You walked outside and the dog snuck up behind you, then slipped through the front door again? We’ve all been there! What’s the first thing you do?
The wetness of a dog’s nose is essential for determining what direction a smell is coming from.
Going out of town can be a nerve wrecking feeling, both for you and your pet. Trying to travel when you have a pet can create stressors, if not properly planned. In home sitting is the best option to reduce the amount of stress on your furry family member. Allowing them to remain at home …
If there is one thing we couldn’t stand ourselves, it’s trimming a pet’s nails. You know it has to be done, they know it will be happening again. Hopefully these next few tips you from dreading nail trim time.
Whether you own a dog or not, this video is hilarious and really gets us thinking about what we tolerate pets doing, that we wouldn’t see fit to do ourselves. Being such a huge part of the pet world here, there are a few things from the video we find more tolerable than others.
From the moment you set your eyes on those tiny puppy feet and the fresh smell of puppy breathe, you knew it was love at first sight. Yet, we all know play biting and “accidents” are not too far behind. Just like with children, it’s important that puppies have numerous amounts of positive experiences during their formative years. Which makes this the ideal time to start teaching your new pup some life skills.