Spring Holds Hidden Hazards For Your Pets

Spring has arrived. You probably feel the pull to get outside to your garden or landscaping, and you're also planning for the upcoming Easter celebration. Your furry friends are likely anxious to go outside and roll around on the warming earth. Although it's a fun and refreshing time for both you and your pets, it can also be a dangerous time for your pets if you don't watch out for the hidden hazards of Spring. Read More 

4 Friendly Dog Breeds That Are Great For Families

If you have a family with children, and you want to get a dog, you need to get a dog that is known for being friendly. The thing with families is not only may you have young children around your dogs, but you may also have lots of guests in your home over the years as your children have their friends and family over. You need a puppy that will turn into a dog who is okay being around people. Read More 

Dogs And Apartments: 4 Qualities To Look For

If you want to get a dog, but you live in an apartment, you have to be extra careful about the type of dog you get. While each individual dog has its own personality (for lack of a better term), breeds often have general qualities that make the individual dog more or less likely to act a certain way. Apartment life often requires a lot of adjustments compared to life in a house, and certain breeds are better suited to the smaller space and different noise and neighbor requirements. Read More 

2 Reasons To Get Your New Dog From A Reputable Breeder

Buying a cute puppy can be really exciting. When you are looking for the cute little puppy you want to get, then you need to make sure that you are buying your puppy from the right place. That means that you need to look for a reputable breeder to buy your dog from. There are several reasons for you to go with a reputable breeder when you are buying a dog. Read More 

How Dehydrated Treats Build Strong Relationships And Support The Health Of Older Dogs

Dog owners love making their canine pals feel special and loved. The almost unlimited adoration that they get back is more than worth the hard work. As a result, they may like giving their dog treats throughout the day. While this sharing is very healthy for their relationship, it may not be so healthy for an older dog's body. As a result, dehydrated dog treats may be a good alternative. Read More