When it comes to looking after our furry family members, sometimes it feels like no one can do the job quite like you. This can make things stressful when you must go out of town and want your pet in the best care possible.
Rescuing a dog can be a very rewarding experience. But it doesn't always come without challenges. Not every rescue dog comes with issues but every single one of them will need your support and love as they transition into your home. We have put together
Summer is quickly approaching, and we’re all gearing up for the fun-filled activities we want to do with our dogs this year. For those of us lucky enough to live in Vancouver, there are tons of great options - from day hikes to beach lounges.
Before the Christmas songs start playing, and morning walks consist of hot cocoa and parkas, you’ll want to do whatever you can to prepare for the chill of winter - including prepping your dog. Here are some winter safety tips for pet parents.
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Getting a puppy is a fascinating experience. You’re about to add a new member to your family. This creature is going to spend every waking minute thinking about you, so it’s your job to spend the time preparing for his arrival. A lot of time
As the days get hotter and longer, our canine companions need a little extra care to keep cool. Here are the top 5 tips on how to beat the heat with your dog this summer.
1. Keep Them Out of Cars
Going for adventures are a key
One of the most important things to manage in a dog’s life is their weight. An overweight dog may seem happy, but they could be much happier if they were healthier. Canine obesity puts your dog is at risk of developing illness and diseases that
Tick season is coming, and although they aren’t common in the city, they are a significant threat in outer areas. Dogs adventure through the thick and thin, and the wilderness can be dangerous for them without proper precautions. Here are some tips for surviving tick
Once the rainy season is over, Vancouver can get hot pretty quickly. Dogs can’t put on sunscreen, and clothes will probably add to their internal temperature. So, what can you do to make sure your dog isn’t suffering? Check out our other articles to help
No matter the age, breed, or size, every dog needs regular exercise. Proven over time, a tired dog is better behaved, calm, focused, and understanding. Regular exercise doesn’t just benefit them, it can benefit you too.
Exercising keeps your dog healthy and limber, while reducing behavioral