The vast majority of responsible dog lovers want to care properly for their dog. This includes understanding how they are feeling, how they slept, where they went, or if something is wrong. Pet Tech in the form of Smart Collars allow us to do this 24/7, even remotely while at work, traveling etc.
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has meant Vets and pet lovers alike had to explore new ways to monitor and protect their pets. The result is newly popularized pet televet and telehealth services that offer easy and timely access to expert help. Check out our latest blogs for our top picks!
Your pup can easily secure the spot of best-dressed doggy. However, it is important to first and foremost ensure the comfort and safety of your dog. Don’t overdo it. A simple charm can make just as big of an impact as a full-on jacket. To set your pups up for success, pick a couple of cute accessories they love and let them proudly wear them.
Summer is here, and some areas or regions are experiencing extreme heatwaves. As loving pet owners, it is our duty to do everything in our power to make sure our dogs are happy and healthy, especially when facing the dangers of this relentless heat. Our selections outline the best ways for you and your pup to cool off this summer.
Recent advances in Pet Tech have combined to give us the ability to care for our pet's health and wellbeing, 24/7, home or away. Some of the Pet Tech offerings outlined below provide helpful solutions for monitoring and keeping in touch with our pets while we are at work. These can be a real aid in caring for your pet, and can also make great present ideas for the Pet Lover in your life!
Most good dog lovers know that keeping your pup physically - and mentally - stimulated is extremely important when it comes to their health, and to preventing behavioural problems. Interactive toys is one of the easiest and most fun ways to keep them engaged and entertained for hours on end. This article looks at our Top 9 picks for the best interactive dog toys on the market.
It’s no secret that Canada is home to some of the most stunning views and landscapes in North America; one of the most famous being Banff National Park. With 4M+ visitors a year, Banff is packed with chiseled mountains, gorgeous lakes, and endless hikes. Most of Banff is pet-friendly as long as you keep your furry friend leashed. Read this full destination guide to learn more...
As summer approaches so does the extreme heat that will undoubtedly accompany thousands of hikers this season. This can make it tough to travel with your pup but definitely not impossible. The key is to educate yourself on the dangers of hiking in the heat and to take appropriate action when needed. Read this guide to learn how to master the art of summer hiking.
More and more people want to take their dog with them on vacation rather than leaving their beloved family pet behind in boarding kennels or with a pet sitter. Taking a long road trip with your dog can be a stressful and tedious experience for both parties. How can you keep your dog entertained during a long-distance drive? Read this helpful guide to find out!
This year - more than ever - Americans are taking to the road in search of the great outdoors, and of a safe, socially distanced family vacation or staycation. More and more are doing this as a Road Trip, maybe taking in a National Park, and choosing to do so using a Campervan, RV or Motorhome, many for the first time.
Located in southeast New York State, between Albany and New York City, the Catskill Mountains offer a pet‑friendly oasis with luscious waterfalls, mountain views, and lots of tie dye to commemorate the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. The 98 peaks in the Catskill Mountains (highest peak is Slide Mountain) are known for a wide array of wildlife: bear, deer, bald eagles.
With travel restrictions beginning to lift, and Summer on the way, dog lovers are looking to hit the road, the beach and anywhere else where their furry travel companion is welcome. They can start here, by checking out our pick of dog-friendly beaches in California. Watch this space - we'll be adding more states shortly!
As summer approaches, and travel slowly begins to open up again, National Parks offer many beautiful sights and adventures for you and your four-legged friend. Most National Parks allow pets in developed areas; this means you can travel to the park with your pet as long as you’re aware of - and respect - each park’s limitations and restrictions.
Planning a summer camping trip? How far ahead should you book? Camping is a relatively pandemic & family- friendly activity. Lots of Americans will be hitting the road; given the pandemic, even more so than usual. Campgrounds are filling up fast (many site already fully booked for Memorial Day / July 4 holidays). Looking for a healthy outdoors vacation this year? You really need to be booking your spot now.
Thinking about going on a camping trip - with your dog? To help make your camping adventure with Fido a more enjoyable (and painless) experience (for both of you), make sure to check out our Top 10 Tips (and 13-point Checklist) for what you need to do or pack - before you hit the road!
The Pacific Northwest (PNW) is a geographic region in the north-western United States. The PNW has no official boundaries and states included can vary, but it’s common to include U.S. states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho, and the Canadian province of British Columbia. Boundaries can also extend into Northern California, Western Montana and parts of Wyoming.
Planning a self-catering staycation in Ireland with your dog? We've sniffed out 80 dog-friendly places to stay, covering every county, with something for every taste & budget! Choose from Glamping, eco-Camping, Self-Catering Lodges, Cottages, Cabins, Hostels, Castles, Touring Caravan, Campervan, Motorhome, Dog-Friendly Boating Holidays...
Cape Cod is a hook-shaped cape that stretches 65 miles out into the Atlantic Ocean in New England, in the northeastern United States. A portion of Cape Cod is considered the Cape Cod National Seashore which was formed on August 7, 1961 by President John F. Kennedy. The Cape Cod National Seashore accounts for 43,607 acres on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Increased numbers of people have adopted or bought new pets to help get them through pandemic lockdowns and restrictions, including many newly working from home. It’s really important to be aware that, as we begin the return to “normal” work routines, commuting etc., some dogs will suffer separation anxiety, which can include becoming extremely stressed and upset at their human’s absence.
Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument is a new national park, named after Maine’s tallest mountain (5,268 feet), and designated in 2016 by President Barack Obama, as the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument (KWWNM).
The park spans 87,563 acres (35,435 ha) of mountains and forestland in northern Penobscot County, Maine.