Our reader noticed her dog takes his food out of his bowl and eats it on the living room rug. What’s the deal? Why is her pup having meals on-the-go and getting crumbs all over the house? Dear Labby has some advice.
One of our main concerns as pet parents is keeping our furry family members happy. However, it’s not always obvious what pleases our pooches. Luckily, we’ve got some tips to keep your dog happy that might help.
With the warmer weather upon us, it is a good time to think about how you’ll make the most of the coming summer months when you can enjoy the outdoors. While you’re at it, why not get your dog involved in the fun?
Summer means barbecues, pool parties, and fun times outdoors are on the way. And of course, we want to include our dogs on as many of those activities as possible. DogTime asked veterinarian Dr. Kurt Venator, DVM, PhD from Purina about how to keep dogs safe in summer.
Cody the Labrador loves summer because it means he’ll get to spend time in the pool. But sometimes you just need a break from all that doggy paddling. And as Cody finds out, standing is a lot easier than swimming! Watch the funny video!
Tornadoes are one of the most destructive storms that households have to manage. It is not surprising that pets find this type of storm particularly stressful to experience. Here are a few things you should know about creating a tornado preparedness plan that includes your dog.
Father’s Day is June 20th in 2021, and we want to say happy Father’s Day to all the dog dads out there. Every dog dad deserves to be treated like a celebrity for a day. Do something special for the doggy daddy in your life and celebrate with these 20 celebrity dog dads for Father’s Day!
Father’s Day is June 20th in 2021, and we at DogTime want to send out a special “Happy Father’s Day” to all the dog dads out there! We love our proud pooch papas and all they do for their dogs all year long. So on this special day, join us in honoring the guys who take good care of their pups.
From fitting into tight spaces to jumping up for a greeting, big dogs have no concept of size, and we love them for it. To them, they’re just another lapdog. Does your big pup act like a lapdog, too?
Adopting a dog is like choosing a brand new family member. It’s not a decision to be taken lightly, and when there are kids involved, the decision is even more important. Here are a few things you should look for, along with ten naturally kid-friendly dog breeds.
Leaving your pet home alone every day can be challenging for both of you. However, having a dog room ensures that your pet is safe, entertained, and comfortable. Your canine friend is not picky, so you can use a crate or a small room in the house.
One of our readers agreed to a doggy play date but doesn’t know what to expect. Is she supposed to come up with games for them to play? Should she make doggy snacks? Should she have drinks ready to entertain a fellow dog mom? Dear Labby has advice!
May is Chip Your Pet Month, and it’s a perfect time to spread knowledge about microchips for dogs. If your dog does get lost, their chances of coming back to you jump up dramatically if they have a microchip. Here’s what you should know.
Movies are just better with dogs, and they should be honored. So, before another year passes, let’s celebrate those canines who’ve captured our hearts on the silver screen. Here are five new Academy Awards for canines, and the dogs who deserve to win those Oscars!
One of our readers wonders if it would be so bad to let her dog have just one litter of puppies, so long as she can find homes for all of them. Dear Labby has some advice for this dog parent.
It’s Easter season again, and every good dog deserves a visit from the Easter Bunny and a basket full of presents! There are plenty of treats, toys, apparel items, and supplies that are perfect for the holiday and will have your dog hopping for joy.
Now that spring is here and April is bringing its showers, your pup could probably use some fun indoor activities to fight the boredom. Fortunately, there a few things you can do inside — or even outside — on a rainy day that may keep your dog mentally and physically in shape!
One of our readers has a pair of pooches who sometimes fight. Dear Labby has some advice to curb infighting between dogs, prevent a fight from breaking out at all, and stop a fight that’s already started.
If you know what garden chemicals to use with caution and what to steer clear of entirely, you can spare your dog, and yourself, from a frightening ordeal. Here are a few tips for dog-safe gardening and lawn care.
It’s the time of year to start spring cleaning, and dog parents in particular know how difficult that can be. Spring cleaning is a chance to do things right, get organized, and form good habits for the rest of the seasons.
One downside of dog parenting is the damage your pup’s urine can do to your backyard. Dead, brown spots polka-dotting your outdoor living space are unsightly. But what are the right solutions for this common canine conundrum? Try some of these proven strategies.