Human Grade Dog Food vs Feed Grade Dog Food

Human Grade Dog Food vs Feed Grade Dog Food

Buying your pup the best food may not be as easy as you think. There’s a lot of research that should be done when it comes to finding the most suitable dog food! There are many factors that you should consider when looking at different brands and recipes for your pup. One of them is whether it is classified as human grade or feed grade dog food.
Read more
Human Food: What’s Safe For Your Dog’s Health?

Human Food: What’s Safe For Your Dog’s Health?

In part one of this two part article, we spoke about the human foods to avoid feeding to your fur baby. The article detailed the most toxic foods, and foods that are potentially dangerous. You can read the first article, here
  In this article, we’re going to go over the different types of human food that are safe to feed your pup (as a special treat), and the types that are even a benefit to your dog’s health. 
Read more
Human Food: What’s Toxic For Your Dog’s Health?

Human Food: What’s Toxic For Your Dog’s Health?

It’s hard to resist the charm of our pups around dinner time. When human food is around, our furry little friends seem to transform into the pure essence of cute. Sometimes we fall victim to that cute charm, and we give our pup some scraps. We tend to think we know what’s good and bad for our dog; there’s a pretty widely known list of foods dog owners know they should never give to their dogs: 
Read more
Keep Your Dog Happy and Healthy: Daily Walks

Keep Your Dog Happy and Healthy: Daily Walks

As most if not all dog owners know, dog wellness leads to dog longevity, and what better way for your pup to stay healthy than their favorite time of the day: walk time! Here are some reasons why walk time is actually key to dog longevity, and how you can allot the correct exercise time for them! Why Walks? Just like with humans, dogs require exercise to keep their bodies fit and working properly.
Read more
Dog Separation Anxiety: How To Treat and Prevent It

Dog Separation Anxiety: How To Treat and Prevent It

In part one of this two part article, we talked about how dog separation anxiety develops and how to recognize it. In this second part, we’re going to talk about the best and most effective ways to not only treat separation anxiety, but to prevent it too. A brief reminder: the dog owner is hardly ever at fault for their pup’s development of separation anxiety. 
Read more
Dog Separation Anxiety: How It Happens and How To Recognize It

Dog Separation Anxiety: How It Happens and How To Recognize It

Many dog owners hate leaving their pup home alone. You feel like you’re abandoning your furry little friend. You might leave the TV on or give them a treat to settle their nerves, and usually your pup will relax soon enough. 
Some owners will say, “My dog always follows me around the house; I think they have separation anxiety.”
Read more
Recognizing Anxiety In Your Dog

Recognizing Anxiety In Your Dog

I’m sorry dog owners but I’ve got to break it to you: our dogs can’t talk. I know, I know, you swear your dog said your name that one time after it yawned, and I totally believe you. I’m not going to deprive you of that miraculous moment; I’m here today to talk about recognizing key signs that point to anxiety in our pups. 
Chronic anxiety devastates anyone who experiences it, especially our furry little friends. 
Read more
10 Dog Breeds That Want To Be Worked

10 Dog Breeds That Want To Be Worked

If you like to be on the go, and want a companion along the way, find yourself a pup that will join you every step of the way. These active dog breeds want to be worked. They’ll hike, walk, run, fetch, and maybe even dance. Whatever the case, if you enjoy an active lifestyle and are looking for the right pup for you, then consider these active pups.
Read more
10 Dog Breeds That Love Doing Nothing As Much As You Do

10 Dog Breeds That Love Doing Nothing As Much As You Do

Do you ever come home giddy with glee to do absolutely nothing? Do you ever wish you could come home and be greeted by a cute little pup that feels the exact same way? Well, you’ve come to the right place. These pups aren’t known for their high energy levels, and they’re perfect for owners who want to lounge on the couch and cuddle. 
Read more
Keep Your Dog Young With Antioxidant Rich Food

Keep Your Dog Young With Antioxidant Rich Food

Although it’s easy to go to the pet store and find the dog food brand you saw on TV claiming to be “healthy” for your pup, don’t fall into this trap. What your dog eats is one of the most important parts of keeping them healthy and around for a long time. When you check the labels of dog food to decide which to buy, one of the most important words you should see is “antioxidant”. 
Read more
More Essential Oils To Boost Your Dog’s Immune System

More Essential Oils To Boost Your Dog’s Immune System

In our previous article, we offered an in depth look at the immune system boosting benefits of four different, essential oils. I’ll give you a quick rundown of the essential oils referenced in the previous article:
Lavender:Lavender provides stress reducing and infection-fighting properties that aid your pup’s immune system.
Read more
Tick Checking 101

Tick Checking 101

When the weather turns warm and the snow is gone, we as dog owners are ready for longer walks and more fun in the sun with our furry friends! Unfortunately, the warmer weather also brings back those nasty pests that no one wants to find on them: ticks. They can be tricky to find on your pup and even trickier to get off, so here’s the 411 on how to find and remove those nuisances.
Read more
33 results
Continue shopping
Your Order

You have no items in your cart