December 9, 2015
So you’ve tackled the all important pet gifts thanks to Part One of our annual Holiday Gift Guide. Now you need to find the perfect gifts for your two-legged friends. Never fear, DogWatch is here!
In Part Two of our 2015 Holiday Gift Guide, we’ve tracked down 10 eye-catching, adorable, useful and irresistible presents sure to delight the dog-crazy people in your life. Check ’em out below, and maybe pick up a few things for yourself while you’re at it!
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December 4, 2015
It’s that time of year again! The DogWatch Annual Holiday Gift Guide is back, and ready to make the pets in your life (and people who love them) jump for joy. Part One of our guide is a list of 10 creative, fun and fabulous gift ideas for your pet. Forget naughty and nice, they all deserve a special treat, don’t they?
November 19, 2015
It’s almost Thanksgiving, and folks around the country are preparing for their annual feast to be shared with family and loved ones. Of course, your dog is included among your loved ones. Should he be included in the meal as well?
In fact, there are a number of Thanksgiving foods that you can safely share with your furry family member. DogTails has compiled a list of good and bad Thanksgiving foods for dogs, to help you put together that special bowl for your pup.
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July 2, 2015
It’s almost Independence Day in the USA, and folks around the country are preparing for their annual cookouts, picnics and BBQs to be shared with family and friends. Outdoor feasts are a summer staple, and a dog’s dream. “So much yummy food,” says Fido, “and all within reach in my backyard!”
Luckily, there are a number of Fourth of July foods that you can share with your furry family member. DogTails has compiled a dog-friendly BBQ menu to help you put together that special summer bowl just for your pup. These tips will also help you keep an eye out for dangerous foods that dogs should NOT eat on the Fourth (or any other day). As always, pay attention to ingredients, keep servings of the “good” people food small, and don’t leave the food or trash unattended – these are some of the steps to making this a safe and healthy holiday for your dog!