Tag Archives: Gifts

Gifts are fun thing to give your dog when there’s a special occasion. Whether it’s a birthday, holiday, or just because you dog will love a new chew toy, treat, or cushioned bed.

Best Dog Subscription Box 2019: Pet Treater vs Barkbox vs Pawpack vs PupBox vs Pupjoy vs Bullymake & More

Best Dog Subscription Box

Struggling to find time in your schedule to run basic errands, let alone keep your dog’s goodie stash supplied? Dog subscription box services are a growing trend and may be the solution to having enough toys, treats, health and grooming items on hand for your pup while also providing a little more fun and variety for everyone to enjoy…

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6 Foolproof Pet Photography Tips

Woman taking photo of dog in grass

We all want keepsakes of important moments, people or animals in our lives. That’s why learning to take better pictures of your pet is a great idea! Tired of those annoying flashbacks where your furry friend’s eyes look like something you’d see on Halloween? We know how you feel because we have lots of red eye pet pics too! Check out these 6 pet photography tips to help you get the photos you want to show off to others…

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Embark Dog DNA Test Reviews: Is Your Mixed Breed A Mystery?

Embark DNA Test tube: Embark DNA Test Reviews

Have you been pondering giving your dog a DNA test but heard that they’re unreliable? You’ll be happy to know; that’s not the case with Embark’s newest at-home dog genetic testing kit! Thanks to recent scientific advances, Embark now offers the most accurate at-home dog DNA test available on the market — for breed identification AND genetic health risks. Read our Embark DNA Test Review to see exactly what you can learn about your pup…

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Personalized Dog Totes: Droolworthy Gifts For Pet Lovers

Girls with dog tote bags

If you’re like my husband and me, you probably take your dog everywhere. When we visit family for the day, we bring our dog Sally along with us. That means we need to bring her food, food dish, water dish, treats, leash, harness and any toys she wants to bring along. Our back seat gets chaotic with everything just thrown in the vehicle. Having a dog tote bag for all of her stuff would make trips easier and more organized. And what’s cuter than getting a pet tote bag with your dog’s face on it? Check out these customizable pet totes to help you keep everything in one easy to grab spot. This would also make a great gift for your favorite dog lover…

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How Your Pet Shelter Donations Can Help Pets In Need

2 dogs in cage at shelter

Most pet shelters operate using donations from the community. Often, the number of resources the shelters have don’t even come close to the amount of need they face. Unfortunately, while pet shelter donations are something that many people think about, they rarely seem to make them. While you may think that money is the only way you can help, there are actually many things you can do to aid your local animal shelter. Whether you donate your time or items that can either be used, sold or auctioned, you can make a huge difference in the lives of many pets in just a few simple steps…

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Wisdom Panel Review: Our Dog’s Results Were Surprising

Sally licking dad's face

When my husband and I adopted our dog Sally in 2017 we were extremely curious about her dog breed makeup. We suspected she was hound of some sort but were uncertain of what type or anything else beyond that. So, we decided to take a dog DNA test to learn more. We completed a Wisdom Panel test for her and in less than two weeks, we had the results. What we discovered in the results was completely surprising to us…

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Best Dog Water Bottle: No Water Waste, No Mess & No Bowl Required

You’re out for a walk and take a break to give your dog some water. You’re probably one of two people. If you’re the first person, you uncap your shared water, attempt to form a bowl with your hands and try to get him to drink as much of it as possible before it all drips through the cracks. Your dog is lucky to get a teaspoon of the water. If you’re the second person, you’re lugging around a bowl with you, pour some water into it, and she drinks about half of it resulting in you tossing the remainder because drinking your dog’s backwash isn’t really what you consider a refreshing drink.

An easier alternative would be to bring your dog its own water bottle with a bowl built in. Your dog will drink more water and less will go on the ground. No wasted water, no mess and no extra bowl needed…

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