Play

What pup doesn’t like to play? Our play category is all about the fun stuff. You learn about the best dog toys, the best dog parks, and just random fun stuff for you and your canine to share and play with.

Best Dog Barrier For Cars: Drive Safer With Your Pup

Dog outside car with dog barrier

Does your dog like to explore the vehicle while driving down the road? Your pup probably starts out in the back seat, then meanders to the front seat with you (making sure to whack you in the face with their tail), then wanders to the back and continues this pattern until you reach your destination.

This can be dangerous you and other drivers on the road because you could get distracted by your dog. We know your dog doesn’t mean any harm, they’re just so excited to be on the road with you. So we recommend using a dog barrier for your car…

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Best Dog Seat Belts, Car Seats and Harnesses

Dog sitting in front seat in car harness

I’ve driven by many vehicles where I see a dog sitting on the driver’s lap, obstructing their view. Honestly, it makes me quite nervous. While it’s adorable to see the dog loving the ride with their head out the window, it’s actually quite dangerous. If an accident occurred, the dog could be seriously injured or worse, not to mention the people involved as well…

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Dog Evolution History: Where Do Dogs Come From?

Old photo of woman and dogs in her lap

Ever look down at your dog and wonder where she came from? We’re not talking about who her parents were, but something deeper than that. While human evolution is a hot topic, what about dog evolution? Did dogs evolve from another animal or were they created by a greater being and placed on Earth to be our best friends? While there is a great deal of conflict on this subject, there are some answers we can give you about dog evolution…

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World’s Most Low Energy Dogs (and High Energy Dogs Too)

Dog yawning

Ever wondered why some dogs act like couch potatoes while others are natural Olympians? Breed type is often to thank (or blame) for Fido’s feisty (or lazy) behavior. While good looks and personality are important, you should also take into consideration each breed’s energy level so you can make sure his or her exercise levels are adequately met given your lifestyle and location. We’ll discuss the various low energy dog breeds as well as the high energy dogs too so you can learn which breed is a good fit for you…

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Rover Dog Sitting Reviews: Other Options Besides A Kennel

Pet sitter with dog

Taking a last minute trip but need your dog cared for while you’re away? You call the kennel, but they’re already booked up for the weekend. What other options do you have? Through pet sitting sites like Rover you can connect with pet sitters in your local area, giving you the opportunity to meet and make bookings for them to watch your dog while you’re away. But how safe are services such as Rover compared to taking your dog to the kennel?…

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Am I Ready For A Dog?

Girl and puppy

If you didn’t grow up with a dog, you might not know much about them — how much care they truly need. We encourage you to do your research, which it looks like you are since you came across this article. It’s important to educate yourself on pet ownership so you can make your life and your dog’s life better. So, are you ready for a dog? Find out what to consider before you jump in…

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Best Gifts For Dog Lovers: 12 Ideas To Woof About

Dog with party hat on: Best Gifts for Dog Lovers

Shopping for a holiday or birthday gift for someone who is a huge fan of dogs? Or perhaps you’re looking to get your pet sitter or vet a little something for the holidays but don’t know where to start. These gifts for dog lovers area sure to please both dogs and their dog owning parents alike. Read on to find the best fit for fido and their pup loving companion…

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Ew, That Smell: How To Get Dog Pee Smell Out Of Carpet

How to Get Dog Pee Smell Out of Carpet

As dog owners, we’ve all been there. You got delayed at the office or running errands, and your dog couldn’t hold it any longer. Of course, he picked the perfect place on the carpet to pee. Or even worse, your pet has chosen a regular spot to relieve himself in your home because you haven’t been able to completely eliminate the smell. Never fear! We’ll give you some expert tips on how to get dog pee smell out of carpet for good…

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