As a puppy parent, you may be wondering “What are the signs of over exercising a puppy?”, and more importantly, what actions you should take if that happens. After all, as a human being you probably know when you’ve exercised too much, but it may be harder to tell with your puppy. As a dog […]
Understanding the 5 reasons why dogs need walks is something that can benefit every dog owner. As a pet care professional, I’m all too aware of the many roadblocks that can prevent you from getting out on regular walks with your dog. Life with all the things you have to do each day can tire […]
***There are Affiliate Links in this Blog Post*** When leaving a puppy alone at home for the first time, one can get so stressed about the whole situation. You go back and forth as to whether you should do it or wonder if you can. The reality is leaving a puppy alone at home for […]
Having a puppy in your life means getting to have all that time to build that special bond and help him/her get used to your routine. Another important area you may thinking about when it comes to your puppy is playtime with puppy. with your puppy. That can be a tricky area particularly if you’re […]
As we get ready for Labor Day to announce the end of summer, I wanted to share some tips to help you and your dog have a safe and fun time. You might be finalizing your plans or just in the early stages of figuring out what you want to do, either way there is still a chance to make sure your dog is included and you both have a good time as well.
The connection we hope to experience with our puppy or dog may go well at home, but once it is time for a walk, it may be like you and your pup are on two different planets.
The holiday season means more time commitments for parties, shopping, travel, dinners, etc. However, something that gets put to the back burner, unintentionally, is taking the dog on walks.
It always is a great feeling when our dog wants our attention or likes to be next to us, since it puts a smile on our faces and strengthens the bond with our dog.
Dog Treats are something you see in the pet store, online, or hear about them from other dog parents, as well as research which ones to choose yourself. Furthermore, we use them in training to reward great behavior we want from our dog.
As we head into the last month of summer, you may be planning your party to end on a great note with family and friends. Unfortunately, you may be flexible with planning a last minute party and know what to do but that may not work for your dog. That is why I decided to write a post about guests coming to your house so you can start planning now and make it an enjoyable gathering for you and your dog– rather than a stressful one that is memorable for all the wrong reasons.