May 22nd, 2020
Teaching your puppy to walk on a loose leash starts the very first time you clip the leash to their collar. While it may be the thousandth time you’ve put a leash on a dog before, keep in mind this is an entirely new experience for your puppy.
May 12th, 2020
As much of the United States remains a patchwork of openings and closures, the needs of both people and pets continue. Choosing to shop at locally-owned stores is a great way to fulfill your pets' needs, as well as make a positive impact on your community. Here are some tips for making the most of your pet supply shopping during the pandemic.
May 8th, 2020
By: Taylor McDonald of @bindisbucketlist... What came first, the chicken or the egg? Spring is in the air, and we can feel it! With the days getting a little longer and the birds out and chirping, it has us feeling all the spring vibes that this season is beginning to offer.
May 5th, 2020
Much like humans, dogs love routine and what is familiar to them. When there is a big change or things go out of process it can be unnerving and scary for our four-legged friends. Dogs that act out in different manners when their human companions leave are displaying the common behavior known as separation anxiety.
May 1st, 2020
KONGs aren’t just a dog toy, they can also be used as a tool to help eliminate certain unfavorable dog behaviors as well. Even though dogs have since become part of our family, instincts that developed in the wild many years ago can still lead to problem behaviors in your home.
April 28th, 2020
Having a dog in your life can be rewarding on many levels. Emotionally, they bring a richness to our lives. Physically, they can be a catalyst for increased activity which is important for health and fitness.
April 23rd, 2020
Taking in a foster kitty in need is one of the most rewarding, and stressful, things you can do. By stepping up to volunteer, you’re not only helping to free up space in your local shelter, but you’re also providing a safe space for vulnerable animals to develop into loving pets; free of the diseases and other stressors they might encounter in the shelter environment.
April 16th, 2020
Fostering programs are a foundational part of animal shelters and rescues across the nation. Animals need foster homes for a variety of reasons like; lack of space in shelters, injury, illness, environmental stress and around the clock care. Animal lovers with the right home environment, time and training are able to lend a helping hand to make a positive impact on the lives of animals and their community.
April 6th, 2020
As the weather starts warming up, the colors of the landscape become more vibrant, we all know that feeling that spring has sprung upon us! With this welcome change in weather there also comes potential threats for our furry friends.