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!
On Saturday, October 26, 2019, our Petland stores in Olathe and Overland held a spooktacular Howl-o-ween costume party for all pups to join in!
Trick-or-treating is such a fun Halloween activity for all family members, including four-legged ones! If you want to take your furry friend on a trick-or-treating trek, it’s super important to prepare as much as you can.
Costumes, candy, and jack-o’-lanterns—there are so many things to love about the Halloween season! If you’re a puppy parent, you may feel excited to have your puppy join in on the spooky celebrations. What’s more fun than having your furry friend dress up in a cute costume and indulge in Halloween treats? Well, your puppy may not feel that way.
Halloween is right around the corner! It’s time to put up your skeleton decorations, attend pumpkin patches, and of course, pick out creepy costumes! Your puppy doesn’t need to be left behind in the spooky festivities—there are so many costumes to choose from.
Dogs are known for their fierce loyalty and protectiveness over members of their “pack.” But while some cuddly canines are natural watchdogs, others are full-on guard dogs. Guard dogs will not only alert you of outside threats through barks, but they will also attack if needed.
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.
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.
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.