Summer survival guide for you and your dog

Summer time is in full swing. It’s the season of family vacations, day festivals, water play, and cookouts. The kids are out of school, and there is extra fun to be had. But, here in Texas the heat can feel a bit out of control sometimes with it’s high digits and bright sun. Here are some tips to keep your dogs safe and happy during the blaze of summer so that you don’t miss a minute of fun. Keep them cool. Always be thinking of ways to keep your fuzzy loved ones cool, whether you are staying at home, going out for the day, or making a trip of it. Their comfort and safety in the heat is important, as is yours. Keep it in mind when you plan, and make it a priority that starts to automatically insert itself into your …

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Storm Anxiety and Pets

It is severe weather season here in North Texas, and like humans, your furbabies can have storm phobia. Thunderstorm phobia is very real for cats and dogs and difficult to cure. Because so many factors make up a storm, it is difficult to narrow down exactly what is stressing your pet. Fear of loud noises, […]

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Camping With Your Pet

Camping season is upon us. The nights are cool, the air is fresh. What better way to unplug and unwind than by spending time with your best friend in the Great Outdoors underneath a canopy of stars? It’s important to make sure that you and your furry friend have the best and safest camping experience, […]

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Dog Park Etiquette

Dog parks are an excellent place for you and your pup to socialize, bond, and let off some energy, but with all that fun and freedom comes responsibility. Rules and regulations are in place to ensure the safety and fun of every visitor. Here are some things to consider while you’re having fun at the […]

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Pet Friendly Cleaning Tips

Spring is almost here, and with that comes Spring Cleaning. Whether you’re freshening up your space or taking on the KonMari Method, keeping your home clean can be really tricky when you add pets to the mix. Tracking in extra dirt or pet hair on every surface can certainly give the process that next-level challenge. […]

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Caring For Your Dog’s Teeth

As with humans, dental health and hygiene in our pets is crucial and can affect their overall wellness. Preventative care begins at home, and in honor of National Pet Dental Health month, we’ve got some tips to ensure your pet’s teeth are healthy.   Vet Check-ups – Your pet’s teeth should be checked by your […]

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10 Questions to Ask Your Vet

Vet visits can be stressful, not just for your pet, but for you, as well. Not only do you have to make sure your fur baby is comfortable, but you have to keep track of all the questions and concerns whizzing through your mind. Not to worry. Whether you’ve decided to visit a new practice or […]

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11 New Year’s Resolution Ideas for You and Your Dog

The New Year is a great time for fresh starts. The calendar has switched over, and it is time to reflect and create change in our lives. When you think about your goals, do you consider getting your pets and family members involved? Here are a some New Year’s resolution ideas that include your fur-family, […]

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Gadgets for Pet Savvy Parents

Much like the 13 Must-have Apps for Savvy Pet Parents we’ve made a list of some interesting ways to incorporate technology and innovative products in to the modern era of pet parenting. Smart Collars, Tags, & Leashes From tracking your pet’s activity and wellness, to tracking your pet themselves, smart-gadgets don’t just stop at phones […]

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Holiday Safety Tips

Thanksgiving may have come and gone, but the holidays are a time of festivities, food, and fun. With that comes potential hazards for our furry family members. Here are some things to consider before sharing that turkey dinner or hanging those decorations. Say NO to Table Foods & Scraps Foods high in fat and spices […]

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