Obviously, you wouldn’t want your dog to become ill or injured due to your own negligence. Your dog trusts you to keep them safe. Your best bet is to keep your dog indoors and away from the commotion on Halloween night — to prevent them from becoming frightened, anxious, or injured. Here are some ways to include your dog in Halloween, without stressing out your dog!
Everyone just loves the holidays including your pets... but the holidays can be dangerous for your dog if you aren't careful. Here you'll find tips for keeping your dog safe during the holidays and winter months. Plus we're sharing some specific holiday safety tips for dog owners and some winter dog hazards that you should be aware of.
I was surprised to learn how many dog owners celebrate the birthdays of their beloved pets by throwing Dog Birthday Parties and serving Dog Birthday Cakes. Here are the fun facts… Plus all the details for you to have your very own Dog Birthday Party!
Can dogs eat turkey? YES – but they can still get an upset stomach. See how much and which dog Thanksgiving dinner foods are safe, and which ones aren’t safe for dogs. Instead of giving your dog Thanksgiving turkey, make these homemade Thanksgiving dog treats to avoid bloat & canine pancreatitis!
If you’re going to dress your dog for Halloween, here are some things you might not think of when it comes to dog Halloween costumes.
Avoid having to take your dog to the vet on Christmas Day by following these holiday safety tips for dog owners. There are some holiday precautions that you may not have thought of!
This video provides tips for keeping your dog safe during the holidays and winter months. Plus some specific holiday safety tips for dog owners and some winter dog hazards that you should be aware of.
Having your family over this holiday season and not sure how to keep your dog safe? Here are some ideas. Plus some specific Thanksgiving day tips for dog owners. For example, do you know if dogs can eat turkey or not?
With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to think about the type of Halloween costume your dog will wear this year. Here are lots of fun and easy dog Halloween costumes that you can make yourself.
Dogs like to participate in the Halloween fun too. Check out this awesome contest to win a dog Halloween costume.
Getting dogs to wear dog clothing or a Halloween costume can be tricky. Here are the best tips for getting your dog dressed while ensuring that he’s safe and comfortable. Plus what to do if your dog doesn’t like dog clothing.
Whether you’re looking for a Halloween costume for yourself, or your child, there are lots of ideas to choose from here. The best part: most of these are a cinch to make yourself! Dog lovers everywhere will be making — or buying — the following dog-related Halloween costumes this year.
It’s important to keep your dog’s health and safety high in the forefront, so summertime will be a fun time, rather than a tragic time for your dog. Following are some things to watch out for this summer, in order to make sure that your dog is around to enjoy many long hot summers for years to come.
Our dogs lend us an ear, protect us from harm, and are loyal companions that love us unconditionally. Be sure to give your canine companion a gift that he’ll enjoy. Here are some unique ideas to get you started…
If you’re a dog owner, then adding one or more of these resolutions to your own list of New Year’s resolutions will ensure a longer, happier life for you and your dog. What are your New Year’s resolutions this year?
It’s up to you to keep your dog safe when Christmas decorations come out of storage, Christmas trees are put up, and and extra food is set out. Dogs love to explore, and all of these things can be a danger to your dog. Some can cause severe illness and may even be fatal to your dog. Here’s what you need to know.
In addition to the time required to train and care for a new puppy and the financial obligations required throughout the dog’s life, there are dozens of reasons that a Christmas puppy shouldn’t be given as a gift on Christmas Day. BUT… here’s how you can still give a Christmas puppy as a holiday gift!
Hosting a dog birthday party is not only a great way to have some fun, but it’s also a great way to help socialize your dog. It’s also a great reason to get together with friends and family that are also dog lovers. Here are tips for planning a dog birthday party.
There are a handful of great websites devoted solely to pet sitting and overnight boarding for dogs. Through some of them, you can also find specific services like house sitting, walking your dog, grooming, dog training, and more. Here’s the scoop…
Dog owners and pet lovers are certainly not immune from the Ugly Sweater phenomenon! Have a holiday party coming up? You may — or may not — want to wear one of these…
What follows is my growing collection of dogs that have been photographed wearing Halloween costumes. Looking through these might stir up the creative juices and you just might get some interesting ideas for costumes to make for your own dog.
Check out the following pictures of dog flowers. Some are made with REAL flowers. Others were created by placing a real dog behind a painted picture of a flower.Both are fun!
Just in time for Easter, they told us about these great doggie treats from the Kool Dog Kafe. They have 2-day shipping… there’s still time to get your doggie Easter treats!
Some fun photos of man’s best friend enjoying St. Patrick’s Day… Maybe you’ll find some fun things to do with your dog on this Irish, beer-drinking holiday!
Here are some fun crafts that your dog — and dog lovers — will enjoy this Christmas.
I found these white Labrador Retriever Christmas cards on the Breast Cancer Site… The Breast Cancer Site will fund 1 percent of a mammogram for each box of White Labrador Christmas Cards purchased. If you like White Labs, then these make fun and unique holiday cards for dog lovers.