Staying Fit with Your Pet – 8 Great Exercises to Keep You Both in Shape
Just like people need exercise to be healthy and look good, dogs need it too. And the best thing about it is that you can actually keep fit together. Your work-out session will never be the same again and you will know you did something positive both for you... Read more
7 Human Foods Dogs Can Eat, Too
If you love your dog and you’ve done your research about the right foods to feed it with, you’ve probably seen that there are many human foods that dogs shouldn’t eat, as they lead to weight gain or make your dog sick. However, there are some human foods that... Read more
Things to Help You Cope with the Loss of a Dear Pet
In a lot of cases, the bond with our pet is just as strong as the one with the people in our lives. That’s why it’s perfectly normal to grieve over the loss of our pets because, after all, they were our friends. Even though other people may not... Read more
8 Most Child-Friendly Dog Breeds
When choosing a dog to become a part of your family, you should probably look deep and consider the dog’s disposition, size, energy level and temperament, and see whether these characteristics can fit into your family. Not all members of a dog breed are the same, and every dog... Read more
Making Your Best Friend Even Better! 5 Genius Puppy-Training Tips
You brought a puppy home and now you’ve got a cute creature to take care of who will make your life richer and more interesting. You’re happy and feel nothing but joy. Until your puppy destroys your favorite shoes or pees on something. But don’t reject your new best... Read more
How to Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summer Heat
When summer comes, it’s difficult to stay cool. Even we, who are practically hairless, have trouble beating the summer heat, so just imagine how hard it is for your furry little friend who can’t sweat and cool down that way. But you can help your dog by following these... Read more
Getting Your Dog Used to a Collar Isn’t as Hard as You Might Think. Here’s How
Some dogs get used to a collar and leash easily, but some need you to be patient and try a little harder. There aren’t some complicated rules on how to get your dog used to a collar. Basically, the most important things you need are patience, confidence and calmness.... Read more
Aggression in Dogs, Dealing with the Cause
Dog aggression can become a real problem if it is not controlled and if you don’t know how to overcome the problem. Understanding where it comes from is the most important step in dealing with your dog and helping it become more peaceful and joyful. Namely, dogs usually become... Read more
Calm Your Barking Dog with These 4 Simple Tricks
Dogs use barking to communicate with other dogs as well as their human friends, and we can’t deny them the right to speak their mind. However, sometimes they are just overdoing it and you cannot stand the noise – they create tension and nervousness amongst people and other dogs... Read more
Should You Allow Your Dog to Sleep in Your Bed? 
The answer is simple – it’s up to you. But before letting your dog share the bed with you or your children, there are several things worth considering. Research has shown that in the U.S. around 50% of dogs sleep with their owners. And if your dog is not... Read more