You walk in the door, and your dog jumps on you and gives you all the puppy kisses in the world. How sweet, but wow, their breath stink! Your precious pup is just trying to show you how much they missed you, but you are not enjoying the affection because it’s so smelly. Thankfully, the best dental chews for dogs can help with this stinky situation. Not only can they freshen your pup’s breath, but they can also help with gum health and reduce plaque and tartar build-up.
It’s not news that dogs like to chew on things, but you can train them to stop. By buying your dog a bone or chew toy it may help, but be careful with rawhides!
Help! My dog chews everything in sight! Is your puppy chewing on everything? You’re not alone! Puppies (like babies) go through a teething process that lasts about six months. This is how your pup learns — by exploring this big world. But how do you stop her from destroying everything in your home? Try some of these tips to learn how to stop a puppy from chewing and keep them safe from ingesting something potentially harmful.
You get some new tough dog toys, and your dog absolutely loves them. But within minutes, stuffing is everywhere, the squeakers extracted, and your dog has destroyed $20 worth of new toys. We all know this situation far too well. Maybe you perform reconstructive surgery on the toy by duct taping it, but that only lasts a short period before your dog tears it to shreds all over again. So much for tough. Quit wasting your money on toys that barely last five minutes and start buying dog toys designed for heavy chewers.
Most dogs are motivated to do anything if you place the right food in front of them. Whether you’re trying to train your dog or you just want to treat them for doing a good job on a walk, we’ve got the treats for you. And if you’re looking for a convenient way to carry your treats on walks and during training, we recommend this pouch that can hold treats, poop bags, and even a few other items you may need on your walk.
Dogs chew on wood because they like chewing on things. That’s why you see dogs play with chew toys, and why chew bones and treats are so popular with dogs. While it’s fairly common for a dog to chew on wood (especially if you use sticks or small logs to throw to them when you’re playing fetch) your dog will thank you if you help them lay off the wood. Why?…
If you’ve been a dog owner for a while, you’ve very likely heard of or have even purchased a Kong for your pup. Kong has been a leading manufacturer of fun, interactive and extremely durable toys for decades. We’re big fans of Kong products ourselves and want to share our reviews of some their most popular toys, treats and other products to help you keep your dog happy and mentally stimulated…
If you’ve been a dog parent for a while, you may have heard about the dangers of giving your pup rawhide treats — even though you can find rawhide products in almost any pet store. Rawhide is so popular because it’s a cheap, long-lasting chew that can keep dogs entertained for hours. But the dangers far outweigh the benefits.