Tips to Keep Your Dog Calm this Memorial Day

Tips to Keep Your Dog Calm this Memorial Day

May 27, 2022 2 min read

Did someone say barbeque? Memorial Day is just around the corner. The holiday is full of fun, sun, and fireworks. Even though the bright lights may be beautiful in the sky, the loud noise may scare your pup and make them feel not so ‘pawtriotic’.

While you’re preparing for the perfect Memorial Day with your family and friends, here are some things you can do to celebrate with your dog’s firework anxiety in mind!

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The Perks of Adopting a Dog

The Perks of Adopting a Dog

May 17, 2022 2 min read

Mark your calendars, May 20th is National Rescue Dog Day! Rescuing a dog from your local shelter, or even fostering a dog makes a huge difference. In fact, there are more adoptable dogs in the shelter than people willing to adopt them. 
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Traveling with your Dog

Dog Mom Guide: Traveling with your Dog

May 13, 2022 3 min read

We made it through the winter months! Spring has sprung and the weather is getting warmer day-by-day. With summer quickly approaching, I'm sure you’ll have some fun vacations planned. 

Memorial Day will be here before you know it. As one of my personal favorite holidays, I am planning a trip to Northern Michigan with my dog, Riser. Traveling with a dog can be tough, but with enough preparation, your vacation with your dog will be great!

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How to Prep Your Dog For a New Baby

How to Prep Your Dog For a New Baby

April 19, 2022 2 min read

First your family gained paws, now it is gaining tiny feet. Having a baby comes with a lot of preparation. While prepping your home, it is important to remember to prep your dog for your new family member as well!

According to the AKC, dogs can sense the changes your body goes through during pregnancy including physical, emotional, and even smell. With new changes may come some anxiety for your dog. Here are a few things you can do before your due date that will ease your pup’s anxiety. 

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Ways to Celebrate Earth Day With Your Dog

Ways to Celebrate Earth Day With Your Dog

April 18, 2022 2 min read

Earth Day is almost here! On April 22, we take the time to appreciate our planet and spend some time outdoors. While you’re celebrating Earth Day, your dog can celebrate with you. 

Spending time with your dog outside is proven to lower your stress levels and blood pressure levels. There are many ways you can enjoy the great outdoors with your dog on Earth Day. Looking for some ideas? Here are just a few!

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Ways to Stay Fit With Your Dog: Canine Fitness Month

Ways to Stay Fit With Your Dog: Canine Fitness Month

April 01, 2022 2 min read

Did someone say fetch? That’s right, April is the perfect time to celebrate bonding with your dog all month long! April marks Canine Fitness Month, and there are many reasons as to why this is an important month to celebrate. 

Keeping your pup fit and healthy is important not only for their physical health, but for their mental health as well. A fit and active dog has a longer lifespan and is less likely to develop canine obesity.

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Getting Your Dog Comfortable with Nail Trims at Home

Getting Your Dog Comfortable with Nail Trims at Home

April 01, 2022 2 min read

Does your dog get anxious when you take them to the groomer for a nail trim? Your dog should have their nails trimmed every 6-8 weeks, or when their nails are touching the ground. If their nails are not trimmed, they can split all the way down to their quick. 

Your dog’s quick is the part of the nail that contains blood vessels that can easily be cut if trimmed wrong. If your dog has clear nails, you’ll likely be able to see the quick! If your dog has dark nails, it could be tougher.

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National Puppy Day: Top Puppy Training Tips

National Puppy Day: Top Puppy Training Tips

March 23, 2022 2 min read

Today we are celebrating our favorite furry family members who are more than likely new additions to the crew! The puppy stage can last anywhere from 9 months old to 15 months old depending on the size and breed of your dog. 

The puppy stage can be a bit tiring, especially when it comes to training. Whether you already have a new puppy at home or plan on getting one soon, we’ve got you covered. Here are some tips and tricks to train your pup on National Puppy Day!

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