According to theASPCA, senior dogs have an adoption rate of 25% as compared to 60% for younger dogs and puppies .Thinking about adding a new dog to your household? There are countless reasons to consider adopting a senior pet. Here are 5:
Introducing a new dog into your life takes preparation. Whether you’re bringing home a new puppy, adult dog or senior dog, you should make sure the type of dog you bring home fits in with your lifestyle!
Fall is among us. The nights are getting cooler, the air is crisp and most importantly, pumpkin is all over the shelves! Pumpkin is a huge staple in our diets, but did you know that it is also a superfood for your dog? Here are some ways that pumpkin ‘spices’ up your dog’s diet!
If you plan on crate training your new puppy, you will want to do your research. When it comes to crate training, know that it will take time and patience. Crate training your puppy gives them their own personal space and recreates a den-like atmosphere. It is natural for your pup to seek out its own space.
Is your older dog experiencing anxiety? Whether it’s separation anxiety, crate anxiety or social anxiety, it is never too late to introduce your dog to Snuggle Puppy. Dogs can have anxiety for a number of reasons. One reason could be nervousness when moving into a new home. If you adopt a senior dog, you must recognize that the dog may have been through a lot in its lifetime...
Do you have a high-energy puppy at home? As a high-energy dog mom, the best tip I can share is to be patient. Not every pup is the same. It’s important to recognize that your pup loves you and just wants to make your days brighter. Accidents and destructive chewing are going to happen and that is ok. Take time to get to know your pup, their habits and help incorporate activities that best suit their lifestyle.