- They’ve mastered a trick
- They’ve learned a skill we’ve been teaching
- You simply want to give them a treat because you love them
College is tough no matter what your circumstances are, but having a dog while in college can make things even trickier. You might think that bringing a dog along with you will be a great way to stave off loneliness and keep a responsible routine, but owning a dog while attending school full-time can be another full-time task.
Have you ever thought about having to write your dog’s “resume”? More and more landlords and commercial property rental agents are requesting a pet resume as part of the application process. If you’ve never heard of this you’re probably not alone.
Once you understand the need for a dog or pet resume, its benefits will become clear and you will … [more]
It’s hard to believe that August is coming to and end and that soon we will be in autumn and then winter! Before September hits, though we wanted to share information on Responsible Dog Ownership Month which is what September has been designated by the American Kennel Club.
Pet parents want to be responsible and many do their best to … [more]
Since our dogs can’t speak to us, it’s important that we pay attention to their body language to help us understand how they’re feeling at any given time. You want to know what makes your dog happy as well as when your dog is unhappy and needs to be removed from their current situation.
Understanding what your dog does when … [more]
It can be tough to understand what your dog means by some of his actions, but there are some behaviors that should never be ignored in your dog. One small action or symptom could be your first clue to the presence of a life-threatening problem in your dog, be it illness or unhampered aggression.
An unhappy or unhealthy dog is … [more]
June 22 is “Take Your Dog To Work Day” and across the country, many pet parents will be bringing their beloved pups to the office. Is your dog ready for Take Your Dog To Work Day? Some dogs simply are not. As a dog owner, it’s up to you to know whether your dog has the etiquette necessary to thrive … [more]
“Pet parent.” That phrase has popped into the lexicon recently and it shows that many pet owners aka pet parents have begun embracing the fact that their dogs are their “children.” If they’re empty nesters, then that may be even more the case. The human children have moved out so now you dote upon your beloved dog. Are you the … [more]
“Does my homeowner’s insurance coverage protect me if my dog bites someone?” It’s a question I get asked all the time. People will call the office to inquire about dog bite insurance or to receive a dog bite insurance quote and the conversation inevitably turns toward whether, or how much, a homeowner’s insurance policy will protect someone.
National … [more]
Depending on where you live and what kind of dog you have, you may have an “outdoor dog”, or a dog that spends the bulk of its time outside. While you don’t want to completely isolate your dog, there are ways that you can ensure that your dog is perfectly happy outside the house. That being said, there are many … [more]