Fun and Games

Not just puppies play. Adult animals can also spend fun evenings at the park or at home. In this section, we’ll tell you all about toys, games, and fun for your pets.

How to Play Frisbee With Your Dog

Dogs love to fetch things and bring them back to their owners over and over again. Therefore, playing frisbee with your dog can be a great way for both of you to spend a good time together. Want to know how to…

8 Unwritten Rules for Dog Parks

Some dog parks have signs displaying the rules for the park. However, there are lots of other rules for dog parks that don’t always appear. So, we’ve decided to share 8 unwritten rules for dog parks. In many countries, current…

Summer Pet Playing Ideas

Summer is the ideal season to enjoy life and spend quality time with your loved ones. Therefore, you must take advantage of it and spend your time doing the things that, due to lack of time, you can’t do during…

Tips on Taking Your Dog to the Pool

If your dog loves the water and you’d like to be able to swim with it, you don’t need to wait for summer vacation anymore! You won’t even need to go to the beach. With the right care and preparation,…

5 Games To Enjoy with Your Dog

Our furry friends love to play, and we love playing with them. Often, spending time playing is one of the best ways to show them that we love them. Here are some games to enjoy with your dog. You’ll love…

How to Select the Best Dog Toys

To get the best dog toys you must take a lot of things into consideration. Follow our advice and forget about the days when your dog thought that your shoes were toys. There are several factors that we must take…

Have You Heard About Dog Dancing?

Would you like to know more about Dog Dancing? In this article, we’ll tell you a little bit of what we know about this type of “exercise,” better known in the USA as “Musical Canine Freestyle.” Have you heard about…

Why Play Games with your Dog?

Now that it’s winter, it might be too cold to take your dog out as much as you’d like. But, this doesn’t mean that your dog has to give up his exercise and games; in fact, the opposite is true.…