The winter solstice is here, and with the frenzy of the holiday season, it typically comes and goes without notice. If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, you will be the farthest from the sun as you have been all year. December 21st is also the official first day of winter and yields the least […]
Know someone who loves their pets to bits and pieces? Nothing would make them happier than a gift for their furry little best friends. Of course, every pet owner has unique tastes and preferences, meaning not all gifts would be appreciated equally. To help you find the perfect gift for your pet-obsessed friend, acquaintance, or
Moving is just as stressful for our pets as it is for us humans. If you just moved to a new city, help your pets get accustomed to the unfamiliar environment so they can feel at ease in your new home! Helping your pets adjust starts before you even buy a home. Keep your pup
“What Our Dogs Can Tell Us About Ourselves” is an insightful article written by Wendy Lyons Sunshine. Wendy has recently begun writing a blog for Psychology Today, called “Tender Paws.” The information she presents in this post is based upon in-depth scientific research and explores the correlation between pet owners and owner personalities. This is
This is not new news, but it helps to remind us that senior dogs need special care. The American Kennel Club offers some great tips on how to keep our old girls and boys on top of their game. With improved diet and veterinary care, dogs are now able to live longer than ever before.
Oh, Fancy. My little Chihuahua. She’s a darling girl, but she’s easily spooked. Having spent most of her life in a cage before we rescued her, she was not familiar with, well, most things that exist outside of a cage. So, going for a walk with me for the very first time proved a challenge.
Yep! Just like you, your pup needs his very own First Aid Kit, for several reasons. If you are traveling long distances, camping, boating, fishing, or hiking, that makes perfect sense. But what about just being out for a short walk on your local trail or at the dog park with friends? You’re not going
ST. PATRICK’S DAY WITH DOGS Oh, I know what you’re probably thinking. Lots of Irish folks enjoying themselves at their local pub with a big plate of fish and chips. Maybe a big bowl of rich Irish Stew made with traditional Irish Guinness Beer. Oh yeah, and everyone wearing silly Irish Leprechaun hats while hoisting
Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! Even your dog. Here is an easy, healthy, and tasty recipe for homemade St. Patrick Day Dog Treats that will sure to elicit an Erin Go Bark! Cook Time: 30 minutes Yield: 3 dozen Preheat Oven: 350 degrees Ingredients 2 cups spinach ½ cups plain natural applesauce (no added
Two easy no-bake treat recipes for your canine valentine 1. Strawberry yogurt treats This is not only a no-brainer recipe for busy “hoomans,” but it’s quick to assemble, pretty to look at, and tummy-friendly. PREP TIME: 11 Minutes YIELD: 20 Balls INGREDIENTS · 1-1/2 C. Oat flour (or pulverize
Valentine’s Day has gone to the dogs! I know. I KNOW! That sounds a little cheeky, but there’s truly no better way to show your pup how much he positively means to you and is loved and appreciated by you than to do only one significant yet simple thing. Simply SHOW UP! It’s that easy.
With so much disinformation swirling around the topic of COVID-19, we decided to find the definitive answer to the question, “Can dogs get COVID-19?” According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), they can, but it’s rare. Here’s what the CDC wants us to know. The risk is considered to be low A small number