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What Is the Best Puppy Food?

Bowl of puppy food: What is the Best Puppy Food?

Good puppy food is hard to come by. If we asked you where your pup's food is made or what some of the key ingredients are, would you know? We focus so much on what we put in our bodies that we sometimes forget how important it is to nourish our furry friends with the best food for puppies. Our puppy food reviews cover canned, dry and grain free puppy dog food. And on top of that, ALL of these fit the "natural puppy food" classification, so you know you're giving your pup a good meal... Read More »

Doggy Dan’s Online Dog Training Course Review

Dog trainer with dogs: Doggy Dan's Online Dog Trainer Review

Hiring a dog trainer can be expensive but it could also lead to your dog looking to the trainer as the alpha dog. Your dog may want affirmation from the trainer instead of you. Not only could this cause some problems at home where he may not listen to you, but it will also hurt your feelings a bit that your dog is closer friends with someone else. Have no fear, Doggy Dan to the rescue... Read More »

Dog Halloween Costumes: Don’t Let Your Dog Go Naked

Dogs in Halloween costumes: Dog Halloween Costumes: Don't Let Your Dog Go Naked

Has your dog always dreamed of dressing up as Elvis or a Bad to the Bone Biker? What pooch wouldn't?!? Just as there is no limit to outfit ideas for humans, everything imaginable is available for dogs too. Dressing your dog up for Halloween can be fun and entertaining for everyone. Here are some ideas and ways to get your furry friend to join in on the festivities this fall... Read More »

Choosing the Best Puppy Playpen: Crates Don’t Always Cut It!

Dog in play pen outside: Best Puppy Playpen

Do you find yourself crating your puppy too much during the day? As puppy owners, we've all been there. You're in and out of the house running errands or trying to make meals and clean the house. You can't leave your pup totally unattended—oh, the trouble they can cause! But too much time cooped up in a crate isn't good for dogs of any age. They need time to play with their toys and move around. Puppy playpens are an excellent alternative to over-crating. Check out our best puppy playpen picks below. You'll have a happier pup (and a happier you)... Read More »

ASPCA’s CEO Matt Bershadker & Behavioral Rehab Centers for Animals

Rescue Dog: ASPCA Giving Dogs a Second Chance

The ASPCA is developing groundbreaking dog rehabilitation approaches that are giving rescuers new hope, and even more importantly, victimized dogs a second chance. That’s the idea behind the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in New Jersey, where a team of experts uses scientifically-based behavior modification techniques to help severely undersocialized dogs overcome their fears... Read More »

Top Dog Interview: Blind Hiker Trevor Thomas’ Dog Tennille

Blind Hiker Trevor Thomas' Dog Tennille

As if that list isn't impressive enough, she is also a sponsored athlete and brand ambassador for SPOT, Ruffwear, Marmot, Big Agnes, and In Clover. She has been featured in numerous magazine and newspaper articles, NBC Nightly News, numerous local and regional television spots, will be featured on The Secret Lives of Dogs in January 2017, and is a feature in Service Tales Book by Ace Collins. Tennille is currently in active service and resides in Charlotte, NC with her partner, Trevor Thomas... Read More »

Canine Hip Dysplasia: Surgery Isn’t The Only Option

Canine On Beach in Wheelchair

Does your pup have a family history of hip and joint problems? Is he showing symptoms of discomfort and a reduction in mobility? He could be suffering from early signs of canine hip dysplasia. Canine hip dysplasia is one of the most commonly occurring conditions, often attributed to bad breeding around the world. But it's also a hereditary disease that progressively gets worse with age and can become quite painful. Your dog doesn't have to suffer. Fortunately, there are several treatment options available. Read on to learn how to spot symptoms and see what treatments could help your pup regain his old self... Read More »