Plan on snuggling around the Christmas tree? The holiday season is right around the corner, and before you know it, Santa ‘Paws’ will be here! Don’t forget your furry friends this holiday! Here are a few cute stocking stuffer ideas to keep your pup playing for hours.
It’s never too early to plan your holiday card. ‘Tis the season to be jolly, but is your pup ready for the spotlight? Taking pictures of your pet with the family seems easy, right? Not always! Don’t stress. Here are a few tips to take the perfect ‘howl-iday’ photo.
As you sit down to carve the turkey, remember your furry friend might be hungry too! You might be adding extra helpings of turkey to your plate, but it’s important to know what to avoid giving your pet at Thanksgiving. According to the AKC, Thanksgiving tends to coincide with an uptick in vet visits, due to dogs being fed unsafe human foods. What foods should you avoid sharing with your pup? Checkout this list below!
Chances are your dog will be watching you prepare your Thanksgiving feast this year. With various aromas filling your home, your pup is sure to be drooling. Don’t feel guilty though. There are PLENTY of foods that are safe to share with your dog during the holiday. Curious as to what is safe to share? Here are just a few healthy options that’ll have your pet begging for another helping.
Did you know that kittens have a hard time regulating their body temperature? In fact, orphaned kittens have the lowest survival rate because they rely on their mother and littermates for body heat regulation.
What’s one of the biggest threats to your dog’s health? Believe it or not, in North America it’s canine obesity, a condition brought on by—much like in humans—a combination of poor diet and lack of exercise. In fact, if your pup’s weight exceeds its ideal mark by even as little as 10%, they’re at a greater risk for disease and their life expectancy can be shortened by nearly two years.
Spooky season doesn’t have to be so spooky for your pet. Halloween is a holiday of fun and treats for your family and friends, but your furry friend might not see it that way. If your pet suffers from anxiety, strangers trick-or-treating at your door, or even loud Halloween decorations may scare them. There are ways to keep your pet happy and anxiety free on Halloween, here are just a few!
‘Tis the season to be spooky! October is National Animal Safety and Protection Month and with Halloween just around the corner, we thought it would be a great time to share 5 tips to keep your pet safe this Halloween.