This dog house is constructed from non-toxic plastic material that makes it perfect to be used under any weather condition. Your dog will feel safe and secure. It is internal large room has volume enough for your dog to play and sleep at without worrying or being bothered by outside conditions. It's super easy to clean,100% hygienic, leak-proof and does a very good job standing up against the forces of nature, making it a great option for outdoor use. It is easy to assemble and still...
For the domesticated dog, play is the key to physical and psychological health. It allows them to perform innate actions—stalk and hunt, run and tear, comfort and cuddle. One of the five freedoms of animal welfare is the “freedom to express normal behavior.” With guidance from animal behaviorists and veterinarians, we sifted through the vast marketplace of dog toys to find the best for your pup’s preferred style of play—fetching, chewing, tugging, or riddling out a treat.
And because each dog collar & leash material has unique properties and advantages, it’s important to take note of your canine’s breed and the way they behave on walks. Young puppies have tons of energy and are eager to please, so with the right reward, it’s never too early to start leash training. If you know your small and adorable puppy is going to grow into a large and powerful canine, certain dog collars can keep proper walking manners clear from the very beginning. By consistently showing them how to walk the walk as puppies, you can reduce the chance of getting pulled and dragged, as they mature into muscular adults. And if they already have the ability to pull, it’s not too late to suit them up in front-clipping dog harnesses, so they can learn to trust your lead. In addition to being powerful training tools, dog harnesses can also provide your pup with added comfort when you need to suddenly pull on their leash and change the direction they’re walking or running towards. Successfully leash training your pup doesn’t just put your mind at ease, it also helps reduce anxiety in your pup as they realize that you are in control of the situation and can safely steer the pack. Keep your dog walks enjoyable for the two of you with the right accessories from Petco.

Harness size is most often determined by the circumference at the widest part of the chest but may also require taking the measurement around the neck, as well as the dog’s weight. Weight should never be the only factor in choosing a dog harness, as the relation between weight and chest size may differ considerably between breeds. Adjust the straps for a secure fit—ensure your dog cannot slip free, and that the harness does not shift from side to side. A properly fitted harness should not pinch or chafe. As with collars, two fingers should fit between the harness straps and your dog’s body.

The Outback Log Cabin Dog House is the perfect outdoor shelter for your pet. Constructed from solid wood with a rain resistant asphalt shingled roof this shelter is perfect for your pet. The Outback Log Cabin Dog House features a slant roof design and a raised floor to keep your pet dry and the shelter airy. Quality craftsmanship allows this shelter to provide increased protection from not only climate change, but also other elements such as debris and dust by having an offset entry point. Very...
With the right dog collar, you can master leash training your pup and make the most of your daily walks. When choosing the best dog collars for your dog, take breed and behavior into consideration. Playful pups are full of energy and eager to get outdoors. Starting leash training early is important. The right collar and leash combo or a dog harness can make leash training easier on you and your cuddly companion. An adjustable collar will grow along with your pup, eliminating the need for multiple replacements. PetSafe dog collars have an added quick-release snap buckle, making it easy to get off and on between doggie adventures. Unlike dog choke chains or prong dog collars, martingale dog collars safely tighten when your dog pulls and loosen when he stops. Greater control reduces the risk of your dog slipping from his color and into danger.
There are several materials to choose from when looking for a large dog house. Depending on where it’s an outdoor or an indoor dog house you can find them in any material from plastic to wood. Plastic dog houses are typically lighter and more colorful than wood houses. One thing to keep in mind with plastic is that dogs can chew the plastic and put holes in it if they’re teething. So, if you plan on getting a plastic dog house make sure to reinforce easily chewable areas of the house to protect it from teething. On the other hand, a large dog house made from wood is a great material for several reasons. First, wood is a good insulator so whether it’s a hot or cold day wood will help create a more moderate temperature for your puppy. On top of that, if you get a dog house with porch, then wood is a fantastic material to create a fun aesthetic for your dog.
It is the most suitable for powerful chewers where the common benefits include its dental well-being and stability. It’s an original flavor toy that dogs love much. After deep observation, if you find broken teeth inside your dog’s mouth by using this toy, then it will be better to disallow it to keep on chewing this bone to prevent any serious dental harm.
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Harness size is most often determined by the circumference at the widest part of the chest but may also require taking the measurement around the neck, as well as the dog’s weight. Weight should never be the only factor in choosing a dog harness, as the relation between weight and chest size may differ considerably between breeds. Adjust the straps for a secure fit—ensure your dog cannot slip free, and that the harness does not shift from side to side. A properly fitted harness should not pinch or chafe. As with collars, two fingers should fit between the harness straps and your dog’s body.

