labrador male and female

Labrador Retrievers are one of the most charming dogs on the planet. These gentle giants are loyal, loving, and always ready to fetch a ball or cuddle up on the couch. They’re also great with kids and make wonderful family pets. Unfortunately, Labradors are not hypoallergenic. These goofy furballs shed. A lot. Labradors have a… Read More

A bull terrier and a cat

The Buller Terrier Club (BTC)’s website revolves around promoting all things about the Bull Terriers for people to learn about this breed. The Bull Terrier Club was established in the UK in 1887, making it one of the oldest dog breed clubs. As they pride themselves on being an exclusive club, an entrance fee is… Read More

Great Pyrenees Mountain Dog

Dogs are people’s best friends and lovable companions. For people with dog allergies, however, having a dog can be a miserable experience. There’s a lot of hype about hypoallergenic dogs for allergy sufferers. The Great Pyrenees is one of the breeds touted for being hypoallergenic, but they’re not. In fact, no dog is truly hypoallergenic,… Read More

Fiddle Leaf Figs

Fiddle leaf figs, specifically their sap, are poisonous to dogs. Their sap contains calcium oxalate crystals, which are basically microscopic needles that will scratch your dog’s mouth, tongue, and throat on contact. Because of how unpleasant nibbling on a fiddle leaf fig can be, many dogs spit it out and avoid them altogether. If you’re… Read More

pomeranian dog sitting on grass

Pomeranians are a Spitz-type breed with a thick, luxurious coat and a lot of shedding. Because of how much hair these dogs can throw, many wonder if they are hypoallergenic or allergy-friendly. Unfortunately, Pomeranians are not hypoallergenic dogs. In fact, these dogs have thick coats that shed nearly year-round, so they can cause problems for… Read More

Raw chicken feet in a tray

Increasingly, dog owners are looking for natural, healthy treats for their dogs, and chicken feet are but one of these. Although they’re popular among dogs, they’re also viewed as delicacies by humans worldwide. Some people, however, find them just a little creepy. Why are these tasty treats becoming so popular? What are their benefits? In… Read More

Walgreens store

Walgreens doesn’t allow pets in their stores as a corporate rule. This is due to health and safety measures since Walgreens sells medicine and food. However, service animals are allowed in all stores as long as they’re certified. Continue reading to learn more about Walgreens’ dog policy. Why Walgreens Doesn’t Allow Pets Walgreens isn’t the… Read More