Just like humans, dogs can suffer from seasonal allergies. If you have a pup that’s often sneezing and scratching once the flowers are in bloom, don’t fret – there are a few ways to ease the itch this spring. And good news: the worst of it is nearly over!
Pets are part of the family; they’re there during all of the holidays, family events, and celebrations at home. It’s wonderful to include our furry friends in the fun, but it can also be stressful — especially when your pup is shy or anxious around strangers. If that’s the case, we know how frustrating it can be to have guests over. At Pampered Pets, we’ve seen it all (we’re usually the guest!): from the very friendly to the quivering-in-the-corner, here’s what we’ve learned about introducing anxious dogs to houseguests…
It happens to all of us: the New Year’s Resolution has worn off, and the couch is more appealing than the gym. Before we know it, everyone, even our beloved pets, is carrying around a few extra pounds. Below, we’ve rounded up 5 tried-and-true tips for keeping your furry friend fit and trim. Bonus: you’ll reap the benefits, too.
It’s common knowledge that we love our pets, and will often go to the nines to make sure our furry friends are living the best possible lives. Monogrammed beds, comfy sweaters, Gourmet food – our pets have it all. Well, recent studies have taken an increased interest in the chemicals involved in the relationships between owner and pet, and how that love translates on a scientific level. The findings have been fascinating – and unexpected.
Just like human flu, dog flu is highly contagious and transmitted through close contact. Although there haven’t been any recent outbreaks in the New York area, there have been many cases recently in several states. It’s much more likely to spread in such a concentrated vicinity if a pup here came down with it, so the best thing you can do as a dog owner is to read up and be prepared.
As a devoted pet owner, you probably have vivid memories of the day you first met your furry friend — whether you found him at a shelter or from a breeder, got him as a puppy or later in life. Now, through this brilliant idea, those memories are being caught on camera. It’s too sweet not to share!
After a long winter, it’s finally time to ring in spring, and if you observe Easter, you’ve got twice the cause to celebrate. But some Easter traditions can endanger your furry friend, so here are 5 things to look out for.
Your pet’s oral hygiene is a key component of a healthy lifestyle. Here are some tips for keeping their teeth and gums in tip-top shape.