Dog care takes time and effort for sure, but looking after your pooch should be fun too.
Whether your four-legged furball is a puppy, adolescent, adult or senior dog, all the tips, advice and information you need to keep him happy and healthy are right here.
My website is over-flowing with practical, straightforward puppy and dog care tips which will make caring for your dog easier and less stressful.
That lets you focus on enjoying the precious and unique relationship that only a dog and their person can share... it's one of the best feelings in the world!
So come on in, poke around, check out a few of the hundreds of info-packed pages on my site and find the answers you're looking for.
I'm so happy to have you here and hope you enjoy your visit.
Taking care of your dog is easier, and more fun, when you're fido-savvy :)
Puppies are irresistible, and those early months with your little furball are precious and magical.
But they pass surprisingly quickly.... and before you know it Fido will be all grown up.
Over the years (ahem, okay, decades) I've learned a few things about caring for puppies - sometimes the hard way - through experience and a lot of practice.
But I can help you skip that part of the learning curve!
Taking care of an adult dog isn't as labor-intensive as raising a puppy, but there are still a lot of hats you need to wear.
Nutritionist, health worker, trainer, groomer... are all important roles for you to play.
These articles can help you keep on top of it all.
The above articles are a great jumping off point for many of the most popular puppy care and dog care topics but there's tons more stuff you need (or want) to know.
Perhaps one, or more, of these catches your eye....
Want to know which dog treats are best for your pooch, what toys can stand up to your power-chewer or which grooming aids are worth buying?
The answers to these and a whole lot more dog care product questions are right here on my site.
I've done the research, reviewing, and in many cases testing, for you... all you need to do if pick what fits your dog and situation best.
Here are just a few dog and puppy products you may want to check out:
I hope that you find my site as useful and enjoyable as thousands of other visitors do every day.... I'm so happy you are here with me!
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