Independence Day is a few days away, so that means BBQs, lawn chairs, and a few cold ones.
It also means fireworks and this is where the festivities tend to take a negative turn for a lot of our four-legged friends.
Happy Summer Solstice!
That’s right, today 21 June, 2019 is the summer solstice - the first official day of summer!
And as we enjoy all things summer, today is one of those days where we’re not short of “national holidays” to celebrate. From National Peaches ‘N’ Cream Day (yum) to International Yoga Day…
But our favorite would have to be National Take Your Dog To Work Day!
For many of us, spring through fall is peak hiking/camping season. Unfortunately, it’s also snake season, which means we have to coexist on the trails with these danger noodles.
Joking aside, this is a serious matter and one that everyone should be aware of.
Limitations are a given in such a small company, but that doesn’t stop us from contributing what we can, when we can.
Which is exactly why we created the Perfectly Imperfect Program (or PIP for short), a donation program for shelters and rescue organizations around the country.
Spring is in the air, which probably means you’re spending more time outside with your best friend and we don’t blame you.
If you’re looking for something new to try with your pup this spring, you’ve come to the right place! We’re going to share with you 5 canine sports that you and your dog should try and we’ve even got a way for you to try one of them for free.
Yesterday marked the first official day of Daylight Savings Time, so now the big question is: what are you going to do with your extra hour of daylight every day?
Many of us find solace on the trail. Peace, solitude… a quiet place to de-stress and spend quality time with ourselves, friends and pets.
It goes without saying that people have mixed feelings about their encounters with fellow hikers accompanied by dogs. As hikers, we’re responsible for our actions and when we hike with our dogs, we’re also responsible for theirs.
That’s the average of people who actually achieve their New Year’s resolutions. It’s a staggering statistic and one that ironically, is usually used to try and motivate you to become part of that coveted percentage.