Lifestyle blogger Carrie Waller shares creative ways to be active with your pet.read
On The Right PAW!
The NexGard team wants to help welcome new dogs – be they puppies, seniors or any age in between – into their new homes and make the transition a little easier. Check out our articles and tips on parasite treatment and control, how to acclimate your dog to a new home, minimize messes and more.
Get professional pup photo advice from dog photographer Kaylee!read
Paris Permenter and John Bigley of Dogtipper share tips for having a blast with your pup while on vacation.read
Lindsey Bonnice of Live Sweet Photography talks about how to throw your furry friend a bonafide bash.read
Jessica Shyba of Momma’s Gone City talks about how the love of a dog transformed her family.read
Chelsea Day of Someday I’ll Learn talks about the benefits of creating a pet gift registry for your furry friend.read
Chelsea Day of Someday I’ll Learn provides tips and tricks for keeping messes to a minimum in dog-loving households.read
Elias Weissman of The Dogist provides some quick tips for taking better photos of your dog.read
Vacation a Success!
Dogtipper shares tips for having a blast with your pup while on vacation.read
Now that you’ve made the decision to add a furry friend to your family, here are some tips from Dr. Karen Lass, field veterinary services manager at Merial, for acclimating your dog to his new forever home.read
Learn more about starting a lifelong healthy relationship with your new furry best friend.read
Pup Images – Part 1
Kaylee Greer of Dog Breath Photography reveals how to take perfect pics of your dog.read
During your puppy’s first year, every day counts as you teach him how to become a well-behaved and trustworthy pet. Here’s a head start on how to build healthy habits.read
More and more pet owners are turning to pet insurance as a means to cut down on unexpected costs. But is it really worth the investment?read
So you’ve adopted a new pet and you *think* you know his dominant breed, but how can you be sure?read
Bedtime for a dog can be extremely challenging, but with just a little discipline, you and your pet can be on your way to sweet dreams in no time.read
One of the most stressful aspects of having a new puppy – and sometimes even a mature dog – is learning how to housebreak him. Typically, it takes four to six months for a puppy to become fully housetrained, so it’s important to have patience with the process.read
Pawternity leave. Yes, you read that right. It’s catching on – well, at least in the United Kingdom. New pet owners are being offered paid leave – anywhere from a few hours to a few weeks – by some companies to spend time with their furry new additions.read
Vera Sweeney of Lady and the Blog reminisces about her puppies’ first days at home.read