Without a doubt, we all want our pets to have the best care. And we understand that our pets can have a wide variety of...
As people all over the world adjust their daily routines and work schedules in the wake of COVID-19, we can’t forget about our furry little friends. The crisis is disruptive to our personal lives, but it also affects our dogs.
Harnesses began receiving more recognition in the 1990's as a result of animal rights activists campaigns. A harness typically puts less stress directly on a dog's neck and spreads the pressure across his chest and neck, saving dogs from the potential pressure on their windpipes.
Experts estimate that 17 million people will add a new pet to their families this year, and ASPCA estimates that approximately 7.6 million dogs and cats will be added to shelters in the US this year because they've been lost, given up on or abandoned by their owners.