Don't forget your dog

Returning to the office? Don't forget your dog

Category: Dog Training
Separation anxiety in dogs can be caused by a sudden change in the schedule, a move to a new house or the sudden absence of a family member, whether it’s a divorce, a death in the family or even an owner who is going back to work post-covid. If your dog has separation issues, there are some things you can do: First, be proactive. Before you have to go back to work: more
Turn Your Love of Dogs Into A Career

Turn Your Love of Dogs Into A Career

Category: Dog Life
We all love dogs, but have you ever flirted with the idea of working with animals full‑time? From dog walkers to pet photographers and veterinary technicians, thousands of animal lovers have translated their passion for pets into a successful profession. And while these jobs are wildly different, there are some common traits needed in each pet‑focused career: Caring, kindness, discipline and—above all else—patience. Sort of sounds like raising a puppy doesn't it?   more
How to Tame a Fox

How To Tame a Fox—and Build a Dog

Category: Dog Life
Suppose you wanted to build the perfect dog from scratch. What would be the key ingredients in the recipe? Loyalty and smarts would be musts. Cute would be as well, perhaps with gentle eyes, and a curly, bushy tail that wags in joy just in anticipation of your appearance. And you might toss in a mutt-like mottled fur that seems to scream out "I may not be beautiful, but you know that I love you and I need you."  more

Is it a ‘Bones’ or ‘No Bones’ Day? A Pug on TikTok Reveals the Day’s Mood

Category: Dog Life
When 30-year-old New Yorker Jonathan Graziano first started posting videos of his 13-year-old rescue Pug, Noodle, he had no idea the impact his elderly dog would have. The videos capture Graziano gingerly propping up his dog. If Noodle rises, ready to start the day, Graziano pronounces it a “bones day,” a day for getting things done. If Noodle sinks back into the bed, not so much. more
Puppy sitting outside

Nature vs. Nurture

Category: Health
It’s all in how you raise them… or is it? This phrase is often used to describe how any dog can be a safe, healthy, happy one with enough good nutrition, training, and love. If only it was true. Saying a dog is just the result of how he’s raised completely ignores a major component of his development—his genes. Yes, dogs are products of how they are raised. But they are also products of their genetics. Both nature and nurture play important roles in your dog’s development. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Cody