Bring home this Contemporary Dog House to give your animal companion a cabin to lounge in on hot summer days. The log-like sides create an attractive visual to prevent it from being an eyesore with the rest of your patio furniture. The felt-lined top offers a comfy place for your 4-legged friend to stretch out and relax while the wide opening makes getting inside a simple affair. Complete with a latch for the door and a sliding window peephole to help you easily check on your pet.
The dogs push the ball with their nose to play with it. This ball makes a sound to inspire your pooch to engage with the toy and spend more time. Initially, if the pooch disagreed to receive this new item, then shake the ball and act to show your dog is making the noises. The Wobble Dog Toy Ball will soon become your dog’s most favorite gaming tool.
Some dogs will not adjust to a harness even after a proper introduction to it, and all-day wear can cause discomfort for the sensitive canine. For safety—and to facilitate a speedy return if your furry friend goes missing—a collar with identification is imperative, even if you use a harness for walks. Our personalized dog collars and leashes are an excellent way to make sure your pet can always find his way home if you become separated—with your contact information embroidered or embossed on his collar, you’re just one phone call away from a happy reunion.
Each time you give your dog a bath, give his collar a scrub. Soak the collar in a bowl of hot water and dog shampoo, use an old toothbrush or other soft-bristled brush to clean out the nooks where dirt collects, and then hang the collar to dry. Leashes and harnesses may be cleaned in the same way, as needed. A leather collar requires gentler care—rather than soaking the collar, use a toothbrush soaked in a cleaning solution and gently brush away grime. Rinse, towel off, and hang the leather collar until it is completely dry.
This Dog House is architecturally built for simplicity and beautifully crafted. The vertically tall shape of the house with windows on the roof brings natural light and air to the house that your dog can truly feel like home. The cushion is made out of microfiber fabric to keep them cool during hot days and warm during cold winter days. Perfect for small breed dogs up to 6 lbs.
Give your furry friend a home of their own so they can enjoy your outdoor space with this dog house. Borrowing its design from a barn, this weather-resistant piece is crafted from solid fir wood and manufactured wood in gray and white hues with black composite shingles covering the roof. Tongue-and-groove construction helps this house resist drafts, while removable flooring makes the cleaning process a breeze. Since the door opening measures just 16" H x 11" L, this design is an ideal option...

There are several materials to choose from when looking for a large dog house. Depending on where it’s an outdoor or an indoor dog house you can find them in any material from plastic to wood. Plastic dog houses are typically lighter and more colorful than wood houses. One thing to keep in mind with plastic is that dogs can chew the plastic and put holes in it if they’re teething. So, if you plan on getting a plastic dog house make sure to reinforce easily chewable areas of the house to protect it from teething. On the other hand, a large dog house made from wood is a great material for several reasons. First, wood is a good insulator so whether it’s a hot or cold day wood will help create a more moderate temperature for your puppy. On top of that, if you get a dog house with porch, then wood is a fantastic material to create a fun aesthetic for your dog.
Anyone who’s ever spent five seconds with a dog knows they like to play. Specifically, they like to fetch, tug, and chew. With that in mind, hundreds of dog toys flood the market every year, resulting in a wide range in terms of quality, durability, and ability to entertain your pooch. As a result, we’ve narrowed the search for the perfect dog toy down to a few we think are the best of the bunch.
We even have ID tags to put on your dog collars in case your pup is a runner and loves to escape. The ID tags can be inscribed with your street address, phone number, and name of dog, so if your friend ever gets lost, the first person to find him or her can contact you right away. They come in many different colors and in different shapes, so you can choose the one that most closely matches your pup’s personality.
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