Use stimulating outdoor activities to promote both physical and mental wellness for aging dogs and their owners.
Dog health benefits
Dog fitness: How many steps does your pup take? Track it with a dog Fitbit
Use a dog activity tracker to monitor your dog’s fitness goals using features similar to human step counters. Some even offer GPS tracking.
Why remote workers choose their dogs over returning to the office
Remote workers resist returning to work because they don’t want to leave their dogs behind. They relish the health benefits dogs provide.
How a fitness program helps achieve your dog’s health goals
Creating a fitness program for your dog helps maintain a healthy weight, blood pressure, heart and joint health.
Babies and puppies: Keep them both safe and build an early bond
Children benefit when pairing babies and puppies early by learning compassion and responsibility and boosting their immune system.
3 reasons to own a dog while in college
When college students adopt dogs they ease depression, prevent anxiety, reduce stress, and improve their cardiovascular health.
Do dogs mimic their owners? Science says yes
A study from Michigan State University shows dogs mimic owners. Dogs learn to imitate their owners’ personality traits and behavior.
Get a dog and live a longer, happier, healthier life
Research shows dog owners live longer because having a dog boosts their heart health and protects them from other diseases.
Why it’s worth getting a dog when you’re busy with studies
Dogs provide mental health support and boost the well-being of college students. Dogs help reduce stress and make it easier to meet people.
How an ESA pet letter for housing saves dogs from shelters
A mental health professional can help you secure an ESA pet letter for housing if you live in a place that’s not pet-friendly.