Whining, barking, misbehavior, oh my! I’ve dealt with it all when it comes to my Lab-mix, Riser. She has been with me since she was just over 10-weeks-old. Now, at just over a year, Riser and I have fully bonded, and we are closer than ever.
I have moved into a new apartment, and it has been quite the adjustment for Riser. When she would bark non-stop whenever I attempted to leave the house, I grew very frustrated. I wasn’t too sure what to do, especially because a neighbor had politely mentioned it to me.
How exciting! Pretty soon you will have a new furry family member in the house. Puppies come with lots of responsibility and will need lots of time and attention. In fact, new puppies need anywhere from 2-3 hours of your undivided attention a day to socialize, train, and play.
Today, January 24, is National Peanut Butter Day! Peanut butter is a snack that both you and your pup can enjoy. Whether it’s on a sandwich, smeared on some crackers, or even on a lick-mat for your pup, peanut butter has plenty of healthy benefits. How can something so good be so healthy for you and your pup? Here is why!
If you plan on crate training your new puppy, you will want to do your research. 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.
On a cold blustery December night in Michigan, Puff the cat was in the woods fending for her life. On this night, temperatures had a wind chill of below 9 degrees Fahrenheit. Puff found her way to a nearby patio in Michigan and was found by her soon-to-be adopted parents.
January is National Train Your Dog Month! Training a dog is not always easy, but luckily there are many tips and tricks out there to help you along the way. During the holiday season, many new puppies are introduced to their new homes. If you and your family adopted a new furry friend, here are 10 tips to help you get them trained and acclimated to their new home!
This year has flown by! New Year’s Eve is always the perfect way to celebrate your accomplishments and reminisce about the memories you’ve made with friends, family, and your pup!
Although it is a fun and exciting time for us, certain traditions may cause some stress and anxiety for your pet. Fireworks, champagne popping, and yelling can be stressors for your pet. As fun as it is, you can still celebrate while keeping your pup happy and safe.
The holiday season is arguably the busiest time of the year for most families. December and January have some of the highest pet adoption rates of the year.
Furry-friends have become one of the most desired surprises on a joyous holiday morning. With a new puppy or kitten comes responsibility. Here is a quick list of tips to get ready for your new family member.