15 Fun Dog-Friendly Loving Beaches in Charleston SC

On the southeastern coastline at the bottom of South Carolina, Charleston is a historic city that was founded in 1670. In fact, it still has its pastel antebellum homes, horse-drawn carriages, and cobblestone streets, giving you the feeling that you have been transported back in time. It is also the largest city in the state, … Read more

15 of the Best Pup-Popular Beaches in Key Biscayne FL

Located just off Miami Beach in southern Florida, Key Biscayne is an island city right off the mainland. It boasts almost 15,000 residents on just 1.7 square miles, so it is a well-populated town. With warm temperatures all year long, from the upper 70s in the winter to the high 80s in the summer, Key … Read more

15 Pawfect Dog-Friendly Pup-Popular Beaches in Manasquan, NJ

With a population of under 6,000, Manasquan is not a well-known tourist city by any means, and you will not find people flocking to the beaches here all year long with below-freezing temperatures and lots of snow in the winter. However, during the summer and even the spring and fall, the beaches of Manasquan, New … Read more

15 Sensational Dog-Friendly Pup-Popular Beaches in Monterey CA

Monterey, California, is located in the southern portion of Monterey Bay on the central Californian coastline. Between Santa Cruz and Carmel-by-the-Sea, this small town was founded in 1770 and has a population of just over 30 thousand. Being a coastal city, there are many beaches and parks to be found in Monterey, and the weather … Read more

15 Top Dog-Friendly Beaches in Santa Barbara CA

Located on the Pacific coast in southern California at the foot of the Santa Ynez Mountains, Santa Barbara is a well-known city popular for its arts and tourism. The village of Santa Barbara also loves its dogs. With almost 90 thousand residents, you can expect to find at least one fur baby per every three … Read more

15 Fun Dog-Friendly Loving Beaches in Virginia Beach, VA

Located on the eastern coast along the North Atlantic Ocean at the entrance of the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia Beach is a popular beach city with locals as well as people visiting from all over the world. With a population of almost 460 thousand, it is the most populated city in Virginia and carries the nickname … Read more

15 Top Dog-Friendly Pup-Popular Beaches in Bradenton FL

Located on the Manatee River south of St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Tampa, Bradenton is a hidden gem that is also along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. What started as a Maroon city called Angola in the 1700s with 600 to 750 residents is now packed with over 55.6 thousand. And with temperatures in … Read more

15 of the Best Beaches in Melbourne FL That Are Dog-Friendly

Located on the eastern side of Florida about 70 miles southeast of Orlando, Melbourne is a fairly large but not well-known coastal town with about 85,000 residents. And since almost half of these people are pup parents, you would expect to be able to find quite a few dog-friendly beaches there.  However, it is a … Read more

My dog ate Wood. What Do I do?

Key Takeaways: Dogs are curious creatures, and they explore their surroundings with their mouths. So it’s not surprising when they start to browse on sticks in the backyard. If you catch your furbaby chewing on wood, should you be concerned? Wood can be hazardous to your dog because larger sticks easily splinter into sharp pieces. … Read more

My dog ate a Crayon. What Should I do?

Key Takeaways: If you have kids, you probably have crayons around the house. When your tots forget to pick up their art supplies or lose a few supplies, Fido is likely to find them. So, what if your dog decides the colorful crayons look like tasty treats? Fortunately, crayons aren’t known to be toxic to … Read more

My dog ate a Bird. What Do I do?

Key Takeaways: As descendants of wolves, dogs are hunters by instinct. So, if your furbaby snatches a fledgling robin or some other bird and eats it, it’s probably not a huge surprise. The question is, should you be concerned, and what should you do next? In this article, we’ll explain when you should be concerned … Read more

My Dog Ate Toilet Paper. What do I do?

Key Takeaways: Dogs and puppies can get into anything, and some have a fetish for toilet paper. If you notice your pooch grabbing the end of the toilet paper and racing through the house with it, should you be concerned? Usually, eating a few squares of toilet paper is harmless for your pooch, but if … Read more

My dog ate Polyester Stuffing. What do I do?

Key Takeaways: Coming through the holiday season, I’ve had a lot of dog’s present to me having eaten things they shouldn’t have, one of the most common of these is polyester stuffing from their new toys or bedding. If your dog has chewed through their brand new bed and there’s stuffing everywhere, don’t panic! Your … Read more

My Dog Ate a Mouse. Should I Be Concerned?

Key Takeaways: Dogs are hunters by instinct. So, when your pooch catches a mouse, you shouldn’t be surprised. But what if he eats it? The greatest threat your dog faces if he eats a mouse is secondary poisoning from rodenticide. However, mice may also carry dangerous organisms including protozoan parasites, intestinal parasites, and infectious bacteria. … Read more

My Dog Ate a Frog. What Do I Do?

Key Takeaways: Dogs are natural predators, and some will go after anything that moves. So, what if your pooch sees a frog hopping by the lake and pounces on it? Is it safe to eat? Whether frogs are safe for dogs depends on which type of frog your pooch encounters. To be on the safe … Read more

My Dog Ate Beef Jerky. What do I do?

Key Takeaways: Jerky is a yummy and satisfying snack for many humans, but what about our four-footed friends? If your dog snarfs a piece or package of jerky, should you be concerned? Whether you should be concerned for your pooch depends on the type of dehydrated meat treats he ate and the ingredients in the … Read more

My Dog Ate Rib Bones. What Should I Do?

Key Takeaways: Dogs love to explore and eat all kinds of things. If they have access to the garbage after you enjoyed a plate of ribs, they’ll surely snarf up the bones. What should you do? Rib bones can be dangerous for dogs because they’re usually cooked by the time Fido eats them, and they … Read more

My Dog Ate Period Blood. Will he be okay?

When I was younger, my family had a dog that would raid the trash can whenever I had my period. She would tear apart the menstrual pads and eat the blood. Yuk! In this article, we’ll examine how period blood affects your dog and what to do if he eats some. We’ll talk about when … Read more

My dog ate a Monstera Plant. What do I do?

Key Takeaways: You’ve just come home from work to dirt everywhere, your prized Monstera plant in shreds all over the hall rug, and a rather sheepish-looking pooch with tell tale soil on their snoot. Suddenly you wonder if they’ve eaten some and if it’s toxic to our furbabies. Well, you’re in the right place. Read … Read more