5 Types of Pets We Would Love You to Consider for #AdoptaShelterPet Month


 This post is sponsored by BlogPaws. I am being compensated to support Adopt a Shelter Pet Month with an educational post, but DogTipper only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. BlogPaws is not responsible for the content of this article. October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, a time when the public […]

Halloween Safety: Costumes & Your Dog


This post is sponsored by Nutrish. All opinions and statements are entirely our own. Are you planning to enjoy some Halloween fun with your dog? Whether that fun means an afternoon of costumed photos, a pet parade, or an evening of trick or treating, it’s important to make sure your dog is safe and comfortable […]

Ebola and Dogs: What You Need to Know


We know that many of you are following the news about Ebola. Living in Texas, we see it not only on the national news but the local news as well, as the only cases in the US have been found in Dallas. Today we received this list of excellent information from  BluePearl Veterinary Partners about […]

9 Tips to Help Your Dog After ACL Surgery


As you know, our Irie had surgery on her right rear leg on August 25. She had TPLO (tibial plateau leveling osteotomy) surgery to stabilize her stifle (knee) joint, all due to a tear in the ACL (or known as CCL or cranial cruciate ligament in dogs). Whew…that’s a mouthful! Irie spent just one night […]

Infographic: Autumn Dangers to Your Dog’s Paws


Fall is definitely in the air here now, and the cooler temperatures make us want to linger on our morning and evening walks. As Irie continues to progress after her ACL surgery, we’re now up to two 25-minute walks per day. She’s also able to walk on an incline so we’re able to hike uphill, […]

Safe Ways to #TreatthePups This Halloween (& a $500 Giveaway!)


Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Lunchbox but all opinions are those of Trick or Treat! Are you ready for some HOWL-oween fun with your dog and dog friends? The countdown is on for Halloween trick or treating–and that can include treats for your dogs and visiting dogs. It’s super easy to make trick […]

Pet Travel Tips #SkypeMoments


As you know, I’m the Skype ambassador for pets. We love to travel with our dogs Irie and Tiki as much as possible; they made most of the research trips for Texas with Dogs with us and they love nothing better than a car ride. I was recently interviewed by Kristen Kellogg of Border Free […]

3 Steps to Help Your Dog #GetHealthyHappy


For the past few weeks, we’ve been talking about the importance of helping your dog live the healthiest, happiest life that he or she can. With Irie’s recent surgery, the past few weeks have been a busy one for us, ensuring that she gets back to the leg strength and lifestyle that she had before […]

Saving Money with Amazon Coupons

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Did you realize that Amazon has an extensive coupon section…including pet coupons? You’ll need to sign in to your Amazon account to see all the coupons but they’re very easy to use. Select a category on the left side of the Amazon coupon page (this is a small sampling of the many pet supply coupons […]

Infographic: Pet Proofing Your Home


We all know it’s important to puppy proof a home…but sometimes, once our dogs are out of that chewing stage, we forget that there are still so many potential hazards around the house. Today we wanted to share this special infographic from Trade Price Tiles about dangers in your home:

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