3 types of treats for dogs with anxiety

Dog owners can attest to the fact that their four-legged friends are often a source of comfort and joy. Dogs can bring out the best in people, they are just fun to be with. But there are times when your dog might feel anxious. Anxiety can happen in two ways. One is because of a situation where your dog becomes afraid. This may be during a storm or even going to the vet or getting Read More

How To Support Your Local Pet Shelters

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #FortunaForAll #CollectiveBias #cbias  Anytime I mention that I am heading to PetSmart, all three of my children rush out the door and into the car. This is one of our favorite places to visit, especially on the weekends when they host pet adoption days. This is a topic that is special to my heart because we have adopted two Read More

Cat Litter Box Problems & How To Stop Them

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #LoveTheseCleanPaws #CollectiveBias Are you scratching your head trying to figure out why your beloved feline is no longer using their litter box? Here are some of the most common cat litter box problems and how to stop them! There is nothing more frustrating than when your cat suddenly decides they no longer want use the litter box. I Read More

4 Tips to Biking With Your Dog

Biking is fun. It’s a great way for you and your dog to spend time together while engaging your muscles in burning off excess fat. Wherever you decide to go biking, it’s important to ensure your safety and that of your dog. For instance, buy a bike attachment beforehand to tie your dog’s leash. Don’t hold your pet’s leash in hand while biking. WalkyDog or Springer are some attachments you can consider for your bike. Read More

Does Your Pet Really Need Flea/Tick Control All Year Long?

Boehringer Ingelheim AH USA, reached out to bloggers like me to share our thoughts about FRONTLINE® Plus. As a participant, I received compensation for my time. Boehringer Ingelheim AH USA did not tell me what to say about FRONTLINE® Plus or my experience. Boehringer Ingelheim AH USA believes that consumers and bloggers are free to form their own opinions and share them in their own words. #PetApproved #CollectiveBias Spring is in full bloom here in Read More

Your Dog Will Notice If You’re Upset and Will Try to Help

Dogs are incredibly smart and intuitive creatures and, even if they don’t fully understand what you say, they can understand how you feel. In the canine world, body language and tonality of their barking system will let a dog know how another is feeling. Thus, intelligent and agile creatures like the mini-bernedoodle are capable of telling how you feel, according to the sound of your voice and body language. Because they are extremely loyal, they Read More

Pet Owner’s Guide to Cannabis Oil for Dogs & CBD Dog Treats

What is CBD Oil for Dogs? A legal substance in all 50 states, CBD oil (cannabidiol) is a non-intoxicating cannabis extract sought to treat a plethora of different health problems; such as insomnia, anxiety, and epilepsy. Extracted from flowers, marijuana and hemp plants, CBD oil lacks THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the intoxicating ingredient which creates the “high” effect. So, don’t worry, you won’t find your dog sprawled out on the floor begging for food – unless they’re Read More

7 Christmas Gift Ideas for Dog Lovers

It’s easy to shop for gifts for dog lovers. They like it when they receive regular gifts intended for human use, but they appreciate gifts for their beloved canines just as well. Send both your human and dog friends lots of love this Christmas by giving them gifts that they can enjoy together. 1. Tennis ball holder Playing fetch is an activity that both dogs and dog owners look forward to, but it has one Read More

The Top 3 Dog Hot Spot Treatments That Work

It can be quite an upsetting experience to watch your dog suffer from the painful skin condition that is often referred to as hot spots. Sometimes this autoimmune-related skin condition can cause moist, reddened, irritated, oozing skin lesions that won’t let your dog be at ease. Whenever you notice such signs, along with scratching and restlessness, it is almost certain that your dog is suffering from acute moist dermatitis, a condition that should be treated Read More

4 Great Ways to Reward Your Furry Friend When You’re on a Budget

Having a dog can be one of the most fulfilling parts of life but it can also be a financial stress. Not only do dogs need regular veterinary care, but they also need food, bedding, medicine and more. If you have a dog but also a tight budget, that doesn’t mean you have to skimp on treats and rewards for your dog. In reality, there are many ways you can make your dog’s life fun Read More

Untamed Is For Pets Who Are Wild At Heart

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Untamed. All of the thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are 100% my very own.  As a busy mother to three rambunctious kids, I assume many thought it was crazy when we decided to adopt a puppy last summer. While my plate did undoubtedly become more full, there isn’t a moment of regret! Our beloved Duke has made hiking more exciting, the backyard Read More

Extra Income for the Dogs

Pet lover without a pet? Bank account lacking a certain extra padding? That’s where the pet-sitting network Rover.com comes in. This world of pet owners and experienced sitters creates a trustworthy experience for everyone, and most importantly keeps cats and dogs well cared-for and happy. Becoming a Rover sitter is an incredibly unique way to bring in extra income, mostly because you’re too busy hanging out with sweet four-legged friends to notice that it’s technically Read More