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As your pup gets older, his tastes become more and more refined (left shoes just aren’t his thing anymore). Remind your ol’ fren he’s still got it with some new toys, treats, and more—chosen especially for the gray-muzzled among us. We rounded up the best gifts for senior dogs sure to be perfect for your best friend. 1. This dental rope dog toy for senior dogs who aren’t ready to retire from the tug circuit. Playology’s Silver series is made just for seniors who don’t know they’re supposed to be slowing down. Scented throughout for engaging play, these rope toys are durable yet soft for older moufs. Get it on Amazon starting at $14.99. 2. These dental treats made especially for older teeth. Getting older doesn’t mean your dog has to give up his favorite dental bone. These soft, easy-to-chew dental treats are packed with powerful ingredients to support joint…Read More
When we saw handsome deaf boxer Ghost with Canine Castaways Rescue in Fountaintown IN, we were reminded of our own boxers Bud, Axl Blu and our Nitro so we knew we had to help him. We sponsored Ghost’s vetting through Nitro’s Fund to make sure he gets the vetting he needs before he goes to his new home. Thanks to Canine Castaways Rescue for saving him, being his advocate and making sure he finds a loving forever home. If you want to donate to help another deaf boxer like our Nitro or Ghost here, please click here to learn more. https://deafdogsrock.com/nitros-fund-helps-deaf-boxer-ghost?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=nitros-fund-helps-deaf-boxer-ghostRead More
Falling water from the sky! But it’s not rain? A lake to swim in! With a loud scary splashy thing in it? That’s us imagining what your dogs think when they see a waterfall. Who really knows, but what we DO know is it’s our favorite way to end a hike. It’s so much easier to keep putting one paw in front of the other when you know the payoff is an epic, majestic waterfall, don’t you agree? Here are five of our fave waterfalls near Seattle. For those of you with Basset Hound vs Terrier energy (we see you, we are you) we even included a couple with no hiking involved. 1. Waterfall Garden Park Address: 219 2nd Ave. S. Seattle, WA 98104 Hours: Sunday & Saturday, 8 a.m.-3:45 p.m. No need to leave the city center for this waterfall! One of Seattle’s best kept secrets, Waterfall Park in…Read More
Cabbage is not yet ready for adoption. We are still evaluating her personality and addressing her medical needs. An email notification will be sent when she becomes ready for adoption. If you wish to receive the notification, please sign up for our mailing list at the top of the front page of our website. Adoption fees are set at the time a dog goes available and applications can only be submitted at that time. Please follow our website and social media pages for updates on Cabbage! Please welcome Cabbage to the FBV fosters! She is one of three Frenchies who came to us from another rescue. Cabbage is as sweet as pie and is approximately 3-4 years old. She came about her name because her ear tips look like shredded cabbage and she currently has a bit of an odor….like cooked cabbage does. She is on a very slow intro…Read More
Dogs do their best to assist people in most unusual and even dangerous situations. Dogs and humans spend centuries standing side by side and overcoming various fears, difficulties, and most unusual tasks. From day one, dogs were bred to help people, to make their everyday working duties easier. Humans affected dogs so much that their brains changed over time and evolved into animals that we know and love today. Dogs were bred for various tasks – for hunting, to serve as guardians, or to retrieve birds from water, which is why some dogs are so great swimmers – you name it, dogs were there, one basic command away to do their best and get that praise. Some breeds are better at running than others, while some are excellent in cart pulling, and some are great at being silent and reacting only when needed. On top of that, some dogs really…Read More
The GBGV personality is not like that of a regular dog. Hounds are bred to work on their own, and they don’t really need a human to survive. Dogs like shepherds, labs, and others are bred to work along side humans and they feel they need the human in their lives. We hounds do love […] The post The GBGV Personality Is Not Like A Regular Dog appeared first on My GBGV Life. https://mygbgvlife.com/2021/04/16/gbgv-personality/Read More
I know you want the best chews for Pomeranians, that is why you got this article. Every dog needs a chew, but getting the bet is our responsibility. As a The post Best Chews for Pomeranians appeared first on Dog Prof. https://360dogprof.com/best-chews-for-pomeranians/Read More
This post was brought to you in partnership with our pals at NutriSource. They’ve been producing healthy pet foods sourced with care since 1964, so you know it’s good. If you plan to exercise with your dog, check out NutriSource’s new protein-packed Element Series dog food, available at independent pet stores. Dogs make us healthier, and we ruv ‘em for it. In fact, a pup’s humans are four times more likely to meet current physical activity recommendations than a sad dogless person. The majority of this activity comes from walking. And not to knock walks or anything, but with all the best relationships, sometimes it’s good to spice things up. If you and floof are lookin’ to get your wiggles out, check out these effective ways to exercise with your dog. 1. Doga Doga, or dog yoga, helps soothe you and your woof while strengthening your bond. With poses like…Read More
When it comes to improving our health, supplements are a common point of call. I mean, there is a plethora … Read more The post How to Choose the Best Supplement for Your Dog appeared first on Petdogplanet – Pet Health & Nutrition Information. https://www.petdogplanet.com/how-to-choose-the-best-supplement-for-your-dog/Read More
The supply of rescue animals fell Demand for new pets certainly seemed to spike when the COVID-19 pandemic reached the United States in early 2020 and forced many Americans to spend more time isolated. But adoptions from animal shelters and rescues actually fell 17% to approximately 1.6 million in 2020 from over 1.9 million in 2019, according to Shelter Animal Counts, a nonprofit that tracks data regarding animals that spend time in shelters. Tags: news https://thebark.com/content/americans-adopted-fewer-pets-shelters-2020Read More
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