How to Prepare for Doggie Daycare

Packing and planning for vacation can always be so exciting. You’ve got all of your favorite outfits picked out, your snacks are prepared for the travel time, and you can’t wait to get out the door but there’s just one thing that is bumming you out… you have to leave your dog.

Kennel boarding your dog can be pretty scary when you go on vacation, especially if it’s Sparky’s first time being away from you for more than a few days. Here are some tips to make sure that your dog will be happy and well taken care of while you’re away.

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Activities For Your Kids and Dogs to Enjoy Together

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As a parent, you know that having kids can be a tiring full-time job. As a dog owner, you also know that dogs are a huge responsibility and time commitment. If you’re both? Good luck getting anything done.

What if there was a solution to entertain both your children and your dog while you catch up on some work, or even get a suntan? Here are some great activities for your children to do with your dog so that everyone stays entertained while you take some time for yourself.

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How to Travel Safely With Your Dog

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Are you a spontaneous traveler? You know, a “throw some things into a suit case and hit the road” kind of person? Spontaneity is the best kind of adventure. But wait, you can’t leave Buster home alone for the next week. Just throw his leash and a bag of food in the car, and you’re good to go. Well, not so fast. Before you travel with your dog, you should check out the tips below.

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Why Scout Works Great for Dogs and Other Pets

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There are two types of dogs: those who listen when you call their name and those who decide after three years they no longer answer to Rufus. So it seems that’s the case when you’re yelling “RUUUFFFFUS” and he doesn’t come your way. You swore that was the last time you let him off the leash, then came Scout.

Find out how Scout can save you from running aimlessly around the neighborhood to later realizing Rufus was on your front porch all along.

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6 Tips That Will Help Your Kid Never Forget Their Scout

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How many times do you have to tell your kids to take out the trash or walk the dog (probably as often as you tell your partner) and it seems to never get done? If you’re reading this and thinking to yourself, “my kid always listens,” then you can stop reading now. For your significant other, well that’s another story. Come back to read our next article on 10 Ways To Get Your Partner to Listen.

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How to Have Better Communication With Your Child

Being a parent is not easy. Unfortunately, there’s not a step-by-step guide that you can follow to make sure that you’re doing everything correct. No child is the same, and there’s not a specific description of the “perfect child” because everyone has their own opinion on what that mold that may look like.

One thing that most parents would agree on, though, is that it’s important to keep an open and healthy communication with your child. Here are some exercises that you can keep in mind the next time you are talking with your child.

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These 10 Roads Are Made for Motorcycle Riding

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Tired of driving down the same old straight road? With twists and turns, you’ll feel a rush of excitement. Get ready to enjoy the scenery with the perfect stretch of smooth tarmac. These roads will take you through some of the the most beautiful places nature has to offer.

Before you set out for a trip down one of these roads, make sure you read our article on what to pack for your motorcycle trip. Here are 10 of the best roads across America. Beware, you might want to ride these over and over again.

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July is Pet Loss Prevention Month

Have you ever lost your dog? If you have, then you know the infinite feeling of worry and heartbreak that you have until your furry friend is returned safely home. If he hasn’t returned yet, then you’re still wondering if he’s out there.

July is Pet Loss Prevention Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness for one of the biggest problems that pet owners and families can have. According to the ASPCA, every year, around 8 million dogs and cats end up in shelters around the U.S., and a majority of those pets belong to families.

We wanted to give you some advice to make sure that you never have to lose your best friend.

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