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Keeping Your Dog Safe From Coronavirus

Coronavirus, more specifically COVID-19, took just over a month to spread all over the world. The World Health Organization declared that it is now a global pandemic. While there are all sorts of guides out there that can help you protect yourself and minimize the risk of getting infected, there is very little known information […]

10 Ways to Spend Valentine’s Day with Your Dog

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, a lot of us already know how we’re going to show our furry little friends how much we love and appreciate them. Dogs shower us with unconditional love, so it’s only fair we make Valentine’s Day all about them. If you have a dog Valentine and you’re not […]

How to Exercise Your Dog in the Winter

Once the temperature drops and the snow starts to paint everything white, dog owners usually start panicking. The days are very short, and the weather doesn’t support outside walks. Even when the temperature hits below zero, your dog still needs regular physical exercise. But is there a way to keep your dog healthy and happy […]

How to Train Your Dog to Walk Next to You

Try putting yourself in your dog’s shoes – with all the intriguing distractions left and right, who could resist the temptation of stopping to sniff or tugging a leash to get there fast? The absence of basic leash manners can be prescribed to curiosity as a natural behavior in dogs. The problem is, this kind […]

5 Dog-Friendly Summer Spots in Chicago

There are plenty of rules and regulations to abide by if you’re a dog owner in Chicagoland. But as long as you look out for the regulations that apply when you decide to take your dog for a walk, you’re sure not to run into any problems. If you live on a busy schedule and […]

Finding a Reliable Dog Walker

Regardless of how big of a backyard you have, for your dog to stay healthy and happy, they need regular exercise and daily walks. With busy work schedules and daily responsibilities, most of us cannot meet this need on a daily basis, unfortunately. That’s why most of us turn to professional dog walkers. They make […]

5 Tips for Spring Dog Walking

Spring is officially here, but winter didn’t get the memo yet. As a result, you can still be surprised by a sudden rainfall or get ankle-deep in mud. The temperatures in Chicago can drop without any warning throughout March and April, and rain can come at any moment so don’t get excited too soon. This […]

What Does It Mean If My Dog Sheds Excessively?

Unless your faithful sidekick is an American Hairless Terrier, then you’re very familiar with a little side effect of owning a dog known as “Pet Hair Everywhere”. Vets call this normal phenomenon shedding and warn that it is not to be confused with abnormal fur loss caused by an underlying issue. So, how can you […]

The 2018 Guide to Dog Walking in the Winter

The winter months will be here before you know it. And that means that dog walks are going to get a bit more challenging for both you and your dog but that doesn’t mean they need to be less fun! We love our dogs, but let’s face it, sometimes we get lazy, and taking our […]

How to Deal with a Shy Dog

A lot of dogs are friendly, and they love to be close to people. Some dogs just aren’t as open to meeting new people. Every dog is different. Some dogs are full of excitement and always want to cuddle up. Others tend to be more on the introverted and shy side. A reason for a […]

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