The working dog parent

Many of us who have dogs,  get those painful guilt trips of leaving our dogs behind during our long working hours. You wonder if they are OK, worry if they have eaten the couch, pooped in the wrong areas, or what they’re up to while you are gone. Here are […]

Showing your dog who’s boss!

As a dog owner it’s critical that from day one you show them who is boss. If you don’t work on this as early as you can, your dog is very prone to grow out of control. Being a good pack leader /parent, you should always be calm and consistent […]

Homemade Tick Repellent Recipes

Tick Repellent Recipe
Having an adorable little best friend comes with a price. With great dog parents, come great responsibilities. Not only does the infestation of ticks cause us loads of panic, but also breaks our hearts to find our pups feeling restless and scratching like crazy! Here are simple homemade recipes you […]

Ticks and fleas. Preventive measures before *it hits the fan

Ticks and fleas are every dog parent’s nightmare.  However, there is no need to worry, as long as you are prepared, and have taken the necessary preventive actions to keep your dog and home protected from them.Here is a list of stuff to do. Protecting your home: Vacuum clean your home […]

Simple home remedies for dogs

Home Remedies
Like every loving dog parent, it really hurts when you see your pup feeling under the weather. Here are some tips and tricks for your dog to do at home when they’re not feeling well. Important note: When your dog is not feeling well, you should contact your vet. The tips […]

Taking a trip by car with your dog

Taking a trip is just as exciting for dogs as it is for us. When the packing starts, dogs sense that something is going on. Many of them will not let the luggage out of sight. If you have a smaller dog who isn’t to be found, try looking in […]

Puppy essentials

Eat & drink: You will need two bowls, one for water and the other one for food. Consider the material they are made of. If too light in weight, they can easily be flipped over and then maybe become toys. Plastic can be scratched and harbor bacteria. If you still decide […]

House-training your puppy

Between two to four months, a puppy’s instinct develops, telling them not to eliminate in their den. The place a puppy eats and sleeps then remains clean. A mother teaches the little puppy to do so. Just another reason to leave the puppy with the mother till minimum 3-4 months. […]

Why vinegar becomes your second best friend!

So you have a new little friend living with you and it could get overwhelming at times. With a dog in your home you are faced with many challenges when it comes to keeping a nice clean home, and using pet safe cleaning options. It’s a big deal, whether the […]

Puppy proofing your home

So you have decided you and your puppy are right for each other.  Your furry little family member is coming home.  It takes time for the little puppy to understand and respond to what is OK to play with and chew on and what is not. Do not let your […]

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