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3 Grooming Tips For Your Dog in 2018

Home grooming seems to be a trend that is growing in popularity. There are a number of reasons for this, not only does grooming your pet yourself save you money but it is also a great way to spend some quality time with your dog. This is particularly important for those of us with busy lifestyles which can often mean leaving our dogs at home for long periods at a time. Not only should you look to ease this separation while you’re away but it also means you should value the time you do have with your pet even more [...]

7 Reasons Your Dog Has Destructive Behavior

Written by Samantha Randall – Editor-in-Chief at Top Dog Tips The main reason why dogs are rehomed or end up in shelters is due to destructive behavior. It’s no surprise that owners can become very frustrated when their dogs start chewing furniture, destroying belongings, barking incessantly, and engaging in other destructive behaviors. But this behavior is rooted in causes that can be easy to fix if you dig a little deeper. Here are the most common reasons for destructive behavior in dogs and what to do about them: Separation Anxiety Dogs with separation anxiety may start acting out or acting destructively as soon [...]

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5 Easy Ways to Bond With Your New Pet.

Wish to Help Your Family Bond With Your New Pet? Here Are 5 Ways Your dog is more than an animal. It is your gateway to unconditional love and affection. For your dog to feel the same, it is essential for your dog to be given an opportunity to bond with the family. If you have kids at home (here’s a list of family-friendly dog breeds), try including with our pet so that they learn to share your time and affection. 1.     A Weekend Getaway If you are carrying your dog along with you then the best place would be near the beach or the [...]

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Creative and Cozy Dog Beds that You can Craft Yourself

Your dog shows you so much love and is always there for you. Each one of us dog owners wants to return the favor, so we shower them with treats and toys. Take it a step further by building your furry friend a cozy home, with your own two hands. Whether you make it from scratch or repurpose an old item, you can customize a DIY dog bed to fit your pup’s personality! There are tons of ideas out there; here are a few popular ideas that almost anyone can do!

Intruder Caught on PetChatz

Every day, we hear about 100’s of stories of how PetChatz improves people lives. We hear about Military members calling their dogs from across the world, college kids calling their puppy in-between classes, parents calling their fur-babies while on vacation and working dog moms and dog dads calling on lunch breaks. Today we heard a story that took our breath away. We can all agree that your home is a special place. A place where you feel safe. All of your belongings and loved ones are located within those four walls.  Deanna, a PetChatz Pack Member, had an intruder violate this [...]

What Happens when Dogs Get Lonely

Dogs are social animals, and they’re not meant to spend their days alone. They evolved in packs, and just like people, they need environmental stimulation. Of course, you’d love to play with your pet all day, but you have to work. Don’t feel bad–there are plenty of solutions! Read on to learn about the effects of loneliness on a dog’s physical health and emotional well-being, and what you can do about it. Whether your pet acts out or suffers in silence, there are signs to look for and steps you can take to solve the problem. Impaired Development Puppies and adolescent [...]

Health Issues Associated With Lonely Dogs

When you decide to have a pet dog, you take on a huge responsibility. You have the responsibility for a new life, and you must take care of them since they cannot take care of themselves. Most people tend to forget the fact that dogs are living beings, too, and they can have the same problems that human beings do; but they cannot be verbal about it. Just like human beings have mental health issues, dogs may develop them, as well. These problems mostly arise when dogs have been left home alone all day at home. Since most people are [...]

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Petcube Bites vs. PetChatz HD: Which Is Right for You? – The PetChatz Response

The PetChatz Response to the Heavy.com review: Petcube Bites vs. PetChatz HD: Which Is Right for You? Recently, Heavy.com made a comparison between Petcubes Bites and PetChaz HD. Although we respect the author and Heavy.com, we want to take some time to give the full picture to the pet parents who are making this important decision for their fur-family member on what dog treat camera to invest in. The link to the full article is below. 1. Look and Feel Heavy.com review “PetChatz looks exactly like what it is: something made for pets.”   In the design and creation of PetChatz, we went [...]

Back To School In Style with Camp PetChatz

Stay Connected – Even with “Back to School” Looming Apparently, it is time to start thinking about returning to our non-summer routine.  Can it really be time to prepare for kids heading back to class?  Back to School represents one of the biggest changes in people’s lives. Routines change, lives change, the number of people in your pack changes and the lives of your pets will also change.  With shorter than human memories, the changes can be tough to handle – their world has been filled with all of their pack mates (mom, dad, human siblings in addition to their four-leg siblings) [...]

PetChatz and DOGTV support Tufts University study to measure the stress of dogs in shelters.

PetChatz and DOGTV are collaborating with the Center for Shelter Dogs at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University on a 12-month study of dogs in two New England animal shelters to determine if the presence of dog-oriented video can improve the welfare and quality of life of these dogs.