1. Why Getting A Dog Is Good For Your Health!

    Dogs help humans reduce stress. Studies show that interactions with therapy animals can decrease stress in humans. Playing with or petting an animal can increase levels of the stress-reducing hormone oxytocin and decrease production of the stress hormone cortisol.Dogs help humans reduce stress. Stud…Read More

  2. Spring Cleaning Tips For Dog Owners

    It is that time of year again!!!!! There are some easier ways to clean your house when you have a hairy pooch lying around. Some ways that can help to cut back on all of the hair in your house is to get a dog bed with a removable cover so you can take it off easier to wash. Investing in a good vaccu…Read More

  3. Cool Facts About Dogs

    So I just came across some interesting facts about why dogs do the things they do on petfinder. This is also a great site to find your next rescue pup. Did you know why dogs curl up in a ball to sleep? they do this to keep warm and also protect their organs from other predators. Dogs only sweat thru…Read More

  4. Essential Oils For Dogs

    So I have been really getting into essential oils for humans and I started looking into the health benefits for dogs. A lot of my dogs suffer from separation anxiety and stress when their owners leave them alone. There are other natural alternatives such as thunder coats and rescue remedy which I h…Read More

  5. When Dogs Fight

    I have had a lot of issues with dogs fighting in the same family for awhile now. They may be getting along great for years and then all of a sudden they get into a big fight. There are always certain triggers that can set dogs off such as food or favorite toys. My own dogs tend to fight for attentio…Read More

  6. Food Your Dog Should Avoid

    Here is a great list I came up with of the foods your dog should never eat. Avocado No matter how good you think the guacamole is, you shouldn't give it to your dog. Avocados contain a substance called persin. It's harmless for humans who aren't allergic. But large amounts might be toxic to dogs. I…Read More

  7. GPS Technology and Your Pet: The New Dog Tag

    Did you know that 10 million pets get lost every year in the United States and end up in shelters? It’s a scary thought but pets are lost every day, and, according to the National Council of Pet Population and the Humane Society, only one in ten lost pets are recovered by their owners. These are d…Read More

  8. Universities Are Using Dogs to Ease College Stress

    Using Dogs to Ease College Stress – A New Way of Thinking It’s no secret that university students deal with the pressure midterms and finals in different ways, but have you heard of using dogs to ease college stress? Therapy dogs have become more common on university campuses as a way to help st…Read More

  9. A Guide to Springtime for Young Pet Parents

    According to many market researchers, millennials are adopting pets at a faster rate than other generations, including Baby Boomers. This rising trend in pet ownership by young people is the result of many factors, especially the trend of millennials waiting longer than previous generations to have …Read More