14 Ways to Celebrate National Dog Day
Dog lovers all across the country are gearing up to celebrate National Dog Day on August 26th.
Happy "Take Your Dog to Work Day”! Dos and Don'ts of Bringing Your Dog to Work
On June 23rd this year, tens of thousands of dogs will be flooding the corporate world as delighted owners take their dogs to work. Keep these guidelines in mind, or else this may be the last time your company allows dogs to accompany their owners.
Dog Moms! 7 Reasons You Deserve to Celebrate Mother’s Day!
We all know that being a dog mom will affect your daily routines. That goes without saying. But do you realize all you’ve actually become now that you have a furbaby?
10 New Year's Resolutions for You and Your Dog
The New Year will bring challenges and opportunities, it is all about taking advantage of them. Here is a list of 10 New Year Resolutions for you and your dog.
10 Ways to Keep Your Dog Happy over Christmas
Merry Christmas pawrents and furbabies! To make sure everyone in the family is jolly, we put together a list to keep your furbaby smiling this Christmas!
5 Fun Dog Activities for the Christmas Season
The most wonderful time of the year is finally here! Your furbabies feel the holiday spirit in the air. Here are 5 fun dog activities for the Christmas season!
3 Reasons Why You Should Be Thankful for Your Dog
Dogs are the family we choose! This Thanksgiving, show your furbaby how much you appreciate all their love and care.
The Top 5 Most Common Dog Behaviour Problems
If you’re noticing problems with your pup, it’s helpful to know that many behavioural issues are common. And luckily, most can be solved at home with some dedicated training. Read on for the top five dog behaviour problems and their solutions.
Exercise Improves Dog Behaviour
Did you know that regular exercise improves your dog’s behaviour? Exercise is tied to a host of changes in physical and mental health, which is true for both easy exercise and more complex training. So, what kind of benefits can come from giving your pooch the exercise they need?
Why Do Dogs Sniff Everything?
Want to know why your dog is always sniffing around? Dogs have an incredible sense of smell and that’s how they understand the world. While we humans use our eyes to see the world, dogs use their noses to distinguish things around them. With an extremely precise nose, dogs love to sniff around, to explore, and to enjoy all the stimulating scents in this world. Read along to understand more about your dog’s sniffing behavior!
Types of Dog Treats Your Dog Should Avoid
As dog parents, we are the gatekeeper to our dog’s health, so we must feed them the right snacks. We’re listing out some treats you might want to be cautious of from raw hide to peanut butter, here are things you should watch out for.
What should I feed my dog? Dry, Cooked, or Raw Diet?
Have you ever thought about your dog’s diet the same way you think about your own? Dogs are hardcore foodies. With their incredible sense of smell and ultra specific taste receptors, dogs absolutely adore food. While humans have the option of dining in, cooking at home, or ordering takeout, dogs rely on their hoomans to pick the right diet for them.
Pet Supplies Must-haves for New Dog Owners
You’re ready to welcome a furbaby into your life, but have you prepared everything? We’ve compiled a list of things of must-have pet suppliers for new pet parents to prepare for your soon-to-be furchild
Dog Sitter v.s. Dog Walker
You don’t want to leave your buddy home alone all day. You might have tried hiring a dog walker so your dog can have some exercise while you’re gone. If you have a bit more budget, you might have tried a dog sitter so your pup can have all the attention they need.
How to Handle Separation Anxiety
Separation anxiety may be difficult to handle, especially when you hear the sad sounds your dog makes when you’re about to leave for work. So, how do you identify separation anxiety in your pup, and what do you do about it?
How Well Does Your Dog Understand You?
Do you ever wonder if your dog can understand you? Canine researchers estimate that a dog’s intelligence is close to that of a 2-year-old child. Pretty smart! This means that dogs are highly perceptive and pick up a lot about their owners, including their body language and smell. So, what are we communicating to our pups?
Why You Should Dogproof Your Doors
Have you ever been baffled by how your pup got into the garage, or maybe that one special room you try to keep extra nice for company? It’s a real mystery - until you catch them on camera with Furbo. We've got some tips to keep your dog from turning that doorknob!
