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Packing an Emergency Go-Bag for Your Dog

Disasters, natural or man made, can strike at any moment whether it’s a fire, tornado, hurricane, or earthquake. We might be well prepared in terms of our human family members; however, we often forget that our dogs often have different needs and might not be as prepared when disaster strikes. Here are just a few items you should consider packing in those all important emergency go-bags for your pups.

6 Ways to Protect Your Dog's Paws Year Round

Whether you are still experiencing the cold of winter or starting to enjoy the warm sun, paw care is an important concern for many dog owners. Walking on hot or ice cold pavements can cause injury or irritations, but there are a few ways to keep your pooch’s paws safe from the elements.

6 Tips for Finding (and Keeping) the Right Dog Walker You'll Wish You'd Known Sooner

The search for the perfect dog walker isn’t easy and there are many factors to consider, especially whether or not your dogs liked the person that would be walking them. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you find the best dog walker for your furry pals.

How to Deal with Your Picky Eater- Dog Edition

When we first adopted Watson almost two years ago we had no idea what we would be in store for. We soon found out that he is the pickiest of picky eaters. He was about a pound underweight which is a lot for a small dog who’s healthy body weight is six pounds and would barely eat and vomit due to an empty stomach. We worked with Watson’s vet to try and find a healthy dog food he would eat. We tried every combination of store bought kibble and wet food, but to no avail. Eventually the vet advised that we cook every meal for him and so we did for about the first year and a half, but luckily, and a little bit on accident, we discovered that he would eat a freeze dried, raw dog food. Watson still isn’t a huge fan of food, and as such we are constantly finding new ways to keep him interested in his meals. We know that there are a lot of dog moms and dads out there that are going through the same struggles and so we thought we would share just a few of the tips and tricks we have tried over the last couple of years.

5 Tips to Make Trips to the Vet More Enjoyable for You and Your Pup

We all love our dogs like family, so when it comes time for the dreaded, yet necessary, vet visit it can be a bit intimidating for both you and your pup. Here are a few tips to help have a better experience during those all important check ups.
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