October 14, 2021
While Halloween is an exciting time for us humans, it can be a downright scary and stressful time for dogs. Constant noise and activity, strange people in strange costumes, doorbells ringing, doors opening and closing – all of this can be highly upsetting to many dogs. Here are some guidelines from DogWatch to help you keep your dog safe and sane on the scariest night of the year.
October 8, 2021
Calling all spooky pets and pet parents – The DogWatch 2021 Halloween Photo Contest is here! Starting today, share a photo of your dog in his or her costume in the comments on the post on our Facebook page or via Instagram using the hashtag #DogWatchHalloween. Cats and other pet photos are welcome too. Please also include your pet’s name and breed. On Halloween day, we’ll announce the winners!
September 30, 2021
Visiting a dog park can benefit your pup in many ways. It allows them to burn off energy, learn proper socialization skills, and work on their off-leash training commands. The dog park also allows you to learn from other owners and maybe meet a few new friends in the process!
There are, however, a few key things you need to do to prepare your pup for the dog park and some proper etiquette you need to follow.
September 23, 2021
With over 15 million registered hunters in the United States alone, hunting is one of the most popular recreational activities in the world. Hunting seasons in the United States don’t happen all at once, but they all run sometime from early fall through early spring. Each state and country has specific hunting regulations, so it’s best to do a quick search for dates to know when hunting will begin and end in your area.
While the sport can be rewarding for many, it means adding an extra layer of precaution for those who enjoy the woods year-round. Here’s how you can keep your pup safe when spending time in the woods during hunting season.