Your dog has stopped eating their kibble. Maybe they are picky. Maybe their appetite has changed. Maybe they just no longer like it. Whatever the mysterious reason, you are frustrated because your poor pup needs to eat! If you can’t/don’t want to change their food, have you tried a food topper? I understand how difficult it can be, so I’ve created a list of the best dog food toppers for several situations.
While I understand that there are a handful of northern dog breeds who prefer cold weather, a majority of dogs will become chilly in cooler temperatures just as humans do. As pet parents it’s important that we keep our pets warm in the winter months, especially if they are small, senior or injured. For the sake of this blog post (and my dog mom parenting style since Wynston is a Chihuahua), we’ll say that a warm dog is a cozy dog. Therefore, here’s advice on how to keep your dog warm in the winter.
Christmas is most fun when you have a precious doggo to share it with. I love shopping for Wynston during the holiday season because it’s a great excuse to buy him lots of extra special goodies! Forget the holiday present ideas for humans – this one’s for the dogs. Presenting the 2018 holiday gift guide for dogs.
Visits to sit on Santa’s lap are no longer only for human children. It’s just as common to take your dog to see Santa now since large retailers like PetSmart and Petco offer the opportunity. )Small pet stores and events in your area may also offer photos with Santa). Although Wynston isn’t a fan of “the big man,” I know how fun it can be to get that precious photo of your pup with him. It’s always best to be prepared for that special moment, so for you I have helpful tips for taking your dog to see Santa Claus.
After making these delectable DIY christmas cookies for dogs, I feel like I should be on The Great British Baking Show or something. These are the best, prettiest homemade dog treats that I’ve ever made! It’s fitting because Christmas is my favorite holiday and season, so I wanted to create something festive and healthy. The first week in December is National Cookie Cutter Week, and I took the opportunity to use gingerbread and snowflake cookie cutters to make adorable dog treats. This particular recipe for DIY Christmas cookies for dogs is simple and easy – perfect for the hustle and bustle of the season. Enjoy!