Keep your dog safe by teaching leave it, preventing dog fights, protecting your dog from heatstroke, and by feeding a healthy diet.
Dogs help students get better grades in college. Dogs teach responsibility, attention to detail, and help improve self-confidence.
Dog playdates are a great way to bond with your dog and give her opportunities to socialize with other dogs.
Survey shows pet parents say their dog has a better social life than they do. More than half say their dog has more friends.
Teach your puppy: Start with his name, socialization, potty training, basic commands, and his safe spaces.
Raising a puppy takes a lot of work and patience. Use DogsBestLife.com’s Puppy Training 101 guide to help get your puppy started on the right paw.
When you introduce your dog to strangers, be sure to control the situation, reward good behavior, and keep interactions short.
Pet foster parents help change an animal’s future. Some homeless pets have endured abuse, neglect, or cruelty. Fostering helps them heal.
Help make your dog meet new people by putting them at ease by having the meetings in a familiar environment (like your home).
German shepherds are fun, loyal dogs that are great pets for families with children. Because they were bred to work and perform high-performance tasks, they need constant exercise to be happy and healthy.