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
Much like the people who love them, #dogs come in all shapes, sizes, and personality types. From goofy to serious to neurotic, there’s no one right way to be a dog...but there are a few recognizable archetypes. See if you recognize your own pup in our list! The Adventurer. Is not your average pup. This high energy doggo is happiest exploring a woodsy trail or posing majestically by a cliff, these dogs can seem aloof at first, but take them into the wilderness and they'll be s
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
Photo Courtesy #Hannah_andthemoose The answer is a resounding YES! Most people think of dogs as natural swimmers. Yes, it's generally true, most of them have a natural instinct and ability to paddle those paws to get from point A to point B. However, there’s a minority that are not equipped with that natural reflex, and even those that do swim well could benefit from the added buoyancy of a dog life jacket. Do all dogs know how to swim? No. Most dogs will start to #doggypaddl