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How to Keep Your Dog Warm and Safe in Cold Weather
Brrr! It's been freezing lately, even for us over in usually sunny California. In fact, we've been experiencing more rain than we have seen collectively in the last decade! With that said it got me thinking a lot about how to keep my two pups, Sherlock and Watson, warm and cozy. Most people, especially those of us in temperate California, assume our dogs don't need anything extra in the wintertime, and that their fur and instincts will protect them from the biting cold, but that is often not the case.
Myths and Misconceptions of Shelter Dogs
When it comes to animal shelters and dogs in particular there are many myths and misconceptions that are prevalent in...
10 Reasons Why Shelter Dogs are the Best
Have a shelter/ rescue dog, or maybe thinking about adopting one? Then look no further for 10 reasons why we think rescue dogs are simply the best!
9 Pool Safety Tips for Dogs
As the weather continues to warm a lot of pup parents will want to enjoy a bit of sun and swim with our furry pals. But before you bust out those umbrellas and floaties make sure you and your pup are caught up on some safety tips to make every poolside day as safe as they can be!
8 Signs Your Dog Loves You
Never in a million years did I think I would become one of those crazy dog people that loves her fur babies like human children, but after 2 years and 2 dogs I can say confidently and proudly say that I am a DOG MOM! My Watson and Sherlock are a part of the family and as such I show them tons of love and affection in various ways and even scold them every once in a while when they misbehave. I spoil them with treats, playtime, and most of all cuddles. But sometimes it can be difficult to tell if our dogs love us as much as we do them. Here are just 8 ways dogs show their affection for us.
Gifts $10 and Under
Looking for a little something to add to an already awesome gift? Or just seeking out a unique stocking stuffer for the dog-lover in your life? Then we've got you covered with several of our favorite gifts for $10 and under!
Christmas Holiday Prep Guide
Kick off the holidays this year in style with some of our favorite things.
Supporting The Woof Warehouse Makes a Difference For Shelter Pups like Puff
As most of you may already know a big part of our mission is to help shelter dogs find loving and forever homes and a...
Marvelous Mutts: 7 Reasons We Love Mixed Breed Dogs
In celebration of National Mutt Day we’re throwing down some of our favorite reasons why mutts are the best!
6 Ways to Keep Your Dog Smelling Fresh Between Baths
Ah, baths. They can be the most despised parts of owning a pupper, but they are necessary for the health of your dog. Whether your pooch has a knack for finding the last of the mud puddles in the backyard or simply gets a little smelly a matter of hours after a thorough cleaning, bathing your dog every day isn’t healthy for your dog’s coat or skin. Instead, try one (or more) of these 6 ways to keep your pup smelling clean and fresh between baths!
Easter Hazards to Keep Away From Your Dog
Ahh… Easter. That springtime holiday with painted eggs, blooming flowers, decorative baskets, egg hunts, and of course the Easter bunny. But beware because there are many dangers that can cause lots of issues and are threats to the health and safety of your dog. Read on to find out more.
Supporting The Woof Warehouse Makes a Difference for Shelter Dogs Like Poochini
As most of you may already know a big part of our mission is to help shelter dogs find loving and forever homes and as such we donate 5% of our profits to Marin Humane. This amazing non-profit shelter is where we adopted our two tiny muses (Watson and Sherlock) from. With all of the wonderful orders from the past year we are able to sponsor the adoption fees of two senior dogs! You might ask why we chose to sponsor senior dogs. The simple fact is that dogs over the age of 10 are much more difficult to adopt out. Senior pups are often more subdued in shelters and as such don’t tend to catch the eye of potential pawrents. Additionally, senior dogs can sometimes come with health issues that most people aren’t willing to deal with. By covering the adoption fees of these older and wiser pups means it gives adopters one less expense to worry about and hopefully encourage them to consider a dog they might have otherwise overlooked.