Doggie Blog

Training your dog to walk on a leash is crucial for all dog owners to achieve. Whether your dog is a puppy or a rescued senior, teaching your pup to use a leash when going on walks is key. Some dogs might learn this very easily while others can definitely be stubborn (if you have a Boston Terrier, you know what I mean)
Today is the big day! You’ve just picked up your new pupper and are headed home. This is such an exciting moment for both you and your new furry friend. But you may find yourself wondering, “what now?” 
They are called "man's best friend" for a reason. Dogs are amazing companions who love their owners unconditionally. If you are thinking about adding a furry family member, then consider adopting or fostering.
Munching on chews is among dogs’ favorite pastimes. They can sit for hours just chewing away. But, did you know that not all chews are created equal? Of course, you want to provide your pupper with only the best. The right kind of chew can be super beneficial for your dog’s teeth by scraping away tartar

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.