Information on Exercise and Dogs

Regular Dog Exercise Is a Must It’s true that regular exercise can help eliminate unwanted behaviors like chewing, garbage searching, and too much barking. More importantly, regular exercise can help with a lot of things like, keeping dogs alert and agile, diminish...

Signs Your Pet Has Fleas

Non Stop Scratching, Licking OR Biting Fleas are adaptable arthropods that seek out pets’ blood as a food source. Once fleas get on your pet they typically set up their home in hard to reach spot, like the head, neck, tail, armpits, or groin.  Licking, biting, or...

Plants That Could Harm Your Pet

Houseplants are a decoration to brighten up your house, adding pops of color and a vibrant touch to even the plainest home. And studies show that they also improve air quality, lower stress level, and generally make people happier. But what if those seemingly innocent...

Does Your Pooch Have Anxiety Issues?

Have you ever come home from work to find that your dog has chewed a hole in the door, pooped in the house or, according to the neighbors, barked incessantly? You may have chalked it up to boredom or to spite because you felt your dog must be mad at you for being gone...

Adopt or Buy a Pet?

Adopting is the way to go! There are lots of good reasons to adopt rather than buy a pet. Here are a some of them: Buying a pet can easily cost $500 and up. Adoption costs range from $50 to $200, depending on whether the pet comes from the city shelter or a rescue...

How to Give Your Dog a Bath

Gather all your supplies together. You will need: A brush and comb A shampoo for dogs Towels With many dogs, the bath is made easier with a hand-held showerhead, otherwise, use a large pitcher. You will get wet and soapy along with your dog, so wear old clothes. If it...