On the Road Again: How to Easily Road Trip with your Dog
Keep It Cool Keep the cabin around 65-73 F inside the car, and when in doubt opt for the cooler range. Places, People! Like any well-executed plan, there is a practicing element involved. A 12-hour marathon road trip, ideally, should not be the first time your dog has ever ridden in the car. If you […]
Beach Bums – Ways to Stay Cool & Clean at the Beach!
It’s that time again – vacation! For those of you who are beach-bound, we’ve organized a list of need-to-know essentials for having the best trip ever. Safety First We all love a getaway and the relaxed versions of ourselves we let loose on vacay; but, you know your pup best. If they aren’t super social […]
How to Make Summer Stress-free for Dogs
Summer is so fun for so many reasons. Cook outs, vacations, and gorgeous weather, to name a few. Did you know some of these things yield stressful or dangerous outcomes for your pet? We’ve listed some of the commonplace triggers below as well as lesser-known threats to help you avoid them and have purely smooth […]
Talking Points for a Conversation About Dogs with Kids!
The other day I saw a trainer with a reactive dog. He was barking at a kid who must have been 5 or 6 years old. Enough to fluster a lot of people but the parent was calm and just shrugged and said “Buddy not all dogs like new people – but that’s okay. Lots […]
Spring and Summer Dog Essentials
Household Items Peppermint Essential Oil Great for preventing and/or removing ticks easily after walks through wooded areas. Dab a little bit on the back of their neck as a preventative for these pests. (Be sure to thoroughly comb your dog after hikes in the woods to ensure they haven’t picked up unwanted guests) Paper Rolls […]
Keys to Working Through Doggy Anxiety
Emotional support animals are truly amazing. More and more people are finding that their pets have anxiety, too. This is not exactly a new phenomenon as rescued pups often exhibit some skittish behavior as they acclimate to new environments; this can sometimes be the result of abuse or it could be any kind of trauma […]
Dog Breeds as Sweet Treats – What Kind Do You Have?
Find out what your breed of dog would be as a dessert and see a breakdown of all things delicious for your doggy! Rottweiler – Sea Salt Caramel Can look tough on the outside but are soft and so sweet inside. Labrador Retriever – Reeses Cup A cult classic. Yorkshire Terrier – Twizzlers The people […]
Spring Essentials for your Dog
Okay, so essentials might be stretched on the list below (we think food, water, shelter, etc. are give-ins since you’re reading a pet store blog page). However, we’ll keep the bougie accessory list to a minimum. These are household items that do double-duty and come in handy when taking your dog on the hottest […]
Training Hacks for Stubborn Pups
Dress the Part We encourage you to be one of those people who walks with a saddle bag of treats on their hip! No, we’re not kidding. Dogs with little legs and big personalities are going viral on TikTok, Target launched matching puffer jackets for you and your dog. In short, the world is ablaze […]
Is Your Dog a Material Girl (or Boy)? They Might Love a Spa Day
Grooming needs can vary from dog to dog. However, some practices are commonplace for all; like brushing their coats and making sure their nails are trimmed. Here’s the order if you’re looking to treat your pup to an at-home overhaul for spring: brush, bath, blow-out, and nails. Brushing This one is pretty straightforward but we […]