If you have a new puppy or an adventurous dog, you're probably familiar with dog gates. They can bar entry to areas of the house. But not every gate is easy to cope with. Some are heavy to lift out of the way. Others you have to step over all the time. And if you want to move one out of the way? Tension poles can get tricky. That's where retractable dog gates come in handy. And we have some of the top options on the market.
No one wants to come home and find the contents of their trash scattered over the floor. But worse is stumbling upon a very sick dog. Plenty of things in the garbage can pose a hazard to curious canines. With dog-proof trash cans, you can solve both problems - while keeping your house looking great at the same time!
New puppies in a home mean a lot of excitement. But they also entail some work - and worry. Cats aren't the only curious species. If you don't take the time to work through puppy-proofing your home (inside AND out), you may find yourself working on bonding with your new four-footed family member at the vet's office. And that's no fun for anyone. Good thing we have all of the puppy-proofing advice you'll need.
Does walking across the floor in your house feel a little like an obstacle course? You need to warn guests to watch where they step to avoid squeaky toys, half-chewed bones, and soggy tennis balls. Maybe you've even tripped over a frisbee in the middle of the night. You don't want to deny your pup their beloved toys, but the scatter needs to go. How about looking into one of these dog toy storage options?
People have multiple reasons for reaching for puppy training pads: their living conditions, the size of their dog, their dog's health, THEIR health, the weather. If you have a unique situation and have wondered about using puppy training pads, this is the post for you!
A new puppy in the house brings a lot of emotion. And if they aren't housebroken, you have potentially weeks of potty training ahead of you. Pack your patience, some puppy training pads, and get ready to tackle this necessity of owning a puppy.