As you know, dogs primarily regulate their body temperature through panting—a natural activity that removes heat by passing cool air over the moist surfaces of the tongue and lungs. Frozen dog treats are a fun and tasty way to help your dog cool down even faster. We’ve got two easy to make frozen “pupsicle” recipes … Read More about Two Easy Frozen Dog Treat Recipes!
Here on DogTipper, you’ll see a lot of photos of our dogs on our twice-daily walks or enjoying a getaway at a dog-friendly location. When they’re in our yard–or at a fenced, off-leash dog park–our dogs are off leash. However, any other time, you’ll always see them on leash. Although I love off-leash training and … Read More about Why We Don’t Walk Off Leash
I know that many of you are familiar with Allecia Maine, founder of the Walk in Sync™ dog walking and training system–and guest writer of many great columns here on DogTipper. Along with her expertise in dog walking and training, Allecia is also an animal communicator, working to deepen the bond between us and our … Read More about Win an Animal Communication Course!
Are you worried about leaving your dog at home alone after months together? Certified Dog Trainer and Animal Behavior Specialist Mikkel Becker, in collaboration with Sure Petcare, has tips on how to transition your dog to the “new normal” and how to reteach your dog to regain some independence after these months of non-stop togetherness. … Read More about How to Transition Your Dog to the “New Normal”
Do you need a lightweight scarf for your dog walks–one that is large enough to function as a wrap (or an impromptu face covering) but lightweight enough to handle warming temperatures? Our PawZaar Paw Print Scarf is lightweight for spring and summer dog walks–and sports fun cartoon paw prints! And, when your dog walk is … Read More about Win a Paw Print Scarf!
Are you looking for an easy, one ingredient chew to make for your dog? It doesn’t get much easier than Tripe Chews, strips of baked tripe cut to chew size. As our regular readers know, we never give our dogs rawhide because of the risk of choking and obstruction–and the fact that it’s not easily … Read More about Tripe Chews for Your Dog: RECIPE