Dog Enrichment

National Senior Pet Month

Dog Enrichment, Dog Health, Dog Training

National Senior Pet Month

Just a couple of months ago I was visiting the vet clinic for a routine exam for Karma, my 8-year-old dog, and I heard something that freaked me out a little bit!  Someone referred to Karma as “geriatric”.

Traveling Without Your Dog

Dog Day Care, Dog Enrichment, Dog Health, Dog Ownership

Traveling Without Your Dog

Planning a vacation and worried about leaving your dog home? Will they be sad?  Will they be lonely?  Well, it doesn’t have to be that way!  We’re sharing our top 4 suggestions for helping your dog feel calm and comfortable while you’re away.

Favorite Fresh Foods for Your Dog

Dog Enrichment, Dog Health

Favorite Fresh Foods for Your Dog

We all know that eating fresh fruits and vegetables are part of maintaining a healthy, balanced diet and are loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants, but did you know that some fresh fruits and veggies can be healthy diet additives for your dog as well?  Here’s our list of [.

Ice Cube Tray Treats

Dog Enrichment, Dog Health, Recipes

Ice Cube Tray Treats

This summer you can create fun, tasty, bite-sized ice treats for your dogs in just a few simple steps! Take your ice cube tray and fill ¾ of each slot with a liquid base of either water or low-sodium chicken or beef broth.

Safe Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables for Dogs

Dog Enrichment, Dog Health

Safe Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables for Dogs

Flowers are blooming!  Did you know there are a handful of plants, fruits and vegetables that are safe for your dog to nibble on? You can create an edible herb garden for your dog with these six plants: Thyme Dill Sage Rosemary Parsley Basil Plus, six fresh fruits and vegetables [.

Easter Fun For Your Dog

Dog Enrichment, Dog Training

Easter Fun For Your Dog

While your pup can’t have chocolate or candy, there is still a way for them to partake in the festivities of Easter—an Easter Egg Hunt!  To turn this fun classic into a dog’s dream game, we’re going to let them search for food hidden in places that are easy for [.