What’s the point of the season if not to dress up your pup in festive gear and take pictures? If you think your doggo should be decked for the rest of December, check out our picks for the best holiday wardrobe upgrades (and yes, Hanukkah canines, we’re looking out for you, too).
You’re no stranger to seeing your dog work for treats (will spin for a cookie!) But most pups aren’t technically employed 9 to 5—at least nothing like herding and hunting dogs used to be back in the day. Enter Working Like A Dog, a new book that gives pet parents a window into the world of modern
If you’re still struggling to find a gift for the pet parents on your list, we’ve got you covered. Whether you need a gift for the friend who recently adopted a pup or your niece who’s obsessed with Fluffy, one of the personalized presents on this list is sure to be a hit. (We won’t tell
When the temps drop, there’s nothing more cozy than a cup of tea in your hands and your pup by your side. But should Christina Wag-uilera have some sips, too? A few dog-friendly tea companies think so, claiming the brews they make provide health benefits like relieving bloat, motion sickness and even anxiety. We answer all of your questions
Does Riley need a fall sweater? Of course not. She doesn’t need a Halloween costume either, but not putting her in one would be total pet parent blasphemy. Here are 10 fall sweaters that will not only help your pup stay warm when temps start to cool off, but also stay on-trend. Because, let’s face it: the sidewalk’