How to Throw an Epic Dog Birthday Party

How to Throw an Epic Dog Birthday Party

So your dogs birthday is coming and you have been throwing around the idea of having a proper birthday party for him.   You’re not sure where to start, who to invite, or what activities you could possibly do. Time to put that creativity to the test! Today, I am going to share how to throw an epic dog birthday party! Who to invite? There are a couple different things you could do here. Do you have friends with dogs? If so, invite them, and have a visit with your friends while the dogs enjoy the party! If you don’t … Continue reading

5 Myths About Dogs – BUSTED!

5 Myths About Dogs - BUSTED!

There is so much we thought we knew years and years ago about our 4 legged companions. Over the years, so much has changed as we have learned more and more about them as time goes by. And I believe we still have much to learn. While some things still ring true today, there are many which are now considered myths. That being said, some people still swear by them. So, what is true and what is not? How are we suppose to know what is a myth and what is fiction? Let’s take today and learn 5 myths about dogs … Continue reading

10 Tips to Help Your Dog “Beat The Heat”

10 Tips to Help Your Dog "Beat The Heat"

Wow!! It’s getting hot out there! Fun in the sun, swimming, outdoor activities… summer can be great! But, how hot is too hot when it comes to your dog? Check out these 10 tips to help your dog beat the heat! 1. Frozen treats! Dogs are very much like us humans when it comes to a cool treat on a hot day! 2. Shade is your best friend. Whether you’re in the comfort of your own home, or out on a walk with your pooch. Find some shade and take a break from the sun. 3. Air conditioning! I couldn’t make it through … Continue reading

Help! My Dog Is Scared of Thunderstorms!

Help! My Dog Is Scared of Thunderstorms!

Ah yes… thunderstorms. If ever there was a common fear among so many dogs, it is the dreaded crack of thunder rumbling through our homes during a storm. Where I’m from, since the warm weather hit, we have had storm after storm after storm. Luckily, my huskies don’t seem to mind them. My human kids on the other hand… but what about the dogs that literally shake and hide with fear during a storm? In my dog groups on FB I have seen so many pleas from people – help, my dog is scared of thunderstorms! So today, I thought … Continue reading

3 Helpful Tips to Trim Your Dog’s Nails

3 Helpful Tips to Trim Your Dog's Nails

Trimming your dog’s nails is an important part of being a pet owner. Any part of grooming a dog is important, but leaving those nails long can ultimately cause health issues and can be just plain uncomfortable.   In just a moment I will share some of my own personal tips I find helpful to trim your dog’s nails. And hey, if it helps my huskies nails get done, hopefully it will help you too! How could long nails possibly cause health issues to my dog? Long toenails can easily get split and infected A dog’s nail can literally grow … Continue reading

5 Yummy Dog Treat Recipes for Summer

5 Yummy Dog Treat Recipes for Summer

What is one thing you look forward to when the weather gets hot? Cold treats! There is nothing better on a hot day than a cool treat (or drink). Our dogs think so too! Trust me… they have told me so. Today I want to share 5 of my favorite yummy dog treat recipes for summer: 1. Peanut Butter Banana Pops – 1 cup organic peanut butter – 1 banana – 1/4 cup water Mash up banana and peanut butter in a mixing bowl. Stir the water in, and mix it all up. Put your mixture into an ice cube … Continue reading

5 Things to Think About Before Getting a Second Dog

5 Things to Think About Before Getting a Second Dog

Dogs are man and woman’s best friend. They enrich our lives as we enrich theirs. We simply cannot live without them. Well in that case, the more the merrier, right?   Seems legit… however multi-pet households are not always the best option for some people. Have you ever heard that saying from Lays potato chips? “betcha can’t eat just one.” Change it up a bit and the phrase “Betcha can’t have just one” rings so true for many pet owners. Pets can be addicting, and with good reason. But before you decide to add to your pack, lets go over … Continue reading

10 Ways Your Dog Shows He Loves You

10 Ways Your Dog Shows He Loves You

Dogs are full of love, that is no secret. And they love to show us just how much they have to give. Generally, its not hard to tell when a dog is showing affection. But sometimes their action can be mistaken for affection, or vice versa – their affection can be mistaken for something completely different. What do I mean? Take tail wagging for instance… We assume that when a dog wags his tail, it means he’s happy and showing his love for us. But that is not always the case. Tail wagging can mean different things such as anxiety, stress … Continue reading

10 Reasons Why You Should Walk Your Dog

Walk Your Dog: Benefits of Walking Your Dogs

Walking the dog sounds so common, so normal, like everyone must do it right?… right? Wrong. Did you know that somewhere in the range of 38 – 40% of dog owners do not walk their dogs? I know, I was surprised as well. But it’s true. Given a small percentage of those people I’m sure have good reason, but what about the rest? Here’s what some people have to say: “I can’t walk my dog because I work.” “I don’t have enough time.” “There is no where to walk my dog.” “He doesn’t need walks, we have a big yard.” … Continue reading

Muddy Paws? We Have Solutions!

Muddy Paws Tips for Your Pet Dogs

The weather is warming up, the flowers will start to bloom, the grass will start to turn green, the ground will get… muddy. Muddy paws is a never ending issue we pet parents have to face. Especially in the Spring season. There are some solutions that can help though, but best of all – prevention! Prevention is key when it comes to muddy paws. Not that we can technically prevent paws from getting dirty, because let’s face it, there is simply no way around that. But what we can prevent is keeping those muddy paws off of our clean floors … Continue reading