Pets will be pets. They will love you and exasperate you. They will obey you and drive you up the wall by disobeying you. They will stick by you at one time and run off the leash the other. But you know that you cannot imagine your life without your furry kids.
Most pets love the outdoors and spend a lot o...Read More
One of the fastest growing health problems in dogs is obesity. There are quite a few reasons for pet obesity. The most important reasons for obesity in pets are over eating and lack of physical exercise. Your pet is possibly overweight because of YOU! With that said, there are several other reasons and it includes:
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Everyone has heard that in order to convert a dog’s age into human years, multiply by seven. For example, a dog who is 2 calendar years old, would be the equivalent of a seven year old human. This might be a useful and easily remembered rule of thumb, but it is flawed.
Closer to the truth
The fact is, dogs do not age the same way we h...Read More
Will you be watching the Super Bowl this Sunday? How about the Puppy Bowl? Even if you only switch over to the Puppy Bowl during the pregame show commercials, it is worth it.
The Puppy Bowl will air for the ninth consecutive year this Sunday from 3pm-5pm ET on Animal Planet.
What is the Puppy Bowl?
The Puppy Bowl is Animal Pla...Read More
Everyone knows that dogs age at a faster pace than humans, but did you know that dogs experience “teen years” similar to humans?
It is true, and just like humans, some dogs act different than others.
What are the “teen” years?
On average, dogs experience these teen years when they are 1.5 to 3 years of age. Howev...Read More
Are you ready to bring a new pet into your home? Are you considering a rescue?
Rescued dogs tend to make excellent pets. They typically have been through some bad experiences but thrive on love and good companionship.
Rescue dogs are typically loyal, loving, happy, and grateful, all of which add up to a great pet. Not to mention, giving ...Read More
We know your dog already has a fur coat, but sometimes it is not enough. During the cold months of the year, even furry dogs can feel the chill. Though breeds with short coats, like greyhounds, are most are most at risk.
If your dog does not enjoy going for walks in the snow, or is living in a cold climate with a short coat of fur, consider ...Read More
Dogs are wonderful and curious creatures. From the dawning of civilization, man and dog have survived and thrived together. That does not mean they fully understand each other, though.
There are a great deal of interesting facts about dogs. How many facts that are on this list did you already know?
1. Dogs have sweat glands between their ...Read More
Just like any you and I, your dog can gain unhealthy levels of weight and suffer from low energy levels due to being too inactive, especially in the winter. There are ways, however, to combat this with a few simple exercises and everyday physical activities for your dog. Some of these will even work great for older dogs who aren't used to fr...Read More
The Lake Ditrict is an excellent destination when looking for a dog friendly holiday and nnone more so than the fact there are so many dog friendly Lake District B&B 's to choose from. For our 4 legged friends, there are miles upon miles of fantastic dog walks whether it be around a Lake or walking up one of the famous Lake District fells.Read More
Anything you ever wanted to know (and many things you did not) can be found on the Internet these days.
When you need to know something about your pet, one of the first places you turn to is your phone. Read 8 iPhone Apps For Pet Owners or 10 Android Apps To Help Manage Your Pets for information on which apps are the most helpful.
The oth...Read More
Are you tired of crating your dog or locking him in another room each time someone comes over to your home?
Do you wish there was some way you could restrain your dog so they could join in on the fun and so you could show him off to your friends and family without the worry?
If your dog tends to get excited around visitors, you might feel...Read More
Being a dog owner can be fun and rewarding, if not sometimes challenging. Below are seven tips that learned the hard way.
* If you live in a cold area, you know how it is almost impossible to do anything when your fingers are cold. In order to open a dog waste bag in the cold, breathe out through your mouth and onto your fingers. Pinch and r...Read More
Do dogs even make facial expressions? The answer is yes, dogs do make facial expressions. In fact, in many ways, their facial expressions are very similar to a human’s.
Your dog’s face can tell you a great deal about how they are feeling. For example, you may have noticed your dog’s ears perk up when you say a certain word,...Read More
Do you kiss your dog with that mouth? If you do, you might have gum disease.
There have been a number of articles popping up all over the Internet lately about a study that was done that suggested a human can get gum disease from kissing a dog on the mouth.
One study shows
According to the study done in Japan, if you kiss your dog on th...Read More
Here are some of the best pet costumes of the year.
1. Lady is a Tramp Costume
Watch out, here she comes! This lady is the star of the party. From the wig to the fur boots, this Lady is a Tramp costume is sure to be a head turner. How can anyone resist a pet who looks so fabulous?
2. Pink Ribbon Pet Costume
October is not just fo...Read More
At least one state believes that dog owners are a viable target audience for a tourism campaign. The tourism board of Connecticut will be promoting their state as the destination for dogs and their owners.
CT’s “Still Revolutionary” Campaign
Each state has its own campaign to attract tourists, which is typically a very goo...Read More
Would you buy your dog a toy that will make him look like he has a mustache? Maybe you already have that one. How about a toy that looks like roadkill? There is quite a selection of dog toys out there to chose from these days. From the more tame to the very strange, there is certainly something for every dog.
Below are four of the more unusu...Read More
It has been a number of years since the disaster, but the message still remains. Hurricane Katrina taught us all a lesson about how important it is to prepare for the worst case scenario with our pets.
When disaster strikes, you need to be able to jump into action and do what needs to be done for you, your family, and your pets. No longer ar...Read More