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Peanut Butter Delight Dog Biscuits Recipe

By: Manvi Drona-Hidalgo For dogs who love peanut butter, this homemade treat recipe has a double dose of nutty goodness in the batter and the creamy frosting. Makes about 20 cookies Ingredients 1-1/2 cups flour3/4 cup oatmeal1/4 cup wheat germ1/4 cup crunchy peanut butter1/4 cup vegetable oil1/4 cup honey1 tsp baking powder1/2 cup water DirectionsContinue reading “Peanut Butter Delight Dog Biscuits Recipe”

Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe This Summer

By Jan Reisen, AKC Summer is the time to have outdoor fun with our dogs. Longer walks in the park, ambitious hikes, beach days, or family travel — the sun is shining, and the outdoors is calling. But hot weather can also make us uncomfortable, and it poses special risks for dogs. From an increasedContinue reading “Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe This Summer”

Important Things You Should Teach Your Puppy

By: Dogo Almost every person’s heart melts when they see a cute fluffy puppy with an adorable baby face, soft fur, and delicate paw pads. No wonder that so many people fall for those puppy eyes and under their spell, they decide to adopt the fluffy ball of fur. When they reach home, they suddenlyContinue reading “Important Things You Should Teach Your Puppy”

Puppy Behavior Basics

By Debra Horwitz, DVM, Diplomate ACVB & Gary Landsberg, DVM, Diplomate ACVB At what age can I start training my new puppy? You will be training your puppy from the moment you bring it home and start to house train. Puppies start learning from birth and good breeders begin handling and socialization right away.Continue reading “Puppy Behavior Basics”

Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Courtesy of Fireworks, picnics and other Fourth of July traditions can be great fun for people; but all of the festivities can be frightening and even dangerous for animals. Noisy fireworks and other celebrations can startle animals and cause them to run away; holiday foods can be unhealthy; summer heat and travel can beContinue reading “Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips”

Pet Party Hosting Guide

As the world starts returning to some semblance of normal, we wanted to share some tips for hosting a successful pet-friendly party. For many people, (ourselves included) pets are not just pets; they are our best friends, our family members, and most importantly, an important part of our support system. We want them to beContinue reading “Pet Party Hosting Guide”

Pup Popcorn Poppers Recipe

Popcorn lovers rejoice!  We can share this tasty treat with our pups when curling up to watch a movie. We understand that it is always a battle knowing whether to share different human treats, such as popcorn– for multiple reasons! It could be concern of knowing whether popcorn is healthy for your dog, or simplyContinue reading “Pup Popcorn Poppers Recipe”

3 Ways Your Dog Can Help You Get Fit

By: Alicia Sexauer Our four-footed friends are more than morning doggie breath, afternoon kisses, and blissful evening snores. Your pup is not only an exceptional companion, they are an amazing motivator for getting out and living an active, healthy life. Check out these ways your dog can help keep you fit. 1. Alarm clock AsContinue reading “3 Ways Your Dog Can Help You Get Fit”

Pet Holiday Safety

By: Alicia Sexauer The holiday season is a magical time to reconnect with loved ones, deck the halls, and celebrate the spirit of giving. Our pets appear to enjoy the holidays too and some are lucky enough to get their own stocking stuffed with goodies. Fun times can quickly turn to tragedy when pets areContinue reading “Pet Holiday Safety”

Congratulations! You’re Expecting!

By: Alicia Sexauer Congratulations on adding a new canine family member, here are some helpful points for navigating where to get one. Before bringing that new pup home, make sure you take time to evaluate your lifestyle to figure out exactly what sort of dog you’re looking for. A high energy dog may not enjoyContinue reading “Congratulations! You’re Expecting!”