Posts Tagged: dog behavior

Am I Saving an Animal if I Buy From a Pet Store?

We’ve all heard the saying, “adopt don’t shop” but what does it really mean? For some of us, we understand that rescuing a pet from a shelter is a definite way to save a life. However, some argue that by buying a companion animal from a crowded and cramped cell of a pet store is…

The Social Butterfly: Why it’s Important to Socialize your Pet

It’s always hard to see your cute and, once-innocent, fur ball turn into a growly, hissy monster in front of strangers and their pets. We want our pets to bring their best paw forward. However, without proper socialization skills, our sweethearts may not remain so sweet once out in unfamiliar territory. Below, we discuss the…

4 Tips for Separation Anxiety

Does your pooch bark or howl every time you’re out of the house? Does he get into trouble by destroying furniture, walls, shoes, etc? Does he try to escape his crate, or try to flee the house when you’re gone? Does he pace in a steady pattern? These could all be symptoms that signify your…

The Top 9 Benefits of CBD Oil for Your Pet

Throughout the years, many of us pet owners have heard about the CBD phenomenon. There are currently so many stories about how administering CBD can help dog’s arthritis, heart problems, and may have some calming effects for anxious pups. With the gossip of CBD’s benefits, one question keeps coming to mind: Is CBD safe for…

January Pet of the Month: Dean!!

Hiya folks! The name’s Dean! My mom says I’m such a hunk, I remind her of Dean Winchester from “Supernatural”! Yeah, I see the resemblance too, which is why I was named after him! In fact, my mom rescued me on August 2nd, 2017 from the Downey Shelter by Karma Rescue! My mama knew that I would…

December Pet of the Month: OSCAR!!

RRRUFF! I’m Oscar and I’m a little boy with a WILD soul. Don’t let my size fool you, I’m pretty “menace-like” and know how to start a proper tussle! Yeah, I’m pretty recognizable on the streets, meaning everyone can definitely hear me. I like to use my great, big voice to tell strangers to stay…