Are you ready for some football? Yeah you are, and so are we! We get so excited for the Super Bowl each year that we throw our very own Doggy Bowl parties in each of our Doggy Day Camps across the country. Our staff members turn into referees and coaches for the day and our Camp rooms transform into football stadiums; Camp parents turn into cheerleaders and our Doggy Day Campers become MVPs!
When we turn back the clocks, it can be tempting to turn down the outdoor time with our pets. Shorter days and cooler weather make being outdoors less appealing. But, cutting back on outdoor exercise time can be a problem for our pets – especially for high-energy dogs in need of lots of active play.
We captured adorable footage of Spencer & Sasha's big day! They are both doggy day campers at Best Friends Pet Care at Walt Disney World Resort. Take a peak at their dog wedding- it's the cutest thing you'll see all day!
Now that the children are back in school, has the family dog started chewing on furniture, barking excessively, or messing in the house?
The dog days of summer are here and we humans aren’t the only ones suffering. For our canine best friends, long hot summer days in a house without air conditioning or a backyard without shade can be misery.
The medical community has long stated that owning a pet will reduce stress in your life. That comes as no surprise to us! Just last week, the American Heart association came out with a report stating that pet owners actually live longer than non pet owners!
The winter months can be tough on the family dog. Just like us, pets can suffer from the cabin fever.
Of course, the best thing for us and our best friends is to bundle up and go for a walk or a romp in the park. But, with short days and cold nights, many of us don’t want to spend time outdoors. So, The Dog Dish asked some of our Best Friends Pet Care professional trainers for suggestions on how to help the family pet beat the winter time blues.
Most of us start out the New Year by making resolutions -- like losing weight, saving money, spending more time with the family. As pet owners, we also should be adopting some resolutions that will improve our pets’ health and well-being.