In case you were wondering if dogs like snow or not, these dogs prove that snow can provide hours of fun. You will love this video showing 2 dogs skiing down the hill… again… and again!
Winter And Snow
Are you a first-time dog owner gearing up for some winter and snow this year? Here you'll find our best tips for keeping your dog warm — and SAFE — this winter. Plus we're also sharing dog hazards to watch for and fun dog boots worth trying!
Whether you buy a dog house or build a dog house, there are lots of types, sizes & styles to choose from. Dog house ideas from practical, to fun, to fancy!
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.
Simple tips for keeping your dog warm — and SAFE — this winter. Plus dog hazards to watch for and fun dog boots worth trying!
Here are a couple of fun ways that you and your dog can combat cabin fever together — from recreational sled dog events to professional sled dog racing and skijoring where your dog pulls you through the snow on skis.
Our veterinarian said dogs that spend a lot of time indoors during the winter months tend to get mild skin conditions resulting in dry, itchy, flaky skin. Guess what? A home remedy of Olive Oil will typically solve the dry skin problem throughout the entire winter season!
For those who enjoy the sight of a dog sprinting… with full-out dogged determination and a purpose… You’ll surely enjoy these running dog photos. Running brings pure joy… as seen in these dogs’ eyes.
My dogs aren’t lucky enough to see much snow around here. We just get a dusting one or two times each year. To satisfy my desire to watch dogs playing in the snow and enjoying all things snowy… I share with you this collection of fun — and funny — snow dog pictures. Enjoy!
When a dog’s gotta go, a dog’s gotta go! Sometimes it’s necessary to let the dog outside even when it’s raining… Here are some quick tips for dogs with muddy paws & musty-smelling coats.
Does your dog have a lot of fur that grows on the top of his paws, between his toes, and even underneath on his paw pads? If so, should you trim the fur or just let it keep growing? Here’s what I do…
These fleece-lined boots have the added warmth and comfort of a fleece lining. Perfect for cold temperatures and snow. But I like them best for muddy days in the backyard. No more muddy paw prints on hardwood floors and carpets!
The best tips for keeping your dog safe during the colder winter months. These are some safety precautions that every dog owner should be aware of.