Luckily, most of the pieces of an agility course can be built on your own fairly easily. Check out our quick instructions on what you’ll need to put together your own DIY obstacle course for your dog.
Agility training can be active and rewarding, in addition to enforcing good habits and relationship building. Before you get started, ask yourself these three questions to see if agility training is right for you and your dog.
There are plenty of deluxe options for dog houses. During planning, you’ll come up with a ton of dog house ideas. It’s generally best to start with the basics and go from there.
To help you pick out which foods to give your dog, we’ve compiled short lists of some of the most common foods that are slightly uncomfortable or downright dangerous for pups. Let’s take a look at harmful food to keep away from your dog.
There’s no need to leave your best friend at home when you plan a dog-friendly trip. If you’re headed to the middle or southern parts of The Golden State, make sure you check out this California dog-friendly travel guide.
For active individuals, being able to have your dog run with you is the dream. Check out our quick guide on how to train your dog to run with you to get up and running!
Caring for your dog post-op can be difficult. Dogs usually still have a ton of energy, but aren’t quite capable of balancing that with their need to heal. Here’s how to care for your dog after surgery.
Integrating “superfoods” into your dog’s diet can be a good idea. If you’re not sure how to begin, we can give you a head start. Let’s look at some great, safe superfoods for your dog.
Dog Flu, also known as Canine Influenza, can be a serious threat to your dog, especially if he’s unvaccinated. Here’s what you need to know about the Dog Flu.
Over years of living together in peace, on farms and otherwise, some dog breeds are downright friendly with horses. Here are some dog breeds that work well with horses: