How To Be An Eco-Friendly Pet Parent

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Katie GambrellCauses, Featured Post, Health, Humans, LifeLeave a Comment

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Earth Day is observed each year on April 22nd to promote environmental consciousness and encourage the conservation of our planet. Currently, Earth Day is observed in more than 190 countries annually. Ps: Our pack hopes you ruv the treats and products we recommend! Just so you know, BYOD may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on … Read More

Easter Baskets: Potentially Deadly Hazard for Pets

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Michelle TrejoFood, Health, Life, Shopping, TreatsLeave a Comment

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Besides Valentine’s Day, veterinarians warn pet owners that Easter weekend is one of the deadliest times of the year. As chocolate toxicity cases continue to rise, experts are noticing many pet owners remain unaware of the other potential hazards the Easter Bunny brings. This year, make sure your holiday fun is pet-safe by being mindful of the following Easter hazards: … Read More

The Healthiest Easter Candy for Your Dog

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Michelle TrejoFood, Health, Life, Shopping, TreatsLeave a Comment

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Kids aren’t the only ones who enjoy finding Easter candy around the yard. Every-bunny loves a challenging “treat hunt”–even the laziest pups! Knowing this, keeping your pup happy and healthy during the holiday season is important. In honor of the month, we’ve sniffed out the healthiest dog-friendly candy (aka, raw dog treats) for your pup. Ps: Our pack hopes you … Read More

The Yellow Dog Project: A Global Movement to Give Your Dog Space

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Katie GambrellCauses, Community Projects, Featured Post, Humans, LifeLeave a Comment

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Numerous dog owners have begun using yellow ribbons, leashes, bandanas and other attire to signify that their dogs require more space while in public. The color yellow was chosen as a preventative measure, so others do not intrude into their dog’s space. The Yellow Dog Project is meant to raise awareness and to educate, rather than stigmatize dogs who wear … Read More

8 Interactive Dog Toys to Stimulate Your Pup’s Mind

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Katie GambrellBehavior, Featured Post, Shopping, Toys, TreatsLeave a Comment

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Just like humans, dogs are social creatures. Unfortunately, due to the high demands of work and social commitments, many of us are finding it harder to spend quality time with our pups. Whether you are headed out the door for work, school, or some other obligation, there are some pawsome ways to relieve your pup’s boredom. Here are eight interactive … Read More

Introducing A Dog Into Your Relationship

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With Valentine’s Day recently ending, you and your significant other may be thinking of taking things to the next level: getting a dog together. However, like every relationship milestone, you may want to take a couple steps back and reflect. Here are a few considerations that can determine if your relationship is ready for a furiend. When you have a … Read More

7 Pupular Valentine’s Gifts

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Cupid’s day is here, and you need to find the perfect gift for the love of your life: your pup! Never fear, BYOD is here. Here are the top gifts our team is pawsitively pawstruck in love with. The worst part of the day is leaving your dog at home, and it’s not ideal for them either. With the interactive … Read More