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Owning a dog is a huge responsibility. Your first and foremost goal should be to keep your furry friend safe. Learn about safe ways to travel with your dog, what first aid supplies you should have on hand, dangerous products and much more in these dog safety articles.

Who Let the Dogs Out? Not You With Your Best Dog Gates!

What Are The Best Dog Gates?

Is your dog getting into rooms she's not supposed to be in? Maybe she's stealing socks from the laundry room or destroying the downstairs area after you've cleaned it up. You're not alone! Dogs can be sneaky and it's nearly impossible to keep your eyes on them at all times. That's why retractable pet gates are a great idea for your home. Find the best ones for every situation... 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 »

How To Puppy Proof Your House

Puppy chewing on toy: How To Puppy Proof Your House

Congratulations on your new puppy! We are so excited for your growing family! And since you're going to be a great pet parent, you're looking into puppy proofing your home. You're probably already aware that your hands are going to be fully with a rambunctious puppy who will get in everything imaginable. That's why a puppy proof house is so important. We'll give you step by step instructions on how you can puppy proof elements of your house so your furry children are safe... Read More »

Puppy Behavior Problems: Stop Them Before They Begin

Puppy chewing on toy: Puppy Behavior Problems

Are you the proud parent of an adorable little puppy? This is a new realm for you and you’re probably unsure what normal puppy behavior should look like. Puppies (like people) obtain bad habits by being given love and affection constantly, which they need, but can also keep them from learning good habits. Similar to a baby when she cries, she may need fed or changed, but other times she may just want to be held. Which makes you feel great, but doesn’t always help your baby grow and become social with other people. Puppies are similar and need to learn how to behavior properly so they can grow into the great dogs we know they can be! So, lets nip these puppy behavior problems in the bud before they get out of control... Read More »

Tips for Safe Traveling With Dogs In the Car

Tips for Safe Traveling with Dogs from Canine Journal

When most of us get in our cars, the routine is non-negotiable. Children are buckled in safety seats or, if older, in seat belts. All the adults buckle up. When that’s all done, only then do we start the car and begin our journeys, knowing that we’ve taken an important step toward the safety of ourselves and our passengers. Unfortunately, those same safety considerations often don’t extend to our canine travelers... Read More »