The holidays are just around the owner which means a stuffed and happy belly! Not just for us humans but also our furry friends. While it might be tempting to share some of your favorites off the dinner table with your dog, you need to be careful that what you give is dog-friendly. Several holiday foods could cause damage to your pet's digestive tract. However, there are plenty of healthier food options to make your pup feel included in the festivities.
They say that every dog has its day, well National Dog Day is their day! At Simba's BARKery we are all about dogs and look for every opportunity to celebrate them. There is no better day to celebrate your dog than on National Dog Day which falls on August 26th each year.
The recent world crisis has got us thinking about building our immunity and leading a healthy lifestyle. However, this should not be the case for just us humans. Our dogs rely on us to keep them in good health. In this first article of the series, we have a guest author, Aimee Schroeder, who will share some basic tips to keep your pets healthy at home.
While days may be blurring during these times, it is key to remember some of the important holidays. One of those holidays is Mother's Day and it is fast approaching (May 10th). While traditionally this is aholiday to celebrate with your human kids, we think dog moms should be celebrated too. After all, raising a pup is no small task.
Here are five ways to celebrate being a dog mom with your fur-baby.
We are in unique times right now with COVID-19. Several of us are practicing isolation and spending more time with our family and pets. We have put together a list of activities to keep you and your pup entertained as we get through this situation.