Your pup is part of the family. Therefore, he/she will join you on some family gatherings and of course you want them to be on their best behavior. If you plan to take you pup on relative gatherings there are some commands you should make sure they learn. Although your fur-baby might be well trained at home, they may not apply those commands in unfamiliar spaces. To avoid unwanted accidents, take you puppy out as…"3 Commands to Teach Your Pup When Visiting Other Homes"
We all wish our pups could live forever. The good news is that we can do everything possible to make sure they live the longest and healthiest life they can. Of course, giving them a lot of love, playing with them to promote physical activity, and giving them quality food help, but there is a lot more that goes into raising a healthy puppy. Avoid the next few oversights to prolong your fur-babies life: Letting…"10 Ways You are Shortening Your Pups Life"
Puppies are just like us, they have a rollercoaster of emotions. However, dog emotions can be hard to pinpoint since your furry soul mates cannot use words to explain how they feel. Although, you can assess a dog’s mood by reading their body language and behavior. If you think a crying pup is the only sign you will encounter, think again. Here are some physical signs to look out for when your puppy is sad.…"What to Do When Your Pup Gets the Blues"
Your dogs are not shaking their heads and scratching their ears just to look cute. This can be the early signs of allergies or worse, an ear infection. Cleaning your pups ears regularly is an important routine you should place for you pup. Make sure to speak to your veterinarian before you get started with monthly cleanings. It is crucial that they undergo a tympanic exam as certain cleaners can be harmful for your dog.…"How to Clean Your Dogs Ears"
Taking your new puppy or adult dog to the vet is essential for their health and well-being. There is no one better to answer the questions that come with owning a pet than by an expert. Visits should start as soon as fur babies are born. Once your puppy is evaluated for the first time, you will know the frequency in which you will be visiting the vet for checkups. You can always expect your…"How Often Should You Take Your Dog to The Vet"
Yes, leashes are primarily to keep your pup safe and under control, but every fur ball is different. There are some factors that will determine what kind of leash will be the best fit for your furry soulmate. What are the different types of dog leashes? Here are a few examples: Standard Leashes Retractable Dog Leashes Chain Leashes Multiple Dog Leash Seat Belt Safety Leash Harness Standard Leashes: This is the most commonly used dog…"How to Find the Right Leash For Your Puppy"
When you welcome a new puppy into your home they tend to tell you all the things you need to do in terms of; food, sleep, training, teething, and sleep. We are pretty sure you are ready for your pup to arrive, but we decided to take it a step further by teaching you some 6 puppy facts that can help you understand how your puppy is experiencing the world around them. They sweat through…"6 Facts Every Puppy Parent Should Know"
We can all agree that puppies make the world go round! From their cute little paws to their adorable puppy eyes, puppies can melt even the toughest of hearts! But, how do we gage how they feel? Just like their physical growth, puppies go through emotional development as well and the first year is the most important. During this 12 month period, they learn what they like, what scares them, what makes them feel safe,…"A Month to Month Guide on Your Puppies Emotional Development"
Just like we need physical activity, so does your fur-baby! Their suggested daily activity can depend on breed, age, size, and more. Some dogs are good to go with a daily walk and others need a more strenuous activity, but one thing is for sure: all dogs need exercise to keep them happy and healthy. To find out if your puppy needs more exercise look out for these signs Pestering or annoying behavior As much…"Signs That Your Dog is Not Getting Enough Exercise"
We all know how hard it is to resist sharing food with your pup when they give you those adorable puppy eyes. Although some human snacks are safe in small doses, you should strictly have your puppy stick to K9 appropriate foods. Here are some foods that you should completely avoid giving them all together: Popcorn: Due to their high level of fat and sodium, popcorn can lead to dehydration in a short-time period, and…"Foods that are Dangerous for Your Puppy"