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Puppy proofing your home! How to prepare for your new fur baby.

First off… congrats! It’s so exciting to add a furry family member to your story!! When getting your home ready, it’s similar to removing objects away from a curious toddler. If you don’t puppy proof your home ahead of time, your puppy is going to find every loose cord, pair of shoes, or anything else […]

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Ticks on Dogs. Prevention, dangers and tick removal.

Ticks are very dangerous for us as well as our fur babies. They are carriers of disease and because they attach firmly feeding on the blood slowly, they may go unnoticed for a while. Ticks on dogs take several days to complete their feeding. We did have a dog get Lyme disease and it was […]

Knowing what Human Foods Dogs can eat just got easier!

80% of Humans have the misconception that nutrition for Dogs and Humans is similar.  Some foods are safe for us but toxic or even deadly for dogs!  There are also some foods that are perfectly fine and healthy for your dogs to get as a treat!  Get to know your safe choices! In this 6 […]

Why does my dog eat grass?

This is a common question from dog lovers. Why does my dog eat grass? Are they missing something in their diet? Could they be sick? Do they think they are a cow? Well, maybe not the last one… but rest assured, they are just fine. Dogs munching on grass is actually a normal or common […]

What can I give my dog for pain?

There are different ways to help ease your dogs pain. Whether they were injured or starting to get arthritis, when your dog hurts you just want them to feel better. Here are the questions we are answering for you. How much aspirin can I give my dog?How do you know if a dog is in […]

How much exercise does a dog need everyday?

I have touched this subject in many of my dog blogs but really feel humans should understand that all dogs are different. Some dogs need more exercise than others. A general rule is 30 minutes to 2 hours depending on dog breed, age and wellness. Dog exercise is just as important as exercise for yourself. […]

Heat stroke in dogs. Help keep your dog from overheating!

This post contains affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer for more info. Jesse when she was young. We love the water! Dog lover questions answered and our heat stroke experience: How can I keep my dog cool outside?Do fans help dogs keep cool?Can a dog survive heat stroke?How do you cool down an overheating dog? […]

Mosquito bites on dogs…your questions answered!

This post contains affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer for more info. Mosquito bites are not only dangerous for us humans but also for our dogs. They are responsible for over a million human deaths worldwide every year, more than any other organism. I am here to answer some dog lover questions when it comes […]

Dog walking for just 10 minutes. The benefits for you and your dog!

I read in a recent survey only 50% of people walk their dog everyday. Not everyone has a lot of time to exercise everyday. We have dogs, kids, work, school and many other responsibilities. So what about just 10 minutes? Maybe we can make that much time to exercise with our dog after knowing what […]

Crate training your dog!

This post contains affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer for more info. Crate Training, in my opinion, is the only way to go. The crate is their own sanctuary and you can have peace of mind when they are in there. If your dog has separation anxiety or is a puppy, they like to chew […]

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