House Training Tips for a New Puppy Part 2

When a new puppy arrives in the house, it’s an exciting time for everyone. In order for the homecoming to proceed as smoothly as possible, it’s a good idea to spend a little bit of time in preparation...

3 Tips to Support Your Pet’s Immune System

“The digestive tract has immune cells that provide surveillance and are the front-line protectors to catch potential issues when pets eat something that’s not good for them,” said Michael Hayek, Ph.D., director of companion animal technical innovation for Exclusive® Pet Foods. “Since the digestive tract is so large, these cells comprise a large percentage of the total immune activity in dogs and cats.”

Avoid Discouragement And Confusion While Training Your Dog

Rewards just may be the single most important motivator in dog training. Obedience training through the use of rewards and other positive reinforcements has long been recognized as the most effective method of reaching most dogs and getting the best possible results...

Why Grooming Your Dog Is Important and How To Do It At Home

Even if you’ve got the most easy going-carefree dog in the world, she’ll still need some attention to be paid to her appearance every once in a while – so it’s worth spending a bit of time learning the best techniques for easy, stress-free grooming...

How To Keep Your Toddlers Safe Around Dogs

Toddlers are free-spirited and innocent beings. They can relate to anyone or anything with their innocence...

Tips for Safe Travel With Your Pet

Planning a road trip with dog? Even the most enthusiastic traveler can become agitated and anxious on a very long ride...

How To Increase The Chances Of Your Dog Coming Back When You Call

Coming when called is one of the most important commands that you can teach your dog. Dogs that do not come back when called can get lost, or injured. Because it is such an important command every dog should learn it...

9 Tips To Being A Responsible Dog Owner

With all the companionship and love that our dogs give so freely, it's hard to imagine that some owners just don't take responsibility for their dogs...