1. Service Dogs

      Psychiatric Service Dogs Psychiatric dogs offer many therapeutic benefits, including alleviating symptoms associated with  anxiety, depression, and concerns about going outside or other social interactions. Because  they have a wide range of benefits for people struggling with psychiatric d…Read More

  2. Fun Dog Facts

    Your dog is as smart as a 2-year-old toddler. There’s a reason your tot and your pup get along so well: they speak the same language. Or at least, they likely understand roughly the same number of words and gestures — 250! Dogs and cats both slurp water the same way. This may be hard to believe…Read More

  3. Most Common Things Dogs Swallow

    Dogs are fabulous creatures, full of fun and mischief which the majority of times will bring a  smile to their owners faces. However, there are times when they chew on things they should not and worse still they often swallow pretty strange items some of which can prove pretty dangerous to their he…Read More

  4. Introducing a New Baby To Your Dog

    Our dogs are very in tune with us, and they usually know that something is up before bringing baby home. Here are a few tips for preparing your dog for the new arrival that I read on Caesar Milans website. Focus on leadership. Nine months is more than enough time for you and your pet to work through…Read More

  5. Bulldogs

    Bulldogs are one of my most favorite breeds. I think they are so funny and super cute!! I always get super excited to take care of them just like all dogs but the puppies are ridiculous!!! I just came across an article about bulldogs and their history. They were bred like pitbulls to protect livesto…Read More

  6. Meditating With Animals

    I have been reading a lot about how our animals really can help us when going thru serious stress and major life challenges. Our animals show us so much pure love. The animal method which is based on the healing energy between animals and humans. It is about learning from your animal. Taking natural…Read More

  7. Dog Park Tips

    Always make sure your dog has all of their shots and is spayed  or neutered. Never bring a sick dog to a dog park. Never take a dog that has a ton of energy to the dog park. You really should not substitute a dog park visit for a walk. If they are really excited park a couple of blocks away and wa…Read More

  8. Dog Dating

    Did you know that dogs can help you get a date? Dogs are date magnets!! They really help break the ice when you are at a park or out for a walk. You are way more likely to talk to someone with a friendly cute dog. There are even dog dating websites. The most popular is  datemypet.com. Meeting new p…Read More

  9. Treating A Torn Toenail

    Here is some great information on how to treat a dogs torn toenail and ways to prevent them in the future from doing this. The signs are any of the following: a bleeding paw, your dog limping, licking and biting at his paw and possibly some whining due to the pain.   How to treat a torn dog toe…Read More