March 29, 2022
Dog Goggles Did you know that most dogs end up with eye problems by the time they are eight years old? And did you know many of these could be prevented by using goggles? Since we got many questions on why a dog would need goggles, we wrote a separate article that you can read for more info. You can also check out our Rex Specs V1 Goggle review! Why did RexSpecs come out with the V2 Goggles?
January 20, 2022
“My dog doesn’t need an ID tag because they are microchipped/ obedient/ leashed etc.” Mia doesn’t wear a collar at home to avoid any chances of getting stuck on something while unattended. However, I like to have the contact information on her in the car or while on a walk. I am never concerned about her running away or not coming back to me, but anything can happen, and it’s better safe than sorry.
December 6, 2021
I hike alone with Mia, so being able to carry her out in an emergency is crucial to me. Unfortunately, most dog owners don’t consider the need for an emergency plan until it’s too late, which is why I feel passionate about introducing and comparing the four best-known carry-out harnesses/slings. I am working on a more detailed review on each of these, so here I will focus on the biggest differences and how they compare.
November 28, 2021
The holiday season is just around the corner, so we wanted to give you some cool dog gift ideas! We collected a list of practical, unique, innovative products, which could be a great surprise. No affiliate links here, just our unbiased recommendations with products that we actually tried and liked! ID Tags What can be better than a gift that’s pretty but also helps get our pups back in case they get lost?
October 24, 2021
Finally, our society moves away from muzzles that keep the dog’s mouth closed. This is a great progress because for the longest time, no one was concerned about the risks of the dog’s inability to pant while wearing these muzzles. At the same time, it feels that somehow we immediately ended up on the other end of the spectrum, with muzzles bigger than the dog’s head being the ONLY acceptable sizing approach.
October 15, 2021
This is a topic I have wanted to address for a long time because it’s among the top 5 myths around dog gear. If there is a discussion around leash pulling on social media, it will pop up in the comments section sooner or later. It’s time to look into where this is coming from, why it is not true, and stop the spread of misinformation. Why do people think a harness will cause a dog to pull?