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Find out how a nurse and trainee attorney use PitPat to ensure their beloved Dachshund puppy Pickle gets just enough exercise and rest.
Find out how Eric, PitPat’s newest office pup, uses his PitPat to make sure he gets enough walkies and, of course, rest.
Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, and when it comes to choosing your new best friend, there isn’t a one size fits all approach. But thinking about size is very important, as it will affect how much space you need, the cost of looking after them and how you need to handle them.
Never owned a dog before? No problem. there’s a lot to learn, but these dog breeds are eager to please and train, making them pawfect for first time owners!
Your age doesn’t have to get in the way of you owning a dog – and luckily, there are breeds out there that are pawfect for older people. Find out our top dog breeds for older people in this article.
City life often means apartment living and you might think this would make owning a dog difficult. While it is sensible to avoid large dog breeds there are lots of smaller dog breeds will be perfectly happy living the high rise lifestyle.
If you’re thinking about getting a dog for your family, you will want to make sure you choose a breed that is pawfect for your family. These are our top 10 dog breeds for famililes.
Both cats and dogs are wonderful companions. But is it actually possible to have a cat and a dog living peacefully in the same household? In short, the answer is yes, cats and dogs can actually become the best of friends, but choosing the right breed of dog will go a long way to helping this happen.
Doggy daycare is a wonderful way to make sure your dog is getting the exercise and companionship they need when you aren’t able to be with them. But how do you know which one to choose? What makes a great doggy daycare?