Buying your dog groomer a gift is such a thoughtful idea! We're big fans of taking care of the ones who take care of our pets.
Keeping a dog from getting bored during the winter is no small feat. Cold weather can dampen your spirits for going outside, and those early sunsets make a night of Netflix on the couch really appealing. Luckily, we've come up with six ideas to keep your dogs from going stir crazy until the Spring thaw arrives.
With temperatures dropping sweater weather is upon us. But what about your furry friend; are they warm enough? Let's talk about winter coats for dogs and if yours needs one!
Have you ever seen your dog rolling around on your towel for no apparent reason? Wondering if this is normal behavior? We explain everything here!
How do you respond if a pet you’re grooming swallows a cleaning tool and starts choking? What supplies should you keep in a dog first-aid kit, and why? Find out these answers and more in this blog post!
Whether you’re cleaning one dog or a bunch of them, it’s always great when you can make the process faster. Here’s a surefire way to get those tails wagging: use a smart hack to dry your pets.
When you love your pet, it’s natural to want to keep it looking and feeling good — and that includes a shiny coat.
There’s more to teaching a dog how to swim than just throwing it in the water and waiting for instinct to kick into gear. When you want to empower your pet to enjoy the water as well as to be safe in it, you need to understand a few basics about how to teach your dog to swim.
Whether your dog has just gone for a walk on one of those notoriously muddy spring days or wakes up with that unmistakable dog smell, you'll know when it's time to bathe your own dog. Some dogs love the bath and others prefer to stay dry and cozy, but no matter what, it's important to regularly bathe your dog.