It’s that time of the year again. And as we’re busy prepping for the holiday season, we can’t forget about gifts for our most beloved family members — our pets. Whether you’re a make-it-from-scratch type of gift giver, or if a frantic add to your Amazon cart is more your style, we have you covered. Check out some of our favorite stocking stuffers for the … Continue reading Stocking Gifts for Your Furry Friend
Summer is officially here and if you’re feeling the heat, your dog probably is, too. One way to help your pet cope with rising temperatures is to make them an icy treat. These pupsicle recipes couldn’t be easier – in fact, you probably have most of the ingredients at home!
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Does your dog run or hide at the sound of fireworks? Many dogs fear sudden loud noises such as fireworks or thunderstorms. While some fears may be mild, other dogs can experience extreme anxiety during a noise event. This can significantly impact your dog’s well-being and can even lead to physical harm if not adequately addressed. Luckily, there is help!
This article will discuss how to help your dog with their firework fears and provide some tips to keep them safe.
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From playful pups to distracted cats, trying to take a picture of your pet can be a frustrating experience. As a pet parent, you’ve probably tried and failed to capture an image that is worthy of social media, but you don’t have to be a professional to get a great shot. We asked Nate Wyeth, one of Nulo’s resident photographers, for tips and tricks on how he snaps such beautiful photos of his golden retriever, Ranger.
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Taking your dog for a hike can be a great way to enjoy some fresh air and spend quality time with your pup. As with any activity, accidents can happen, and it’s essential to take certain precautions to help keep your pet safe during a hike. In this article, we’ll discuss what to bring and how to keep your dog safe while hiking.
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Although the concept has been around since the 1980s, sustainability has become more than just a trending buzzword in the last five years. Everything from manufacturing processes, packaging materials, product ingredients, and how companies operate has been called under scrutiny, largely led by consumers. Companies of all kinds – including those in the pet industry – are reevaluating their current practices and evolving to new standards.
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Are you looking for ways to show your pet some extra love this spring? While we often shower them with treats to show how much we care, giving your pet treats isn’t always what’s best for their health. Treats are a significant source of calories and can contribute to obesity in cats and dogs. Let’s discuss some helpful tips for making healthy treat choices for our pets.
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You may be familiar with the Five Love Languages, which describe five ways that we receive love from others. But what about how our pups need our love? Find out your dog’s love language below! Continue reading 5 Love Languages of Dogs
With the onset of colder temperatures, activity levels drop, and hibernation mode sets in. However, this is not limited to humans, as your pet may also experience winter weight gain. Continue reading Winter Weight Gain and Your Pet
Healthy skin and a soft, shiny coat can say a lot about your pet’s overall well-being. Because the two are closely related, strategies to care for the skin and coat often go hand-in-hand. Here’s what can you do to help keep them looking and feeling their best at any age. Continue reading Feeding Your Pet for Healthy Skin & Coat