Is Your Dog Overweight?

Category: Health
If you are spending more time at home, you  are getting to enjoy more togetherness with your dog. For some of us, that means more walks and play time. It might also mean more table scraps and snacking together. Has your dog gotten a little plump? You are not alone. This extra weight on your dog might not seem like a big deal, but it's actually dangerous, and causes health problems ranging from diabetes to arthritis and painful joints. Studies show that overweight dogs live a shorter life. more

A Love Letter or, My Dog's Journey to Become a Diamond

Category: Dog Life
I can hardly write this without my eyes brimming. My little dog Rose. Where to begin? Her journey through this life was marred by unspeakable cruelty but we did our best to make up for her rough beginnings, that dark period before she came to us. more
DIY Homemade Dog Toothpaste

DIY Homemade Dog Toothpaste

Category: Dog Life
This toothpaste recipe will leave your pup’s mouth minty-fresh and is made from items you likely already have in your kitchen. The bouillon cube makes it extra yummy and the baking soda acts as a natural abrasive that will help remove stubborn plaque.  more
Best Friends Roadhouse and Mercantile

Stay at this Hotel & Have a Sleepover with Sanctuary Animals!

Category: Dog Life
Hospitality with a capital H: That’s what the Best Friends Roadhouse and Mercantile offers to pet lovers around the country. If you enjoy red rock canyons and quality time with animals, put Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in beautiful southern Utah at the top of your travel list. The Sanctuary — the heart of Best Friends Animal Society’s nationwide lifesaving work — is home to hundreds of dogs, cats, bunnies, birds and horses, as well as pigs and other barnyard animals. more

Volunteer Puppy Raisers

Category: Inspire
All remarkable individuals were once babies in need of upbringing—and that includes service dogs. Before going on to guide the visually impaired, alert to impending seizures, or help veterans with crippling PTSD, service dogs need someone to raise them from wriggling balls of fur to competent dogs ready for school. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Cody