As the temperature rises and summer kicks into full swing, it's important to remember that our furry friends are just as vulnerable to the heat as we are. In particular, their delicate paws are at risk of serious injury from hot pavement and other outdoor surfaces. That's why it's so...
Dogs are called a man’s best friend, and there is nothing true. If you have got a dog at home, then never leave a scope to pamper them and make them feel special. While pets have their own natural fur to protect themselves in all seasons, you can still get them some cute little onesies to keep them warm and comfortable. Here you are going to find several excellent clothes for your fur babies. Let’s find out the best outfit for your companion now!
While the weather is still warm at the moment, the cold season will eventually come and we all need to get ready to meet colder weather. It is true that dogs have warmer bodies and are better equipped to withstand colder temperatures, but even so, they could use some protection. You see, dogs that live indoors most of their time are not used to cold weather, needing a bit of extra care from your side.
Labrador owners know that their precious pups love the water and will welcome any opportunity to get out and splash in the puddles. While this is super fun for the lab, it's important to make sure to dry off after an outside adventure, especially in older labradors to reduce the risk of pneumonia. It can be difficult to find the right raincoat for a Labrador, as they are larger dogs with good solid bodies. So we have put together this guide of our 7 Best Dog Raincoats for Labradors, to help you find the right raincoat for your dog.
With a new dog fashion brand launching seemingly every minute, there are more and more designers competing to influence your next dog dress purchase every day. But as you might have noticed, not all outfit posts are created equal and not all dresses are a good fit for a Pomeranian's fluffy round body.
Do you love getting outdoors in winter with your pupper? If so, then you know that, just like the rest of your dog's body, their noggin needs protection from cold temperatures, wind, and precipitation at this time of year. But just as with your dog's body core and extremities, how much insulation your head needs depends on ambient conditions like temperature and wind as well as your activity level—how much heat they are producing. And it sometimes seems there are as many choices in headwear out there as there are heads.
Introducing a dog and a cat can be a very interesting undertaking. If you don’t do it right, it could be downright disastrous. But, it doesn’t have to be this way. There are ways to get a dog and a cat to interact well together, besides the common techniques that include introducing them when they are puppies and kittens.
We love a good pair of dog shoes, boots or booties to keep your dogs' paws safe from weather, mess, sharps or chemicals. However, we have all seen the videos of dogs doing funny walks in their new shoes. So how do you get your dog to wear shoes, without making them cranky? Here are a few tips and a great video to help you and your dog move in the right shoe direction.
What some people may not know is that your pets can have allergies from the environment, just like humans. I once knew a Jack Russell Terrier who was allergic to grass. Poor thing had to watch all the other pooches playing and having fun in the garden while he was stuck indoors. There are some differences, however, between how our dog has allergies to compared to us....