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Are You Cleaning Your Dog’s Ears Correctly?

My dog is often guilty of selective hearing (especially when it’s time to go potty on a rainy day); however, the weather didn’t explain why my dog’s ears always seemed to be clogged. Earwax build-up can impact a dog’s hearing, just as it can with our own. Worse, it can lead to problems for our […] Read more »

5 Ways to Keep (Better) Track of Your Pet

The American Humane Association estimates more than 10 million dogs and cats are lost or stolen in the U.S. every year. They also report that one in three pets will become lost at some point during their life. Although most pets are reunited with their owners, that constant anxiety hangs over me. I can’t stomach […] Read more »

Does ‘Dog Speak’ Bond You and Your Dog?

When you mention dinner, a walk, or an upcoming house-guest arrival to your dog, you might deliver the news through ‘dog speak.’ While friends and family might tease our baby-talk voice, this vocal affectation matters for relationship building with your four-legged friend. Researchers wanted to understand more about the infantile voice, why humans talk to […] Read more »

The “Puppy Dog Face” Works (and Dogs Know It)

puppy dog face
Whether you call it “puppy dog face,” “puppy face,” or “puppy dog eyes,” we all know the look. When a dog has his head down while his eyebrows and big sad eyes look upward, it suddenly becomes awfully hard to stay angry. Kids and adults mimic this face when a little extra cuteness is needed, […] Read more »

5 Signs Your Dog Is a Cat

Is your dog a cat
If the animal you thought was a dog displays these 5 cat characteristics, you in fact have a feline in your lap: 1. Curiosity Does your dog ever just sniff your face? It’s gentle and sweet, but also wet. When cats sniff up close and personal, it is due to their curiosity in you and […] Read more »

The Importance of Properly Pedicured Pooches

Proper nail maintenance is an important part of dog health, as the paw’s power comes from the nail. The do-it-yourself approach to trimming dog nails can be done, but it does come with risk, which is why many dog owners prefer to have it done by a professional. This spring, Springtime wants all paws to […] Read more »

5 Tips to Help Adopted Dogs Adjust to their New Homes

If you’re considering opening your home to a dog, open your heart to the idea of adopting. When you adopt you might be saving a life (and it just might be your own). Every time you take a new companion home, the organization can accept another animal to treat and care for. Each year, approximately […] Read more »

Top 5 Rainy-Day Games For You and Your Pooch

Games for Rainy Days
April showers eventually bring May flowers, but in the meantime we get very cooped-up pooches, so here is a list of five dog games for rainy days:  1. Hide & Seek This classic game is excellent for practicing your pup’s waiting skills, as well as teaching them to search. Plus, seeing them get excited […] Read more »

The Top 5 Luxury Dog Houses

dog mansion
Depending on the size of your dog, an average dog house can run you from $50 to $100. But if your dog is bringing in that Lassie money, consider these extravagant dog houses that are available for purchase. * 1. Cape Cod Cozy Dog Kennel – $6,989.96 Made by the Little Cottage Company, this dog […] Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Dog (and You)!

Make this year the best year for your dog and you by making a resolution that will make you both happier and healthier. Here are few suggestions that you and your dog can strive for, beginning with this New Year’s Day! Double their walk time How much time does your dog really get outside for […] Read more »