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Who could resist a cute face, big bold eyes, and floppy ears? But is adding a new family member the right decision for you and your family? Come find out the top 10 questions you should ask yourself when adopting a dog. Read
Who could resist a cute face, big bold eyes, and floppy ears? But is adding a new family member the right decision for you and your family? Come find out the top 10 questions you should ask yourself when adopting a dog.
Puppies are full of energy and always seem to be able to get into every and anything. So it's important to keep your house puppy-proof in order to keep them safe. Get your house ready for your new member of the family.
Dog training should be fun, but often it's a real challenge. A trained dog is a happy dog, so get on your way with these essentials tips from dog training experts.
Sick puppies can be tricky to deal with, and one of the trickiest parts is figuring out if they are sick in the first place. Since they are not able to communicate how they feel, all you really have to go on is changes in their behavior, which (since puppies can act like weirdos regularly) might be tough to pick out. Here are a few telltale signs that your pup may be feeling less than 100%.
When it comes to getting a new puppy there is a lot of excitement in the house and it's almost like having a brand new baby. However, it is important to remember that our puppies are not babies, but dogs and it is important to start obedience training from the first day. Here are a few steps to get you and your new puppy started.
Even though a new puppy is cute and small like a stuffed animal, puppies are far from toys. They require a lot of special attention. Here are some important things you can do with your puppy to ensure they are on their way to being a happy and healthy dog.
Your puppy will need to be taught early on how to go to the bathroom outside or in a certain spot. Patience, consistency, and these 7 proven tricks will help you get the message across.
Puppies are no different than children. They never seem to listen and are always getting themselves into trouble. Regardless, we love them just the same. Here are a few things to keep in mind before bringing home your new puppy in order to not only keep them safe and out of harms way, but your sanity as well. Find out more here.
Vaccinating pets is an important step in ensuring their health and safety. Find out which vaccines dogs need.
Small breed puppies have different needs than their larger counterparts. Things like food, toys, and leashes will all need to be purchased with your puppies size in mind. If you have a small breed pup, here are some great products to help get you started.
Bringing home a new puppy is a joyful occasion and having a puppy is also a big responsibility. As pet parents, it’s our job to make sure puppy stays clean, healthy, and well looked after.
Not all puppies are the same, and large breed puppies have different requirements than small or medium breed pups. Their diet, for one, is a major difference. Toys also need to be able to stand up to their ever increasing power reserves. Here are a few products that are must haves for anyone with a large breed puppy.
Most pet parents probably believe that proper joint health is something they won't have to worry about until their pup reaches their senior years. The truth is, hip dysplasia can occur in puppies as young as five months old. Learn more here.
Adopting a pet is a big decision. Bringing a pet into your home, and folding their care into your daily routine can be tricky. Here are the key considerations and checklists you'll need when adopting a dog or cat.
Animal shelters can be stressful places, and dogs won't always be themselves at first when you go to meet and adopt. Learn how to successfully adopt a dog from a shelter.
When it comes to new pets, puppies can be the most fun--and sometimes the most work. To get started on the right paw, first make sure you have the essentials.
When you're not around, the kennel is the best place for your pet to stay out of trouble and stay safe. Learn how to train your pet to go to their kennel here.
Diarrhea in puppies can be caused by a large number of things, and can range from mild to severe. Most cases of mild diarrhea can be treated at home without prescription medication. Find out everything you need to know about how to get rid of diarrhea in puppies.
Cocker Spaniels are eager to please, so you can use their natural disposition to get them potty trained pretty painlessly. Learn how here.
To avoid bringing your Yorkshire Terrier outdoors to eliminate, potty train your dog to go indoors on puppy pads instead. Learn how to wee-wee pad train your Yorkie here.
Basset Hounds are highly intelligent dogs whose stubbornness make it difficult to potty train them. Follow these simple steps and get your Hound house-ready.
Training your puppy is one of the best things you can do for them, and for yourself. Teaching your puppy the rules, boundaries, and limits of their new home is important to their development, and to your relationship with them.
Protecting your puppy from fleas and ticks is should be near the top of the list things to investigate for new pet parents. Find out if and when you can start using one of the best protection products on the market on your new little friend.
It seems as if more and more pet parents are getting into the whole do-it-yourself lifestyle when it comes to caring for their pets, even when it comes to nutrition. Find out the important things to consider before you begin making your puppy food from scratch.