Dogs are active by nature, and as pet parents, it’s our job to make sure they get adequate amounts of exercise. On the list of things dogs need to live a healthy and happy life, just below food, water, and unconditional love, is exercise. Making sure your dog sufficiently exercised can do wonders in maintaining his or her physical and mental well-being. On the other hand, dogs who aren’t sufficiently […]
Valentine’s Day has past, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop celebrating. In fact, another fun-loving holiday is here called Love Your Pet Day. Love Your Pet Day is celebrated on Thursday, February 20th, and it’s a chance to show your all pets just how much you love them
Have you made your list and checked it twice? No doubt, it contains the name of a special little someone who will be sniffing around, ready to tear open a few gifts and swipe a cookie off of Santa’s plate! We’d like to help you make sure there are plenty of toys and treats for your pet to be excited about this holiday season. Enter our Black Friday Sweepstakes for […]
As pet parents we’re always on the lookout for new toys we feel our pets can get excited about. If your pet tends to take their toys apart it’s certainly a benefit when the toy lasts longer than a few minutes of bringing it home. This summer consider giving your pet a Tuggo Dog Toy. Whether you’re at the beach, dog park or your own backyard this durable tug-of-war style […]
When dogs get bored, many problems can occur. These problems can include digging your yard, chewing furniture, or even trying to escape. The best way to combat boredom is to make sure your pet is stimulated through the day.
Since your pet has been cooped up all winter long without a hole to dig in sight, playing outside is one of the best things you can do for him or her. However, instead of digging a hole, how about keeping your pet entertained by playing fetch.
As more winter weather pounds the U.S., it’s no wonder why everyone is getting a little antsy, including our pets. With all these snowstorms, dogs have to stay cooped up in the house, which means not a lot of playtime. So, make sure that your pet is entertained indoors.