Prevent Your Dog’s Spring Allergies

Stuffy Nose? We Can Relate. Anyone with allergies understands how tiresome, stressful, and downright annoying allergies can get. But after a long winter, it can be hard to stay cooped up indoors when the sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the urge to get out and do something takes control. Most humans take…

Spring Cleaning Tips For Dog Owners

Spring has sprung! Spring is arguably the most wonderful time of year because it brings increased daylight, a more moderate climate, birds, and bees, and flowers…oh my! After being cooped indoors all winter, it’s always a good idea to take advantage of this refreshing change of pace to crack open the windows and tackle your spring…

Improve Your Dog’s Immune System 101: Diet

In “Improve Your Dog’s Immune System 101: Exercise” we discussed how making small changes to your pet’s daily routine and encouraging your pet to be active can actually boost their immune system. Exercise, when combined with proper nutrition, improves their overall health and well-being, reducing their risk of contracting not only the canine flu but…

Dog Approved Snowy Day Activities

Who doesn’t love a Snow Day? Buffalo is known for snow. The same way you don’t want to leave the warmth of your house to brave frigid temperatures, neither does your pet! If you haven’t had the chance, freshen up your knowledge of dogs and winter with some of our past articles: Improve Your Dog’s…

Improve Your Dog’s Immune System 101: Exercise

The holidays are a holly, jolly time but we’re smack dab in the middle of cold and flu season. The same way you eat chicken noodle soup, drink orange juice, or take vitamins to boost your immune system, there are natural ways to improve the immune system of your favorite four-legged friends. Thanks to our…

Crazy Cute Dog Costumes

Dog Costumes: If You’ve Got It, Haunt It! Last year we warned you about the dangers surrounding your pets during Halloween and gave a number of safety tips including: Keep the trick-or-treat bowl away. Comfort your pet between visitors and put them in another room, away from the front door. (Not all dogs love the doorbell.)…

Films For You and Your Four-Legged Friends

You already know that the best friends are ones with paws –– which is why making memories with your dog will last a lifetime! Just like you should take time to pamper yourself and splurge on your favorite things, it’s important to splurge on your dog and treat them to their favorite things: a good…

Dog-Approved Rainy Day Activities

All Buffalonians know how truly unpredictable the weather can be. The morning could be sunny, tempting you to plan a long walk with your best friend. However, before you know it, the weather turns and a massive rainstorm ruins your plans. Now all you want to do is lay down and watch Netflix, but your…

Puppies and Teething

Similar to humans, puppies are born without teeth and go through the process of teething. From birth to six months, a puppy’s teeth go through a lot of changes. From early and temporary teeth, to sore gums, to the growth of 28 baby teeth, teething is not a comfortable process. Your puppy may target all…

Best Dogs For Kids

So it’s time to add a new addition to the family. Your kids really want a dog and you think it is finally time. But what kind of dog should you get? In theory, almost any dog has the potential to get along with children. Should you just let them choose what kind they want?…