Not sure which pet is the right one for you? Want to know which puppy supplies to get for your cuddly buddy? We can definitely help you! Whether it’s training exercises, common puppy behaviors, or yummy DIY treats, our blog has all you need for the best pet care you can give to your cuddly friend. You can also check our adorable puppies out in action and spreading joy around the community.
Thanksgiving is one of the most important holidays of the year. It’s a time spent with family and friends while eating a delicious meal—and your puppy should definitely be a part of it!
Have you noticed your puppy play-bows at you? Don’t be too concerned if your puppy does—think of it as their way of inviting you to play with them! Puppies have their special signals that let you know they want to spend time with you, such as play-bowing, tail-wagging, and barking.
Congratulations on your new four-legged family member! As your puppy explores their new home, you may fill their doggy plate with delicious, high quality food. But there’s just one problem: your pup refuses to eat!
Many puppy parents mistake training as the 4 basic commands, such as sit, lay down, come, and stay. They may not think it’s worth teaching their furry friends other fun tricks.
Your beautiful puppy is a member of your family. And like your other family members, you want your furry companion to be happy and healthy. One way you can ensure your puppy’s happiness and health is grooming.
Bathing is one of the most important things you can do to care for your puppy. When you bathe your cute and cuddly friend, you keep their fur and skin clean. You also get rid of any loose hair, dander, and debris, leading to a shiny coat!
You may think rabbits don’t come in various shapes and sizes like cats and dogs, but that’s far from the truth. Currently, there are 49 unique rabbit breeds recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association. That’s a lot of bunnies to choose from!
When you bring your new puppy into your home, it’s important to “dog-proof” or “puppy-proof” the inside and outside space. Even with a fence around the border of your backyard, many dangers can present itself to your cuddly soulmate.
Taking your puppy to the vet for the first time sounds like a scary situation. In truth, it just seems scarier than it actually is! Your puppy may not be too happy to go into the vet’s office for a health evaluation but it’s crucial that you do so.