Tips & Advice: Seasonal/Holiday
Welcome to Bark Busters’ 2023 Gift Guide! We’ve sniffed around for the best 12 gifts for any dog and pet parent - fun, practical, and everything in between!
The holiday season is a joyful time to gather with family and friends, decorate around the home, and enjoy traditions old and new. While the season can sometimes get a little hectic for everyone, including our pets, don’t stress – we’ve got you covered with tips and tricks to make the holidays fun, safe, and festive for your dog and all its favorite humans.
Thanksgiving is a holiday that all family members can enjoy – including your dog. Follow these tips to make sure everyone can indulge and celebrate safely.
It’s a story of hope, resilience, and service, and Bark Busters is at the center. A German Shepherd was found on the side of a highway, guarding her three puppies inside a box. All four dogs survived, and they’re now supporting local veterans.
Halloween has something for everyone. Full of decorations, costumes, candy, and scary twists, it’s a festive evening for humans of all ages. But what’s fun for us can be confusing – and even dangerous – for our pets. Here are some tips to keep your pups safe and sound on the spookiest night of the year.
Welcome to Bark Busters’ 2022 Gift Guide! We’ve sniffed around for the best 12 gifts for any doggo and pet parent: fun, practical, and everything in between. 1.
Welcome to Bark Busters’ 2021 Gift Guide!
We’ve sniffed out the best gifts for any doggo and pet parent: from fun to practical and everything in between.
It’s finally here! A summer full of barbeques, pool parties, vacations, and other fun in the sun is just beginning for humans and their canine companions. Here are the basics you need to know for a safe, summer season with your dog.
As flowers bloom and temperatures warm, it’s only natural to want to spend more time outside with your furry friend. But clean air and sunshine means pollen, plants, bugs, and dirt – and a host of potential health and safety issues to be aware of. A little prevention goes a long way, so speak with your vet and follow these easy safety tips to enjoy spring in all its blossoming, blue-skied glory with your pup!
The bond between dog and human is truly special. Pups are not only sources of joy and treasured members of our families, but also nonjudgmental sources of unconditional love. It’s no wonder we feel the urge to lavish them with affection and attention!
But years of experience have taught us something hard to believe: it can be possible to love your dog too much. Even the most passionate dog lover should know the difference between loving and spoiling their furry friend – and how to express affection in positive ways that don’t reinforce bad habits.