Happy National Dog Day! This day has 2 goals: to honor dogs, and to rescue dogs from homelessness and abuse. It's an opportunity for us to recognize and appreciate the value and importance of dogs in our lives. Give some extra love and attention to your pooches today!
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Over the years I’ve heard many reasons why dogs eat grass and I honestly believe it depends on the dog. Many say it's because they’re sick, others say it's because they’re lacking something in their diet, and yet others say it's simply because they like it. I agree with all of them.
From pet health to grooming needs to pet-specific audio, there's a smartphone app for just about anything you or your pet could want. Here is a rundown of our favorite pet-related smartphone apps...
Pet stress can be caused by many things that we as pet owners sometimes overlook, such as sights, smells, sounds and the effects of either inadequate or excessive stimulation. We tend to forget just how different our pets are from us.
Pet Etiquette in the Workplace - a How-To Guide for Pet Parents. Whether you spend your weekdays in a large corner office inside a high-rise building downtown, a retail store or an open studio setting like us, there are many perks to bringing your beloved pet to work.
Recently, I was given the opportunity to think about what would happen if a fire started in my home while I was away. More specifically, what would happen to my dog, Sadie? So I thought I would do a little research on the topic and share my findings and advice
At Ruff Haus Design we love working with pet oriented businesses, so we were very excited when we were hired to develop the brand identity and collateral for a new pet-centric service - Because You Love Them! (or BYLT!).
Here are some helpful facts and tips for preparing when your pet simply must travel by plane - A little-advanced planning pays off big for you and your pet.
I noticed recently our Beagle Sadie was looking a little rounder in the middle. No table scraps or excessive treats being dished out here, so how was it that she was starting to lose her girlish figure?
Even if you don't have a canine friend, the information below might come in handy when you find yourself in a dog-friendly house or office (like ours) - I was pretty surprised to learn about some of these items that are bad for dogs.
So the thing that got me, was it seemed Quigley learned to understand my tone or language when I'm on the phone with my husband, as well as that person-on-the-phone's name is Steve, and Steve is the guy who comes home. Amazing!
It's tempting to share juicy Thanksgiving Day table scraps with our dogs. But some foods can pose serious hazards for our loyal companions because their metabolism is different than ours.