National Lost Pet Prevention Month: How to Protect Your Pet!

Lost Pet? How to Avoid and What to Do…

July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month. Today, i’m going to go over a few tips and advice I have to prevent your dog from becoming just another “lost pet“ statistic. What does it mean to ‘protect’ your dog from being lost? How can I prevent the worst from happening? Lets start with some basic ideas of proper pet Identification.   Having proper pet ID is a must when it comes to finding a lost dog. If your dog has no ID, how on earth is anyone suppose to know who he/she belongs to when they are found? The most … Continue reading

5 Tips to Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

Summer Time With Your Pet Dog

Summer is here and that means it’s going to be hot outside! While us humans look for ways to stay cool and beat the heat ourselves this summer, we shouldn’t forget about our furry canine companions. Dogs can suffer from a number of heat-related injuries, so it’s important to be mindful of their needs and keep them cool and hydrated when it’s hot outside. Here are 5 summer safety tips to help keep your dog cool this summer: 1. Make Sure Your Dog Stays Hydrated Of course, your dog is going to need plenty of fresh water available to stay … Continue reading

Keep Your Pup Safe From Rattlesnakes This Summer

Rattle Snake

One of our favorite summer activities to do with our pups is to hop in the car (with our dog seat cover!) and go on nice nature walks or hikes. While these outings can be fun and especially exciting for your dog, there is one real danger that every dog owner should be aware of, especially if you are in an area that is prone to this threat. If you live in areas like Arizona or Colorado, rattlesnakes can be a real threat while you are on your walk or hike. Rattlesnakes are not only dangerous for you, but they … Continue reading

3 National Parks That Are Dog-Friendly

National Parks When Traveling With Your Dog

Summer is the perfect time to take an exciting road trip with your furry best friend. With so many beautiful places to see right here in the U.S., you don’t need to spend a lot of money on an exotic vacation. Plus, odds are that you won’t be able to take your pup along with you to a fancy resort. So, this summer, instead of traveling halfway around the world, try taking a trip to visit one of these gorgeous, dog-friendly, national parks that are right in our back yard. Grand Canyon National Park Located in Arizona, Grand Canyon National … Continue reading

3 Things to Keep in Mind When Camping With Your Dog

Camping With Your Dog Pet and Dog Safety Tips

Camping is the perfect summer activity. It allows you to get outdoors and to spend time with friends, family, and your furbaby. Camping is a great summer activity that you and your pup can enjoy together. However, before you take your dog camping with you, there are a few things you should keep in mind. These tips will help ensure that you and your pooch enjoy your next long weekend in the wilderness. Bring the Necessities When you are packing for your camping trip, you need the obvious necessities. You need to bring your sleeping bag, tent, food, etc. However, … Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know About Dog Parks!

Dog Parks Benefits

Dog parks – we love them right? Who wouldn’t dive at the chance to take their beloved 4 legged friends to a place of what seems to be sheer paradise to them? A place where dogs can meet, greet, play, sniff and do all the things dogs love to do! But what really lies behind dog parks?  Are there dangers you should be aware of?  What are the benefits? Stick with us today and i’ll do my best to answer all those dog park curiosities! Dog Park Risks: While dog parks are a great place for our fur babies to burn off some … Continue reading

Dog-Friendly Road Trips: 10 Must Haves for Stress Free Traveling

dog seat cover

Any dog lover knows that a vacation is just not the same if your dogs can’t join in on the fun! For this reason we are huge fans of bringing the dogs along whenever possible. Although it requires a bit of extra preparation, after many years and dozens of road trips, we like to think that we have become quite proficient at it! Behold, our list of 10 Essentials for Traveling with Dogs! 1. Lid Locking Container Naturally, you will be bringing dog food along on your road trip. We recommend packing it in a lid locking container as opposed … Continue reading

Our Favorite Dog-Friendly Hotels

Dog-Friend Hotels and Pack Your Dog and Have Fun

Traveling with your dog can be difficult, especially if you are having a tough time finding a dog-friendly hotel. However, if you’re anything like us, you love taking new adventures with your furry best friend. That is why we did our research and scoured the internet for the top dog-friendly hotels. We found that USA Today had a fairly comprehensive list that included hotel chains we have seen time and time again while searching for dog-friendly hotels. With the help of USA Today, we have picked a few of our favorite hotels that are sure to give your pup the … Continue reading

Our 3 Favorite Dog-Friendly Vehicles

Pet Car Seat Covers

Summer is almost here and we know that you have some big trips planned for your and your pup! With so many different places for you and your best friend to explore and discover, you need a vehicle that is built to handle even the most uncharted adventures. From the most rugged mountain terrain to the winding coastal highways, you need a car that can comfortably take you and your dog wherever the winds carries you. We have scoured car lots across the country and have found some fabulous vehicles that combine just the right amount of luxury and utility. Jeep … Continue reading

How to Stop Your Dog From Being Scared of Traveling in a Car

Traveling With Your Puppy in a Car

Most of the time, dogs who have a fear of going in a car have had some sort of traumatic memory in the past. This doesn’t have to be anything that we, as humans, would call traumatic, however. Indeed, it may seem as if from one day to the next, your dog simply decides to be scared of vehicles. Once it has made that decision, it may seem impossible to ever get it in the car again. However, there are actually things that you can do. Although some people choose to keep their dog out of the car, this is … Continue reading