7 Superfood Snacks Your Pup Will Love

7 Superfood Snacks Your Pup Will Love


Superfoods aren’t just for humans. Many of darlings of the health food world (like blueberries and quinoa) are good for your pup, too. Packed with nutrients, they can do everything from boost your pup’s immune system to improve their digestion. Whip up one these seven DIY snacks starring superfoods like pumpkin, honey, chia seeds, and more.

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What to Do When Your Dog’s Deathly Afraid of the Groomer

What to Do When Your Dog’s Deathly Afraid of the Groomer


Lola is all happy tail wags until she recognizes what neighborhood you’re in: Dog Grooming Town—and she will do anything to get out of dodge. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. Pup groomer phobia is incredibly common, and can be difficult for us humans to deal with. We reached out to Scott Sheaffer, expert dog behavior

The 5 Best Dog Breeds for Introverts

The 5 Best Dog Breeds for Introverts


Not a huge fan of hanging out with other humans? We get it. We're dog people too! But certain pups are better suited to people who like to keep to themselves—and are pretty much born to be your low-maintenance, (relatively) quiet canine companion. So if an endearingly droopy bloodhound who howls all day long or a chipper border collie

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies


Happy Friday, humans! After a long (not-so-warm) week, it's time to sit back, relax and check out this week’s more pup-spiring stories on the Internet.

Find out why Reef really belongs on Baywatch.

Reef the lifeguard
ABC News

Turns out pups love Disney just as much as we do.

Dogs in Disney
Pop Sugar

Meet Madame Eyebrows.

Madame Eyebrows the pup
Bored Panda

Won't you be my neighbor

How to Calm a Pup with Serious Separation Anxiety

How to Calm a Pup with Serious Separation Anxiety


When I adopted my Cocker Spaniel three years ago, her separation anxiety was so bad that she would cry the entire time when I left the house. I know this because I’d stand outside, listening to her wail until I couldn’t take it any longer—and then I’d rush back in, and tearfully promise her that I’