Sit. Stay. Please?
Top 5 Commands for You and Your Dog to Master Today our blog post comes from mymagazine.us MEET OUR EXPERT Jeff Silverman,Certified Dog Behavior Consultant at Training TracksW When it comes to a happy, healthy relationship with your furry best friend, the key is understanding dog language — which doesn’t include English. “The biggest problem we have […]Continue Reading
5 Ways to Deal with Them Today’s post comes from our friends at Chewy.com Let’s be honest: sometimes having a pet stinks. Literally. Maybe your dog got caught in the rain or rolled in something unsavory. Maybe your he just has bad breath. No matter the cause, here are five tips to help you prevent […]Continue Reading
Do Dogs Know Themselves?
The classic self-recognition test gets a makeover for dogs, using smell not sight By Julie Hecht, September 2017 Dogs know individuals. Your dog knows I am not you and you are not me. Your dog knows that Rudy down the block is exceptional at playing, but Spot is not. If dogs can recognize individuals, and […]Continue Reading
Top Tips for Moving with Pets
Like any big changes in life, moving is stressful. Even if you’re heading into your dream home, chances are that frustrations will surface and tempers will flair. Here is how to keep things running smoothly throughout the moving process. Plan ahead. Doing a great job of packing your belongings is the perfect place to start. […]Continue Reading
Budget-Conscious Tips for New Pet Owners
Whether you’re young or old, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of bringing home a pet for the very first time. It’s a unique, loving relationship that enriches your life in ways you don’t even suspect. A pet-owner relationship is founded on trust; a trust that starts with bringing home an animal to make part […]Continue Reading
Now Serving Frozen Pup Treats!
Summer is here!! As it gets warmer, there’s more outdoor fun to be had; park play, beach outings and backyard BBQs. It’s all so much better with our furry friends, but as it gets hotter, it’s easier for our furries to get overheated and dehydrated. That’s when our pups deserve a frozen treat!! Frozen doggy treats […]Continue Reading
How often do you brush your teeth?
Would you let days, weeks, or even months go by without brushing your teeth? Of course not! Your dog can’t pick up a toothbrush and clean his own teeth: he relies on you. 80% (or more!) of dogs over three years old have gum disease. And it’s not only a problem for dogs – cats […]Continue Reading
Lucky Dogs is our name, but we love kitties too. Today we’d like to tell you about Pawsome Kitty, a website devoted to everything feline, brought to you by a self-proclaimed “weird cat lady” with 200 cats… not really, she only has three. But if you want to know more, visit her site and show some […]Continue Reading
Does a Dog Know When Someone Dies?
We recently experienced the death of my soul mate here at our home. We were together for two years that felt like it had been so much longer. His dog, Garfield, moved in with us before he did. We knew right away it would be forever. When that ended abruptly one Saturday night, the dogs […]Continue Reading
Leading the Pack
Six Tips for Letting Your Dog Know You’re the Alpha I recently came across this article from www.mymagazine.us in a City Market magazine. I think you will find it as helpful as I did. Have you ever found yourself standing in the yard calling for your dog, only to have your so-called best friend stare […]Continue Reading
Budget-Friendly Tips to Keep Traveling With Your Dog Problem-Free
Are you a pet owner who is planning your first trip with your dog? Maybe this is your first pet, or maybe you just haven’t traveled together before. Either way, you should know that planning a pet-friendly vacation that’s free of extra stress and extra costs doesn’t require that much effort. You just need to […]Continue Reading
It’s Heating Up Out There!
It takes only six minutes for a dog to die in a hot car. Yet, people continue to leave their dogs in cars. Maybe this is because humans don’t really understand what happens when a dog is overheated. Normal canine temperature is from 100.5 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Heatstroke starts at temperatures of 106-109, resulting […]Continue Reading