French Bulldog Training Made Easy

The dog is a human’s best friend and this age-old adage has held itself out on too many occasions to count. These furry members of our lives are the best companions that one could form and no matter what happens, they never leave the side of their masters. But just like their human counterparts, they also require a lot of love and care in their life. They also require to be trained just like human…

How to Prepare Your Pug for Winter

With the winter season just around the corner, you will be looking for some coverage to keep yourself warm and cozy. But have you considered how to keep your pug warm too? Many people often think that pugs can tolerate the cold weather as they have a thick coat and plenty of wrinkles. However, this assumption is nothing but a misconception. Your pug will have to venture outdoors when nature calls and he needs to…

Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe While You Renovate

Renovating your house or apartment can be an exciting adventure to make your space truly unique and all your own. Renovating takes time especially considering the scope of the project. It can also come with many hazards and challenges. While you may be ready to take on the home project be sure you don’t forget about your pets in the process! Here are some tips to keep your dog safe and healthy while your home…

How to Prepare as a New Dog Owner

There aren’t many experiences in life as exciting as bringing home a new dog. The first few months with your new dog will be an adjustment period for you both. You’ll both be delighted while also learning what to expect from each other. During this transition phase, it is normal to encounter some problems. Once you start looking at everything you need for your new dog, the process can begin to feel a little daunting.…

How To Make A Homemade Flea Spray For Dogs

Using apple cider vinegar in a spray bottle is an easy and natural way to kill fleas and soothe itchy skin. A tablespoon of apple cider vinegar mixed with 3/4 cup of distilled water is a great homemade flea spray for dogs. You can use boiling and cooled tap water. Add essential oil of your choice and mix well. Pour into a spray bottle. Shake well to combine the ingredients. One quart of water and…

How To Make Your Dog Feel Safe At Home While You’re At Work

Now that the lockdown is lifting, and life is slowly returning to normal, more workers are encouraged to return to their offices and workplaces rather than working from home. That might be good news for you, but what about your dog? Your faithful furry friend has become accustomed to having you around 24/7, so, naturally, he might feel anxious and even afraid when you’re suddenly not around, and he’s left alone for long periods. That’s…

4 Best Practices for Storing Dog Food to Maintain Freshness

Purchasing dog food in bulk offers several advantages. It is one of the best tips you can follow when shopping for supplies for your furry friend. This shopping trick allows you to save money on dog food, ensure you always have enough stock to keep your canine well-fed, and avoid unnecessary or unscheduled trips to the pet store. Stocking up on your pet’s favorite food can also work to your advantage if the brand is…

What to Do if You Have Lost Your Pet

Pet parents often have a deep love and a strong bond with their animal companions. The pet is a cherished member of the family who brings joy, love, and companionship. It is not “just a dog” or “just a cat.” So, when a cherished pet disappears from home, it is understandable if you feel disoriented and distressed. The confusion could trigger all sorts of imaginations and irrational actions. Act strategically and fast. Take the following…

5 Tips to Keep Your Pug From Overheating During Summer

As a brachycephalic (short-nosed) dog breed, pugs lack the ability to regulate their body temperature as easily as other dog breeds. In simple terms, dogs with “normal” snouts can keep themselves cool in summer by releasing heat and cooling incoming air. Brachycephalic dogs, however, lack this ability due to their unusually small air passages and short noses. As a pug owner, you need to take active steps to protect your pug from overheating in the…

How To Keep Your Pug Safe When Making a Road Trip

Car safety should be a priority when travelling with your pug. In fact, unrestrained dogs distract divers and end up causing tens of thousands of car accidents every year. Keeping your pug restrained in the car doesn’t just keep them safe, it also protects you and your passengers, as well as helps prevent accidents. Taking precautions to keep your pug safe and comfortable on the road is therefore essential for a smooth and successful trip.…