Don’t scold your dog for YOUR lack of active supervision. Clean it up and pay more attention next time so you can make sure he goes in the right place! In honor of National Train Your Dog Month, I have decided to create a series of blog posts featuring…you guessed it…my favorite things! First up, since so many people purchase or adopt new puppies over the winter holidays, I’m going to cover potty training (the information works for adult dogs, too). Below are 10 tips to help
Big puppy eyes, soft puppy ears, and wet puppy kisses….so irresistible! Walking past the puppies in pet shops and shelters tugs at our heartstrings. A young woman holding a pencil is looking up and to the left where a heart-shaped "dream bubble" shows a cute Rat Terrier puppy's face.
Many of us had a puppy growing up and it was all fun and games, right? Let’s be honest, who actually took care of it? Probably your parents. Or maybe you raised your last dog from puppyhood, but