What to Do If You and Your Pup Encounter a Rattlesnake

What to Do If You and Your Pup Encounter a Rattlesnake

In our blog, “Keep Your Pup Safe From Rattlesnakes This Summer,” we discussed a few different ways you can protect your pup from a rattlesnake bite, as well as measures you can take to avoid an encounter altogether. However, if you are going to be spending a lot of time outside and on different hiking trails, chances are you will encounter a rattlesnake at some point. While this can be a scary experience, there are a few things you should keep in mind if you and your pooch come into contact with a rattlesnake. Stay Calm If you and your … Continue reading

3 Tips for Keeping You and Your Pup Safe While You’re on the Road

On the Road With Your Pet Dog Travel Tips!

We know that you love taking your dog on trips and little car rides. Not only do you enjoy having your best friend along for the ride, but any car trip is like a mini adventure for your furry best friend.   Whether you are just running to the grocery store or on your way to a great hiking trail, every car ride offers a new and exciting experience for them. While these car rides offer a great way for you to enjoy your pup’s company, it is still important to ensure that you and your dog are also safe … Continue reading

Car Rides With Your Pup Don’t Have to Be So Ruff

Car Rides and Traveling With Your Pet Dogs: How to Make It Easy…

In our most recent blog, we discussed ways you can keep you and your dog safe while you are on the road. Since then, some of our readers have asked us for some advice on how they can help their pups become more comfortable with and enjoy their car rides.   While every dog is unique and handles traveling differently, we have a few tips and tricks that might help make traveling a little more comfortable for you and your pup. 1. Make it Fun Making your dog comfortable with car rides all starts when they are young. Of course … Continue reading

Fun Summer Activities for You and Your Pooch

Summer Activities for Your Pet Dog: Hiking, Swimming With Sweet Treats

Summer is here and that means it is finally time to get outside! With the warm weather and long days, there are so many fun activities just waiting for you and your pup. Recently, we have been discussing traveling with your dog. We have covered everything from what to bring on a road trip to what are the best dog-friendly hotels, but what kind of trips might you take with your pup? The possibilities are endless! There are so many different places to explore and things to do, it would be impossible to include them all in a few short paragraphs. … Continue reading

Your Comprehensive Check List for Your Next Road Trip With Your Pup!

Road Trip With You Pet Dog Check List When Traveling

Okay, so we know that we have been giving you a lot of information about traveling with your dog. We have covered everything from safety to which hotels are the best dog-friendly hotels and while, this is all great and helpful information, we would venture to guess that you are wondering how you are going to remember all of this for your next adventure.   Fortunately, we have decided to combine all of this information into one comprehensive checklist so you can ensure that you have everything you need for your next road trip. Pet’s collar and tags Leash Water … Continue reading

3 Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe While Camping

Camping With Your Dog Tips and Enjoy Time With Your Pet Dog

In one of our most recent blogs, we went over a few general tips for camping with your dog. We wanted to expound on that a little bit and discuss how to keep your dog safe while you are exploring the great outdoors.   While camping can be a great adventure for you and your pup, there are plenty of opportunities for things to go wrong if you are not careful. Safe Place to Sleep It may seem alright to leave your pup out at night, as long as he is on a leash, however, we do not recommend it. … Continue reading

Fun Water Activities Your Pup Can Do at Home

Water Safety Tips and Suggestions for Your Pet Dogs

In some of our past blogs, we talked a little bit about water safety tips and how you can help keep your dog safe during the summer. Spending some time romping around in the water can be a great way to help keep your pup cool this summer, but we understand that you won’t be able to take them out to the park or the lake every afternoon. However, there are plenty of ways your pup can have fun with water around the house. Kiddie Pool When our pups get hot after playing a game of fetch and are looking for … Continue reading

3 Important Tips for Dog Park Etiquette

Dog Park Etiquette 101

Summer is almost here and that means it is time to get your pup, pack up your car seat covers for dogs, and head out for an adventure. Dog parks are a great place to take your pup this summer. They offer your dogs a fun and safe place to play and socialize with other pups. Some dog parks even have lakes or fun water fixtures so your pup can cool off after romping around. While dog parks can be a fun place where your dog can let loose, there are etiquette rules that all dog owners should be aware of … Continue reading

4 Signs Your Pup May Have Allergies

Allergies and How to Detect it from your Pet Dog

Just like humans, dogs can suffer from allergies. Whether they are food allergies or seasonal allergies, your pup can experience the same nagging, itching symptoms. However, it can be difficult to recognize these symptoms in your pup. After all, they can’t exactly come out and say that they don’t feel well. So, how do you know if your furbaby is suffering from those nasty allergies? There are a few signs that every dog parent should be aware of. Constant Scratching Just humans experience itchy eyes, if your dog is suffering from an allergic reaction, he might constantly scratch or lick … Continue reading

3 Helpful Tips for Moving with Your Dog

Moving With Your Pet Dog? Here’s How to Make it Easy

Moving is a stressful process! Whether you are moving down the street or across the country, it never seems to go as smoothly as you hope, especially if you have a dog. Not only is it stressful for you, but it is stressful your pup, as well. Luckily, you can simplify the process a bit if you keep these helpful tips in mind. 1. Avoid Flying If you are moving with your dog, it is best to avoid flying altogether. It is best to drive. Driving, although it takes longer, is easier for you and your dog. You can make … Continue reading