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11 Ways to Help Man’s Best Friend During Allergy Season

As the weather warms up, many dog parents may find themselves contending with watery eyes, a congested nose and itchy skin: classic signs of seasonal allergies. But what you might not know is that dogs can suffer from both seasonal and food allergies, just like humans can. Allergies are a chronic disease that occurs when the body’s immune system—whether human or canine—sees a common substance as harmful and overreacts to it. Main categories of allergens (or the substances that trigger the allergic reaction) include food, pollen, medicine, insect bites and stings and both biological and synthetic materials (such as latex [...]

Top 5 cutest mixed breed dogs

Most people prefer purebreds, and sure, these dogs have their charms. But, do you know what happens when you mix two breeds of dog together? A mutt, yes! A beautiful, cute mutt that will melt your heart away. They might not be as “luxurious” (if you think about dogs this way) as purebred dogs, but mixed-breed ones get the best of both, which make them some of the loveliest house pets there is out there. Don’t believe me? Look at our selection of the top 5 cutest mixed breed dogs and tell us if you still don’t think they’re the [...]

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10 Tips to recover your dog from joint pain

It is unfortunate to see your dog in pain. Isn’t it? Even though you take care of the dog carefully, arthritis and joint pain can strike at any moment. Nowadays, 1 in 5 dogs has arthritis where the deterioration of ligaments and cartilage between bones occur. Arthritis can affect your young pups too. So, it is important to notice your dog every time especially if it has stopped running around and jumping onto the heights like they used to. It can be a warning sign of joint pain. When it comes to relieving the pain, a “big gun” pharmaceutical will [...]

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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 [...]

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 [...]

10 costumes for your dog to make your co-workers jealous

Halloween is right around the corner. All of your friends are starting to shop, or they finished shopping weeks ago. We have put together a list of 10 costumes that will make your co-workers jealous when they give your photo a 💗 on Instagram. If you love scary clowns, horror movies, or pop culture, this can be an instant hit.  We had to go into the internet archives for this one. Nyan Cat was famous before anybody knew about the Kardashians, Donald Trump was a reality tv host, and internet was still a fad. Bring back this classic to impress even your most [...]

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) [...]

My Dog’s Diary

Have you ever just looked at your dog and thought “you’re an absolute nutter”?! I do every single day! I know our friends at The Classic Dog Blog do as well. Like many dogs, mine finds everything in the world so EXCITING! Every activity, whether it’s waking up or going for walks’ is their FAVORITE thing to do! It’s like your dog is constantly ready to party at all times without even knowing the consequences! You just have to say any word in a high-pitched voice, and they are there, ready to go, bouncing off the walls! Your dog is that [...]

A Women’s Way of Parenting A Dog

Have you ever been told you’re not “Alpha” or dominant enough? Are you facing challenges with parenting you dog? You don’t need to change to parent a great dog, there is another way. We’ve heard variations of this from many women over the years. Whether your dog pulls on the leash, plays inappropriately with you or other dogs, jumps up on the kitchen countertops or is showing displays of growling, snapping or biting. All these problems are related to your dog being dominant or your failure to be Alpha. We want EVERY woman to know, you DON’T have to be Alpha [...]