If you’ve got a brand-new puppy and you’re also working full-time, you most definitely don’t want to leave them home alone. Not only will they need help socializing and coping with separation anxiety, if they’re left alone for long periods of time, they have a better chance of getting into things they shouldn’t and wreaking havoc on your home. If
How to Comfort your Dog at Doggy Daycare
Are you sending your furry friend off to doggy daycare? You might be worried that man’s best friend is going to struggle and miss you in the time that you’re gone—whether that’s a few hours or several days. The truth is that you’re more likely to miss your friend more than he misses you. Your puppy is going to
When’s the Best Time to Start Training your Dog?
As the age old saying goes, it is possible to teach an old dog new tricks. Which begs the question, when should you start training your dog? Ideally, as soon as possible is the best advice to follow. Puppy Stage It may seem daunting to take on training a puppy but neglecting good manners at a young age will instill
4 Reasons In-Ground Fencing is More Beneficial for Dogs than Traditional Fencing
Having a fenced in yard is the best way to let your dog enjoy the outdoors. With a fenced in yard, your pup can play to their heart’s content while setting boundaries to make sure they are safe. When it comes to figuring out the best fencing option to get your beloved dog safe, here are a few reasons to
Dog Grooming: A Spa for your Dog
It’s back to school time! You know what that means: new backpack, new folders, new pens and pencils, a fresh new box of crayons, and whatever else is on your child’s must-have list for school. And the school supply front isn’t the only thing that gets a makeover. It’s time for a refreshed wardrobe for your growing child, who may
Back to School Daycare
The kids are about to head back to school. It’s time to replace the sunscreen and swim trunks with backpacks, pencils, and notebooks. Many companies have lax summer hours, where employees work fewer hours during the week, or even have Friday afternoons off. For many adults, that means you’re back to regular, more strict hours at work. The slow, fun
Can I Board a Sick Dog?
In case you were wondering, yes, dogs can get colds too! While a dog can’t catch an illness from you (except potentially certain types of influenza, new experts are saying), they can have their own version of a cold, and they can have a variety of other viruses that leave them symptomatic and wanting to lay around all day just
How to Socialize your Dog
As a proud puppy mom or dad, one of your top priorities is ensuring they grow up to be healthy and strong. You also want them to be happy and well-behaved. It’s important to socialize your dog from a young age so that you can ensure they are friendly, confident adults ready to take on the dog world. When trying
How to Vacation with a Dog
Summer is almost here! Time to pack a bag and the kids and head out on the summer trip of your dreams! But who’s going to take care of your furry friends? If you’re hoping to take your precious pup on a trip with you, you need to make a few extra plans ahead of time. Traveling Has your dog
Pet Sitter or Dog Boarding?
When you go out of town, what’s better for you and your pet? A pet sitter or dog boarding? Chances are, depending on where you live, there are plenty of opportunities for both. There are plenty of teenagers looking for some extra cash that will take great care of your pets, and some boarding facilities have become more like a