Why Is Your Dog Destructive?
It’s happened to most of us. We come home, and the dog has shredded our couch pillows, shoes, or worse. But it’s important to remember that dogs don’t usually exhibit destructive behavior just to act out - it’s usually part of extreme anxiety.
Say Goodbye to Separation Anxiety with Furbo
Houseproof Against Holiday Hazards!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year - until your pup decides those ornaments look pretty tasty. Your little Grinch may wreak havoc on your Christmas decor, as one Furbo user discovered. Read his story and to keep your pup safe, try these tree-proofing techniques.
Best Dogs for People Who Work Full-Time
If you work outside the home but still want a fur baby to thoroughly lavish attention on, you may wonder what the best dog is for leaving home alone. Choosing the right dog can make a huge difference.
How Long Can You Leave a Dog Home Alone?
It’s a question everyone with a furbaby has asked at one point: ”How long can I leave my dog alone?” Whether you plan on heading out for a day trip, to work or to run errands, you may wonder whether it’s acceptable to leave your dog on his or her own for that length of time.
6 Reasons Why Dogs Tilt Their Heads
Perhaps the cutest thing dogs do is tilt their heads when they are looking at you. But why do they do it? There are six thoughts about why dogs tilt their heads...
The New Science of Dog Psychology
To know if what you are doing really makes them happy, you need to delve into the world of dog psychology.
Here's Why Two Dogs Are Better Than One
Although having more dogs means more work, there are numerous benefits to having more than one dog. From your personal health to dog’s mental wellness...
Heat Stroke in Dogs: Signs, Prevention, and Treatments
Heat stroke can be a real danger to dogs, and because they cannot exactly tell us when they start feeling the symptoms, it is our job to make sure that they don't overheat.
12 Reasons Dogs Howl, Whine, and Cry
Why does my dog howl, wine or cry? Is there a specific reason? See the 12 reasons to understand why dog howl, whine and cry...
Why Dogs Dig and How to Stop It
Why does my dog keep digging? And How should I stop it? Here are some tips for you to understand why dog dig and ways you can stop it...
10 Things Dog Parents Do That Only Dog Lovers Understand
Are you a REAL dog parent? Here are the 10 things that only the dog parents do and the dog lovers understand. Let's see how much you fit in...
10 Ways to Calm Your Dog Down During Fireworks
To a dog, the world is experienced through sight, sound and smell. Usually it’s a pretty interesting place. But on the Fourth of July, it can become a nightmare. Here are the 10 tips you can help your own puppy make it through the...
Who's a Good Dog! 9 Best "Home Alone" Dog Breeds
Thinking of starting a new life with a dog but you have to work every day? Consider these dog breeds that can do HOME ALONE very well...
How to Find a Good Dog Sitter? - 5 Things to Consider
Need someone to take care your furbaby? Here are 5 things you should consider when finding a qualified dog sitter so that you don't have to worry while you're away.
Secret Life of Dogs — 7 Things Dog Does When They Are Home Alone
What do they really do when you’re not around? Here are the top 7 things we’ve collected from more than 50,000 Furbo users around the world:
Dog Depression - Cause, Symptom, and Treatment
People often wonder, do dogs feel depression at all, and, if so, do they feel it in the same way that we do?
Why Laser Pointers Are Bad for Dogs?
This game looks fun and stimulating for dogs, and is absolutely entertaining to watch! However, the reality is that laser pointers are amongst the worse and most dangerous toys to play with your dog
Your Neighbor's Nightmare! 10 Breeds That Bark the Most
There are so many breeds to choose from—how do you decide? You also need to look at how easily they train, how big they’ll get, how much grooming and exercise
New Puppy Checklist! 10 Must-Haves for Your New Puppy
You have decided that it was time to get a new puppy. But before you bring him home, you should to be prepared. You’ll need numerous items to make him feel at home, check out the must-have supplies for your new puppy:
The Ultimate Destroyers: Top 10 Naughtiest Dog Breeds
“Oh, no! What happened here?” This cry of dismay is not unfamiliar to most of dog owners, because left on their own, our furbabies can wreck havoc in no time flat.
