To give your dog a happy and exciting life, it’s important to know what exactly is involved with proper dog care. Here are some tips we have to offer and caring for all aspects of your dog’s livelihood.
Does your dog’s breath smell so bad that it smell likes death? Learn what might be causing your dog to have such a smelly odor.
Borax is a popular product used for a variety of home remedies. Find out if borax is actually safe or dangerous for dogs.
Taking your dog out for a ride? Here are some important steps you should take to safely secure and restrain your dog in the vehicle.
Here is a list of fun exercises that apartment dwellers can do indoors to keep their dogs happy during the chilly winter season.
Accidentally stepped on a pile of dog poop? These methods will help you eliminate the dog poop without ruining your sneakers.
Read this first before you wash your dog with dish soap or any other type of soap that’s not designed for animal use.
Use these simple tricks to keep the car seats and car carpets free of dog hair.
Here are seven visual signs that show your dog is becoming nervous to the point of being aggressive. Learn how to act in these situations.
Struggling to keep your dog still during a grooming session? Here are four tips to groom a dog that hates being brushed.
Did you accidentally step on your dog’s foot or tail? Does it make you feel like the worst human in the world? This is how you should act towards your dog.
Does your dog make you feel really guilty every time you leave home for work? Here are some tricks to help your dog’s separation anxiety.
It can be anxious times for dog owners who leave their puppy alone at home for the first time. Here are some tips to make it work.
Did your silly dog swallow a sock? Here’s how you should act in this emergency situation. Best to call your vet as soon as possible.
Dogs and bones are an archetypal combination, but not all animal bones are actually safe for dogs to eat.
Did your dog accidentally eat a plastic bag thinking it’s food? Here are the immediate steps required to keep your dog safe.
Google search trends show that people in the US regret getting a new dog(s) the most during the month of July and December.