Walks in the neighborhood, trips to the dog park and games of fetch are all excellent ways to give your dog the exercise she needs. Not only is exercise good for your dog’s health, it’s good for her behavior. As the saying goes, “A tired dog is a happy dog” – and a happy pet parent.
Even though leash laws are on the rise there are still some places where you can have your dog off leash.2014-08-29 20:16:21Team Gibi
Your pet can be your best friend and if they get lost it can feel like your world has collapse upon itself. “Up to 8 million animals end up in shelters every year. Unfortunately, only 15-20% of dogs and less than 2% of cats are ever reclaimed by their owners. If your pet gets lost it’s very important to find your pet quickly and to have proper identifying information on your pet if found by someone else.”—web MD.2014-08-29 20:04:52Team Gibi
Whether it’s a weekend at the beach, a trip across the country or a journey to another part of the world, preparation is the key to successfully traveling with your dog. Here is a checklist of four key things to make traveling with you pet fun and not fearful.2014-08-04 18:53:12Team Gibi
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Looking for fun things to do with your pal? Dogs can compete in more than a dozen sports, from dock jumping to agility to catching a Frisbee. Great for good health and behavior you can find a sport you can both love at HoundDogsRule.com. Here are our three picks for cool canine competitions and sports for you to check out!2014-08-04 00:26:47Team Gibi