Category: Pet Health

Puppy Blues: How to Make Puppyhood a Little Easier

Puppy blues are feelings of stress and frustration that many dog owners experience aftering bringing home a new pet. Here’s what you can do about it!

5 Training Lessons That Could Save Your Dog’s Life

Keep your dog safe with 5 simple cues that are essential in emergency situations!

How to Have a Tick-Free Spring and Summer With Your Dog

Few things can ruin an outdoor adventure quicker than a tick bite on your dog! Learn how to prevent and treat ticks for a parasite-free spring and summer.

4 Weird Things Your Dog Does, Explained

Ever wondered why your dog goes wild after a bath or seems to be obsessed with your socks? We’ve got the explanations behind some of your dog’s adorably head-scratching habits!

New Year, New Floof! 6 Resolutions Your Dog Wants You to Keep

Struggling to stay motivated with your New Year’s resolutions? Don’t worry, your dog has a few ideas that you can definitely stick to!

Are Essential Oils Safe for Pets?

Whether you use them for relaxation, pain relief, or as part of your all-natural cleaning solutions, you probably already know how versatile essential oils are. But—are these concentrated fragrances safe for use around dogs, cats and any other… Read More

Welcome Home Your New Dog with the Rescue Dog Rule of Threes!

Wondering what to expect when you bring home your new furry family member? The Rescue Dog Rule of Threes explains what your dog is feeling after three days, weeks, and months in their new home!

5 Tips to Help Prepare Your Dog for Autumn

Fall can be such an exciting time for our dogs. There are crunchy leaves to chomp and pumpkin patches to visit. Family gatherings where they might be lucky enough to sneak a table scrap. And of course, plenty… Read More

5 Summer Activities to Help Your Dog Beat the Heat!

Stay cool with your dog when the temperatures rise with these 5 refreshing activities!

How to Ease Over Excitement in Dogs

To be sure, a happy dog is going to be excited, at times. Whether they’re waiting for your car to pull into the driveway or looking forward to a tasty meal, most dogs go into full excitement mode… Read More