Because dogs are the masters of disguise when it comes to pain and illness, you may not notice the signs of lyme disease or you may simply think your dog is having an "off" day. You know your dog best and are her best advocate; if you notice she's not herself, give your vet a call. Before you do that though, check her skin and body thoroughly to see if you notice the telltale bullseye or a rash that could denote a tick bite.
Spring is in the air. In fact, in some parts of the country, flowers are blooming, the days are getting warmer and longer and that means our dogs will want to get out-of-doors and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the spring day.
As pet parents we are in tune with our dog's moods and his physical health. Our dogs look to us to keep them happy and healthy for a lifetime. Why not start today!
Our dogs love quiet time to just sit with us, lay their heads in our laps and let us scratch them behind the ears or to rub their bellies. When you pet your dog, your stresses float away and your blood pressure may even drop. Our dogs look to us for their lifetime love and care and they are just as happy lying around doing nothing as they are when they're on a walk.
It's up to the pet parent to assure his or her dog's teeth and mouth are healthy. Here are a few tips to help keep your dog healthy, happy and his smile bright. Give your fur-babies some of our delicious, healthy, made in the USA treats and he will definitely be smiling!
It doesn't matter if you have a large breed or a small breed puppy, there are specific things you will want her to learn. Our dogs love to please us and spend time with us, and positive reinforcement training is a great way to spend quality time with one another!
Today we are excited to announce that our new online store is live and ready to use. The last few months we have put together an initiative to give...
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