January 2nd is National Pet Travel Safety Day. As dog and cat lovers and dog and cat pet parents, we understand how important it is to make certain that when we hit the road with our fur babies that they are as safe in the vehicle as we are! National Pet Travel Safety Day tips are on the agenda for
By Robbi Hess|2019-01-02T13:46:25+00:00December 30th, 2018|Comments Off on National Pet Travel Safety Day Tips
'Tis the season... to travel with your pets. Hotel chains and other forms of accommodation are becoming more open to having dogs and cats stay as guests with their pet parents. That's a great thing because pet parents don't want to leave their fur babies behind. They consider their dogs and cats part of the family so it's only natural
By Robbi Hess|2018-12-20T12:50:46+00:00December 20th, 2018|Comments Off on Holiday Road Trip Travel Tips For Pet Parents
Emotional support animals can be an incredible support for people living with mental illnesses and emotional conditions. They can truly change the way you see the world! But how should you go about choosing the right one? Are there rules on what type of animal can become an emotional support animal? If you already have a pet, can that become
By Stephanie Schoniger|2018-12-12T12:05:28+00:00December 12th, 2018|Comments Off on What Kinds of Pets Make the Best Emotional Support Animals?
You already know how good nutrition can affect the health of your dog, but have you also considered how it can affect his behavior as well? A study on the impact of nutrition on canine behavior shows that nutrient availability and diet composition affect precursors in the brain which influence behavior. As nutrition influences the building blocks for every metabolic
By Stephanie Schoniger|2018-12-10T23:16:43+00:00December 10th, 2018|Comments Off on The Impact of Nutrition on Your Dog’s Moods and Behavior
Did you know that December is National Cat Lovers Month? We did and we're thrilled about that! Why? Because we know that many of our pet parents are multi-petual; that means they share their lives and their love with dogs, cats and other pets furry, finned and feathered. Whether you currently share your life with a cat or kitten or
By Robbi Hess|2018-12-10T22:12:16+00:00December 10th, 2018|Comments Off on Ways To Celebrate National Cat Lovers Month
November is Senior Dog Month. If you live with a senior dog you know it is a year-round joy to share your life together, but we love that a month is designated to highlight the benefits and bond we share with our dogs (both senior and younger.) If you've ever wondered how to celebrate the senior dog, we have some
By Robbi Hess|2018-12-10T22:06:59+00:00December 10th, 2018|Comments Off on How To Celebrate The Senior Dog
As we celebrate Human-Animal Awareness Week we want to share ways in which we celebrate the bond we share with our fur babies. As pet parents know, our pets and the benefits they bring to our lives is something every one of us celebrates and recognizes daily. Celebrating our bond with our pets is something we do all day, every
By Robbi Hess|2018-11-13T23:43:06+00:00November 13th, 2018|Comments Off on Celebrating Our Bond With Our Pets
Halloween is great fun... for the children who are dressed in costumes and asking for treats. Halloween may not be as much fun for your dog. The ringing of the doorbell and the commotion of people gathering in front of the door can cause anxiety in your dog. Halloween can be a scary time for our beloved fur kids and we
By Robbi Hess|2018-10-29T15:19:01+00:00October 29th, 2018|Comments Off on Halloween Pet Safety Tips
The joy of a new puppy comes with a heavy responsibility to train him how to be a successful member of your family. Sleep training is just another part of becoming a member of your pack. A dog bed kept in your bedroom provides companionship for both of you but gives everyone the space they need for adequate sleep. Learning
By Stephanie Schoniger|2018-10-25T10:45:47+00:00October 16th, 2018|Comments Off on Top 7 Tips for Training Your Puppy to Sleep in a Dog Bed
Dogs are active and love to be active. Puppies to senior dogs love a good walk and a walk will keep them healthy, happy and bonded with you. There are many more than 5 reasons to walk your dog, but we want to give you a chance to get out and walk, not stay indoors reading! One of the major
By Robbi Hess|2018-10-11T12:11:00+00:00October 11th, 2018|Comments Off on 5 Reasons To Walk Your Dog
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