On the road again! Make driving stress-free with your favorite furry friends and get to your destination safe and sound.
Our Clinical Pet Nutritionist (CPN), Johnna Devereaux, gives the thumbs up (or down) on dinner-table nibbles.
Prepare for an autumnal walk with these 3 practical tips!
Bow Wow Labs is excited to announce the opening of our NEW online Dog Health and Wellness Center. And, meet our Certified Clinical Pet Nutritionist, Johnna Devereaux!
Follow our expert tips to make sure that your pet’s safety and well-being are top priority this Halloween.
Are you looking to support your dog’s health with natural or alternative remedies for common maladies? If you’re curious about alternative medicine for your dog, this blog is for you.
While bringing your pet to work can require a lot of up-front planning, once you’ve got a routine in place, it can be one of the most rewarding ways to spend time with your pet. Follow these tips to make sure your co-workers, your dog and you can coexist safely and happily.
Back to school season is here! As the excitement builds, getting back into the school routine can bring up all kinds of emotions. Including your pooch on morning walks to school will be most successful if you keep these important safety tips in mind for school pick-up and drop-off.
Staying hydrated (especially in extreme heat) is important for your overall health, and just like us, dogs need water to live and thrive. Keep these tips in mind to help manage your dog’s water intake for a happier, healthier and safer summer!
Because pet ownership can become very expensive, we totally get it if you’re tempted to allow your dog to chew on his favorite toys until they’re completely destroyed and totally unrecognizable. You know the scene: plastic squeaker here - shredded fluff there - shards of plastic everywhere, and a guilty looking pooch licking his lips among the wreckage.
Dog ownership can be just as stressful as it is joyful, especially if your dog doesn’t like to be left alone. Even for the most committed dog owners, work, family and social commitments can get in the way of being able to give your dog constant attention and companionship.
Getting to know your pet is as important for bonding as it is for safety. For example, you can keep your dog (and others) happier and safer if you know whether your pup is tail sensitive, food motivated, cat aggressive, or prone to separation anxiety. You can even customize treats and toys for your dog.