Just for fun, I asked a couple of dog owners what they think their dogs might really want for a holiday gift this year.
Here’s what they had to say:
Charlotte the Yorkie & Pippa the Yorkie mix
This Thanksgiving, we’re especially thankful for our fans, customers, and their dogs. We asked people, “Why are you thankful for your pet?” and their beautiful responses are as follows:
Dogs are bed-hogging creatures that embarrass us in public and are a ton of work. But we wouldn’t trade them for the world!
As dog owners ourselves, we know how frustrating it can be to buy cheap products that break or wear out after moderate use. That’s why we created dogIDs. Our sole purpose is to improve the lives of dogs, and with our high quality products, you can improve the life of your dog too! Learn how here:
If you’re tired of being disappointed by big-name pet department stores, check out dogIDs. We truly believe in providing only the best for man’s best friend!
It’s crazy to think that Thanksgiving is peeking around the corner! Here at dogIDs, we are especially thankful for the pets and their owners that make it possible for us to do what we do every day. As a token of our appreciation, we’d love to give you a chance to win a beautiful canvas portrait of your pet, valued at $200!
I wanted to come up with a couple of easy tricks dog owners could teach their dogs of any age. The tricks are “speak,” “play dead” and “roll over.” These aren’t necessarily the only ways to teach these commands, but hopefully they can help you brainstorm.
And let us know if your dog can do any fun tricks!
As a pet owner, this Thanksgiving, once again I am thankful to have happy and healthy pets. I can’t imagine my life without furry companions in it.
When I sit back and think about the quirks of each of my pets, it’s really interesting to compare my cats to my dog. Captain is my old man cat and is cranky, lazy and finicky, albeit a cuddle bug at night. Little Girl is young at heart, rambunctious, a little crazy and always into something.
And then there’s Brick. He often sports his sad, gentle eyes during downtime, but mostly he is a happy dog.
Dogs have it right, don’t they? Everything they do is their favorite thing.
With this in mind, I wanted to list the 5 life lessons we all can learn from dogs.
How did you go about choosing a trainer for your dog? Did you read reviews? Did you choose the trainer a friend recommended? Did you make your decision based on cost? We would love your feedback because choosing a trainer can be such an overwhelming process for new dog owners.
The following are some ideas from two professional trainers to hopefully help you make the best choice for your dog if you need help with training.
Also check out our post on common dog training mistakes.
The first five days after the weekend are always the hardest. On the plus side, you’re probably handling Monday a lot better than these dogs are.
Disclaimer: This post may cause you to smile, even if your attitude is “anti-cheer-because-Monday-is-here.” But that’s okay. These dogs aren’t feeling today, either:
1. This dog, who still hasn’t woken up.