As every day tasks become as easy as saying, “Alexa, set a timer for 10 minutes,” it’s no surprise that pet parents are using tech to monitor health, book pet sitting or watch their pet on a webcam, it’s absolutely improving care. The more you know about your dog, the better you can understand his or her needs. One of the biggest ways technology has changed the pet-care industry is by creating an ecosystem in which owners can easily and quickly connect with reliable services.
Are you hankering for a summer time adventure with your pup? Nothing's better than hitting the road with your doggo, finding that perfect spot to pitch your tent, and delight in the joys of nature. What makes camping with dogs so much fun? The reasons to take your dog camping by far outweigh leaving them behind. Yes, they can restrict your plans somewhat, and you can’t ever leave your dinner plate unattended without it’s contents disappearing. But the enjoyment and constant e
Think your dog doesn’t need to be protected from the sun's UV rays? Think again! While dog fur does offer some protection, it doesn’t mean that they can’t get sunburned. Skin cancer is on the rise, in both humans and our favorite wiggly friends. And human sunscreen isn’t meant for dogs! Common ingredients like titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are harmful when ingested! Which is why we've sniffed out some great ways you can protect your dog "naturally" from getting sunburned. W
Our sixth annual calendar is in full swing and we can't wait to see all of the awesome entries! Each year we're so AMAZED at our participants' generosity and all the cute Boxers out there. So in honor of our sixth year, we've decided to share some helpful tips to ensure all our participants have the tools they need to be one of our "top dogs" in our 2021 calendar! 1. Get Your Dog Used To Your Camera Or Cellphone Don’t be afraid to put the camera on the coffee table. Let them
This spring might have looked different than we planned, but that didn't stop us from thinking big and making some good memories. To celebrate in our own unique, fur-friendly way, we found creative ways to do what we do best- help boxers & connect them with their people. When the stay-at-home order first began, we all saw one positive thing begin to emerge: folks who didn't have a dog for one reason or another, opened their homes to foster and adopt. In addition, we also saw