How to Cut Your Dogs Nails At Home 0You need to trim your dog's nails regularly. If the nails are not trimmed, then they can break. They can also get caught on the carpet. Additionally, long nails can make it harder for your dog to walk. Here are a few tips on how to help keep your dog’s toenails trimmed and smooth.
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8 Fun Facts about Man's Best Friend 0Here are 8 fun facts about man’s best friend and what things you can expect when you open your heart to them.
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Ten Dog-Friendly Vacation Spots to Check Out This Summer 0
Have you been making plans for a vacation? Are you hoping to find a pet-friendly vacation spot? Your friends at Doggie Diva know how much we all love our dogs and do not want to leave them behind. After all, they are part of the family too. That is why we have compiled a list of ten beautiful vacation spots that will be perfect for your whole family, including the family dog.
- Fort Myers, Florida, has many beautiful resorts that are pet-friendly. What a lovely place to spend your vacation. Your dog will enjoy walking on the beach with you. This is a nice place for your family to relax and enjoy being together.
- San Diego, California, has an impressive variety of pet-friendly hotels. There are many activities to do, such as hiking through the trails in East County or walking along a dog-friendly beach. This would be a great getaway choice.
- Colorado Springs, Colorado, has plenty of fun waiting for a family that includes a furry member. There are even pet-friendly shops to browse through. There are gondola rides where pets are permitted. A peaceful ride down a calm stream would be rejuvenating.
- Lake Placid, New York, has an array of pet-friendly rentals. It might be hard to choose from a waterfront getaway or a wooded retreat.
- Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, has become a place where pets are so common that store owners will often set out bowls of water for their four-legged customers.
- Saint Croix, Virgin Islands, is a pet-friendly place with beautiful, clear water and scenery that is breathtaking.
- Grand Canyon, Arizona, allows dogs on hiking trails above the rim. What a perfect place for hikers to take their dogs for some outdoor fun.
- Waterbury, Vermont, has a famous ice cream shop where dogs are most welcome. You can even buy doggie ice cream for your dog.
- Glacier National Park, Montana, welcomes dogs in developed areas. You can take your pet on a boat ride.
- New Orleans, Louisiana, has pet-friendly cafes and cabins on Toledo Bend Lake. The view is absolutely stunning.
We hope this list will be helpful to all who are planning to take their beloved dog on your next family vacation. Be sure to check out the website for personalized dog collars, strollers for dogs, and so much more to show off your vacation!
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Say Cheese! Five Tips for Getting Great Photos of Your Pup 0
Let's face it- dogs are adorable. Whether you're taking photos of your cute pooch for pleasure or for posting on social media, you want to make sure they're putting their best foot- we mean paw- forward. Use these five tips to get the best photos of your pup every time.
1. Bribe them with treats.
Dogs are very food motivated, so use that to your advantage to get them to sit, stay, roll over, or do other fun tricks. Have a slew of different treats available so they don't get bored during the photo shoot. Start small, with a few crunchy treats, and work your way up to the good stuff, like some dog-friendly spray cheese or baby food. Bonus if you can capture a cute photo of them drooling!
2. Accessorize them.
Accessories make the outfit for humans, so why wouldn't the same hold true for little Fido? There are a huge variety of accessory options available for dogs, from silly dog sunglasses to a sweet dog pearl necklace. Have fun with it and have a bunch of different accessories on hand so you can change it up if your dog isn't particularly digging it. Not every dog will allow you to dress them up, so keep it simple with things that slide on and off easily.
3. Keep the area free of distractions.
If you want your dog to pay attention to the photoshoot, you'll want to make sure there is nothing around to distract them. Keep their favorite ball out of sight so they don't try to run after it. If you're shooting outside, try to pick an area free of people or other pets that may discourage them from sitting still.
4. Make it quick.
Dogs have a short attention span, so any photoshoot that you do have should be as quick and painless as possible. Have all of your treats and accessories ready ahead of time, as well as the area prepped where you'll be shooting. Keep your photo shoot to under a half-hour to ensure they won't get bored.
5. Use a great camera.
The type of camera you use is very important for capturing great photos. A camera that is good at taking pictures in motion is ideal for busy dogs. Ones that comes with different lenses, timers, and even a tripod are also useful
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Unique Styles for Different Dog Sizes: Small, Medium & Large! 0Dogs of all shapes and sizes deserve to stay warm and look cool throughout the seasons. Read about the different clothing options for your dog!
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Create the Ultimate Gift Pack for New Puppy Parents! 0Give the perfect care package for puppy parents with these 5 items!
Five Dog Toys That Are Worth Spending A Little Extra On 0Looking for safe, high-quality toys for your pup to enjoy? Read to learn more about the different types of toys to find the right one for your dog!
Winter Accessories to Beat the Cold (It's More Than Just Sweaters!) 0Looking for the best ways to keep your dog warm this winter? Try out sweaters, booties, and more. Read more on how you can dress your dog for the winter weather!
Dealing With Our Dogs’ Behavior 0Dogs are a part of the family and that means we want to give them our best. It is important to understand your dog's behaviors so that you can react appropriately. Make sure you are giving your dog the best and educate yourself on dog behaviors!
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