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Labradors are one of the most popular, and well known, breeds - and for good reason! They have a long history of being great dogs for families because of their gentle, kind, trusting and outgoing personalities. Beyond that, they are still one of the most popular breeds and all sorts of people and families choose a labrador to be their furry friend because they are a great companion dog that will be ready for adventure or cuddling up on your couch. You can’t resist their floppy ears and energetic personalities. In addition to being a great addition to your life, Labradors are extremely popular because of their versatility. You will often see labradors as service and guide dogs for many different reasons. No matter your lifestyle, Labradors are a great dog breed choice and we will help teach you some of the basic and first things you need to know when preparing to bring a labrador into your life.
Bringing a kitten into a dog home can be intimidating and even a little scary, but it doesn't have to be! Cats and dogs can coexist, get along and even become best friends. When introducing your two new friends to each other, you do have to remember that cats and dogs have very different mannerisms, attitudes and overall are very different animals. Introducing them to each other doesn't have to be complicated. Still, it will require some work because they won't (typically) naturally get along. Introducing a kitten to your dog can be easier because the cat will be coming into a new environment, and you can establish this routine early on. But, it can be a challenge because dogs are more energetic and excited than a cat. The biggest risk will be your dog getting too excited when first meeting and thinking your kitten wants to play at their level! Don't worry though, we will cover all of this and go through proper steps to introduce your kitten to your dog and create a happy relationship.
It’s that time of the year where it gets a little colder outside, your home feels too cozy, and you don’t want to leave. You and your dog will both feel the need to be lazy during this time with extra naps, less movement, and probably some more treats - and that’s okay! But, we all need to make sure we stay healthy and get a little exercise every day. Luckily for you and your dog, there are a ton of ways to get some daily movement in while staying inside your warm and cozy house. We have a lot of great dog exercises to keep your dog healthy and happy that you can do with your dog, all while staying inside and not going on a cold walk outside!
Exercise is an integral part of your dog's overall health and happiness. Like us humans, dogs need proper nutrition and exercise to stay healthy and live a long and happy life. As a dog parent or even a new puppy parent, you have probably found yourself asking if you really need to go out and take your dog on walks or how much exercise they really need. We're here to tell you that, yes, your dog needs proper exercise, and it's a great way to keep you and your dog in shape! Dog care and dog health are critical, and giving your dog the proper amount of exercise is, luckily for you, very easy. We'll give you good tips on how to stay active with your dog and share with you how much exercise your dog needs. Follow along to keep your dog happy and healthy!
If you have a naturally hyper and energized dog, you know that sometimes you really need ways to calm them down and give both you and your dog time to relax. There is nothing wrong with this; in fact, it is normal and healthy to teach your dog to be calm, happy, and submissive. You can find hundreds of different methods to calm your hyper dog. Still, we will break it down into 3 main categories on How to Calm Down a Hyper Dog and keep it simple for you! This will help if you have a hyper dog breed, a hyper puppy, or just a crazy dog who has a lot of energy. We will cover everything from natural remedies to actual medications and help you figure out what works best for you and your hyper dog.
An active puppy is a happy, healthy, and balanced puppy. Maintaining a consistent and appropriate activity level is vital to their general health and wellness, as well as their relationship with you. A puppy’s energy level may be deceiving, and may lead you to think they can do any exercise when they cannot. Many factors go into determining how much exercise and what kind your puppy needs. It’s up to you to set them up for success! Just how much exercise does a puppy need? Read on to learn more!