4 Ways to Help Your Furry Friend Soldier Through Winter Weather

4 Ways to Help Your Furry Friend Soldier Through Winter Weather

Category: Dog Life
The pet welfare experts at the Ontario SPCA share their top four tips for winter pet safety! more

Border Collie Wins Trick Competition Performing as Hairy Pawter. Watch the Video!

Category: Dog Life
Border Collie Amos and his owner, Debbi Snyder of Lakeland, Florida has won the 2020 AKC Trick Dog Competition. This second annual competition was a virtual event, open to Elite Performers, AKC’s highest level of trick dogs. More than 100 competitors from 29 states and Canada submitted videos of performances that were judged by three AKC licensed judges. Their entertaining routine, “Hairy Pawter and The Sorcerer’s Bone,” featured Amos as Hairy Pawter. more

DIY Eat: Delish Dog Treats You Can Make at Home!

Category: Dog Life
Beef, Pumpkin & Quinoa Burgers These treats are quick and easy to make and are a great choice if your pup has sensitivities to gluten and common grains. Quinoa is technically a seed, not a true grain, and it’s not used in most pet foods. Makes 12 to 18 burgers. more
Improving Canine Dental Health

The Water Additive That’s Improving Canine Dental Health

Category: Health
Is brushing your dog’s teeth a battle? Oxyfresh offers a no-brush option to help reduce plaque and tartar. The Ultimate Pet Bad Breath Solution Kit is a non-toxic and alcohol-free dental care solution that helps to eliminate bacteria, coupled with a dental gel to further target plaque and bacteria. With its tasteless and odourless formula, this combination is perfect for dogs who are picky with new products. more
10 of the Laziest Dog Breeds

10 of the Laziest Dog Breeds

Category: Breeds
Looking for a canine companion with low to moderate exercise needs? These 10 breeds fit the bill! We asked AKC Executive Secretary and dog breed expert Gina DiNardo for the 10 “laziest” dog breeds. She complied but was sure to specify that “these aren’t lazy dogs. They just don’t need as much exercise as other breeds. Dog breeds have differing activity levels. Just because a breed has a lower activity level than another doesn’t mean they’re lazy—it means they require less exercise to meet their needs. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Abraham