff you Probably Didn’t Know about Dogs

There are an estimated 400 million dogs worldwide. They are credited with being man’s best friend. You may think you know dogs, but there are a bunch of interesting facts about your four legged friend you probably didn’t know. For starters, you probably didn’t know one female dog and female offspring can produce over 4,000… Read more »

Your Best Bet for Your Dog's Health is Avoiding Byproducts

Everyone wants to feed their dog the very best food so they can have a long, healthy and happy life. But with all the different brands and types of dog food on the market it becomes a hard decision. All-organic products however can keep your pet free of unhealthy byproducts which can greatly impact their… Read more »

What's Best for Housebreaking Your Dog

Housebreaking your puppy can be frustrating and there are a lot of suggestions out there for how to get through this training stage. However, many of the tactics are controversial and spark an ongoing debate about what’s really best for you and your dog when it comes to housebreaking.   One example is crating. Crating… Read more »