10 Dog Breeds That Don't Tolerate Being Left Alone
If you’re thinking about getting a dog that you know will spend time alone at home, do your homework first.
How To Prevent Your Dog From Getting Periodontal Disease
There are many things you can do to help your dog avoid periodontal disease.
Fruits Your Dog Can and Can't Eat
When they are craving what we are eating, especially when we are eating fruits or sweets, it can get dangerous. Some fruits are actually toxic, and your dog could be allergic to them.
Winter is here! 7 Tips to Keep Your Dog Warm This Winter!
What are the best ways to keep your dog warm this winter?
Top 4 Golden Retriever Health Problems!
Golden Retrievers are warm-hearted, yet hyper dogs. To keep them cheerful and healthy, we must watch out for their top 4 health problems.
The World Through The Eyes of a Dog
Do you ever wonder if your dog can see what you see? Do you think your dog can only see in black and white?
How To House Train Your Dog
House training is a must if you want to keep your pup happy and your house clean. Not only do puppies need to be house trained, older dogs might also need a reminder when moving into a new family or environment. While it may require some patience and love for your pup to understand the rules of the household, it should be one of the first steps in introducing a new furry member to the family.
Clicker Training Basics
One of the most common ways dogs are trained is through positive reinforcement, a method that uses rewards to encourage a certain dog behaviour. A clicker is a tool that makes positive reinforcement training more efficient for your dog. Read and learn more how you can train your dog at home with a clicker!
How to Train Your Dog With Rewards
Positive reinforcement is one of the easiest ways you can train your dog at home. You can reward your dog every time he or she does something right, which encourages that kind of good dog behaviour. While positive reinforcement is not too difficult to implement, there are still a few things to look out for when training your dog behaviour through rewards.
Clicker Training 101: What Is It and How to Do It?
Today clicker training has become the most popular dog training method in the world.
How to Train Your Dogs with Treats
Most dogs are motivated by food, so naturally, food is a very powerful training tool.
19 Expert Tips for Raising a Puppy While Working
Leaving a puppy alone while at work is no fun for anyone—neither you nor your furbaby. However, it may be necessary if you need to work to pay the bills and the dog food. If you’re working full time with a puppy, there are a few things you’ll want to do to when you’re trying to make it all work:
How To Stop My Dog From Barking When Left Home Alone
If you’re wondering how to stop your dog from dog barking while you’re away from home, there's many solutions to consider. Check out our resource guide!
10 Things You Can Do To Get 2 Dogs to Get Along
Thinking to get a paw brother for your dog? Here are the 10 things you need to know before having two dogs.
Puppy Talk 101 - How to Communicate with Your Pup
We LOVE talking to our dogs, but do they really understand? Follow our tips to make the communication between you and your pups faster and easier.
How to Raise a Puppy When You Work Full Time
Puppyhood is one of the most challenging times for dog parents. Fortunately working full time and raising a puppy is a well-travelled road and there is plenty of advice available from those who have walked in your shoes.
How to Keep Your Dog Safe When Home Alone
Many dogs suffer from separation anxiety which can cause them to become extremely stressed. However, there are some simple things you can do to keep him calm and busy until you return.
5 Steps to Train Your Puppy to Be Home Alone
For working moms, we cannot be with puppies 24/7 and that we have to leave them home alone. However, We can train our puppies to look forward to us leaving by putting the following measures in place.
5 Tips to Help Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety
Separation anxiety is a common issue for many dogs, and can be the root cause of a myriad of behavioral and health issues. With a little bit of time, you can usually eliminate many of these separation anxiety behaviors.
Do You Know How to Get Your Dog to Stop Barking?
Are you worried that your dog will start barking when you leave the house? Here are 4 reasons & solutions to prevent your dog from excessive barking.