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How to include your dog in your wedding

How to include your dog in your wedding

Your wedding is one of the most important events in your life – so it makes sense that everyone you love should be invited…

Including your furry friend! After all, they’ve probably seen you at your best and worst moments.

So why would they miss the party!

toxic food for dogs

10 holiday foods that are toxic for dogs

We all know how tempting it is to share your favorite holiday foods with your furry best friend…

They’re a part of the family – so why shouldn’t they take part in the festivities as well?!

However, not all foods are necessarily healthy for your dog and may even be toxic.

We’ve compiled a list of 10 holiday foods to avoid giving your dog so that you can prevent any unfortunate incidents this holiday season:

Dog Jumping

How to keep your dog active in the winter season

Like humans, dogs tend to be more prone to relaxing indoors and less activity as it gets colder outside. It’s also absolutely common for their owners to run out of ideas to keep them entertained after the first few days staying inside the house.

What to do with my dog when I go back to work

Tips for choosing the right dog boarding facility for your dog

Have you suffered from feelings of ‘pet parent guilt when you’re away enjoying a well-deserved, annual vacation? Pet parent guilt is commonly described as a feeling of sadness or pain around leaving your dog for various reasons – like going to spend a vacation with your friends, family or partner – and it usually results in less time being enjoyed and more time worrying about the wellbeing of your pup in your absence.

But what if you could enjoy your vacation time more, knowing that your pet was also getting a little ‘vacation’ too? Sounds a little too good to be true?