We love all dogs—massive Bernese Mountain dogs, teeny Pomeranians, rescue pitties, purebred poodles—whether they’re newborn pups or gracefully aging adults. But there can be some reservations, particularly about rescuing senior dogs, so we were heartened to hear that a recent survey by the Grey Muzzle Organization found that there are more positive perceptions and increased adoption rates.
So much has changed since I went from being a dog mom to a human mom: after I got through the initial newborn boot camp and figured out how to make my five-year old Chocolate Lab, Gus, feel more comfortable around my son, Noah, there was a brief period of peace when they would happily sit side by side (perfect
We hear from humans almost every day about how our food has made their pups healthier and happier (and exponentially more excited about mealtime.) In this series, we'll share some of the stories that make us especially proud to fill dogs' bowls with wholesome goodness.
After months of taking their Mini Frenchie to endless veterinarians, specialists, and emergency pet hospitals,
Winter has come… and that means bundling up for both you and your pup. You’re dressed and ready to go out the door for a walk, but pouring sweat from doing battle with your pup over her coat and booties! Putting them on doesn’t have to be so stressful—follow these tips from our go-to trainer Rachel C.
Being an Ollie dog definitely has its perks: fresh, delicious meals delivered to your house is a major one for most pups. But we wanted to know, what does the rest of the day—other than mealtime—look like for these lucky canines? (Also, we just like looking at pictures of adorable dogs.) So we asked some of our biggest