What do you get when you combine an adoption story that began on Father’s Day, a goofy bully mix pupper, called Lovie, and a talented Denver dog photographer? Pure adorable magic! As a result, this photo session is full of funny heart-melting moments, true love and fun! Keep reading for the full session if you’re interested!
As the world embraces social distancing and self isolation amidst the terrible COVID-19 pandemic, many of us find ourselves at home with our dear dogs. Unable to go the park or have puppy play dates, this time spent at home can result in some cooped up behaviours bubbling to the surface for your fur kid.
It’s our hope that this list of fun dog activities at home will help you keep your pupper entertained and mentally stimulated during this time. And let’s not forget either, that our dogs are goofy little beings. Which means that the chances are they’ll make you laugh during any of these 5 fun dog activities at home!
Instagramming (oh yes, it is a verb now!) can be a fun activity to share with your dog! It is an opportunity to spend quality time together, to flex your creative muscles and to go on fun dog-friendly adventures! But how to run a successful dog Instagram account? Where do you even begin?
But navigating the popular social media platform can be daunting to say the least. To help all of you excited pet parents who are ready to take the leap with your furbaby onto the good old gram, we chatted with three incredible Instagrammers about their tried and true secrets for how to run a successful dog Instagram account! Keep reading for all the goodness!
Whether you’re a Gilmore Girl at heart or simply have a sweet tooth, this DIY dog Halloween costume is sure to be a sweet treat this spooky season! That’s right! We’re talking about dressing your dog up as a PopTart for trick-or-treating! You can be super crafty or never have used a glue gun in your life and still be able to make this adorable outfit. That’s right — anyone can successfully make this super easy dog costume with only three supplies and a dab of glue. Intrigued? Keep reading for the full tutorial! (more…)