The dark, dreary days of winter make staying indoors much more appealing. Coupled with the onslaught of cookies, parties, and big meals, staying committed to our regular outdoor activities and exercise can often fall by the wayside.
Winter is a great time to get outside, actually, since the weather keeps most people inside. With the right gear, winter outings can be enjoyable, especially if they involve our dogs. After reading this list of ideas to keep you going through the cold months, you and your dog will be eager to get active outside together.
If you’re a pet owner, I bet you spoil your pet with toys, clothes, bed, and treats. You can create your own special treats for your cat or dog at home with only a few ingredients. Your pets will love homemade treats, and there are health benefits as well because you are controlling everything that goes in each bite; No additives. No extras. Just nutritious pet treats. Below are a few fantastic pet-safe treat recipes that you can make for your pet’s birthday, a special occasion, or to just spoil your four-legged friend even more than you already do!
The holidays are coming and that means lots of trips to visit family and friends. According to a recent Kurgo Survey of dog owners, 36% of people travel to a destination other than their home for Thanksgiving and 43% travel at Christmas time. Over 80% of dog owners will bring their pup along on these trips, because, of course, their dog is part of the family too! It’s fun to bring along your dog, but that might require some planning to make sure it’s fun and safe for everyone!
Keeping a clean car is tough when traveling with your canine companion. Taking your dog camping, hiking, to the beach, or on any outdoorsy adventure can lead to a very dirty dog – and car! By prepping your vehicle for these messy instances, you’ll be able to save time cleaning and spend more time with your pup. Follow the guidelines below and say goodbye to constant mud, fur, and slobber taking over your car. Continue reading →
You and your pup both need fresh air each day, but going on the same walks can get a little boring. The next time you think about going on an adventure, you should try taking your favorite pooch on a hiking trip. However, before you grab the leash, there are a few you need to consider. Here are some hiking tips for a successful doggy hike, from the experts at Kurgo!