The holidays are a time of celebration for you, your family, and furry friends! Holidays bring cheer, family gatherings, and pets spoiled with extra treats. It’s okay to want to celebrate with your dog – but it’s important to know what holiday food is okay for dogs to eat and what isn’t.
While bathing your dog at home is a good option, a professional groomer takes extra steps to keep your dog's fur/coat, skin, nails and ears healthy. Here are 5 SIGNS your dog needs to see a professional dog groomer.
It’s that time of year when you’re busy buying school supplies and doing back-to-school shopping to get everyone ready. And it's easy to focus on your kids during this time, but don’t forget about your dog...
Whether it’s the 4th of July, New Year’s Eve, or another special occasion, fireworks are a staple many people use to celebrate. And as wonderful as it can be to see fireworks, many of our animals do not share our enjoyment.
At Fit & Go Pets, we’re all about educating our pet families. So in our effort to bring more awareness and knowledge around all things pets, we’re inviting our community partners to share their expertise with you.
We only want the best for our dogs. The best food, the best experiences, the best family. But we also want the best products so our rescue pups feel loved, safe, and secure. So here is a list of the 5 top products all rescue dogs – young or old – need in their home!
Summer means warm weather, blue skies, and trips to explore your favorite vacation spots or seek new ones. And if you’re planning on bringing your dog along, there are a few things you need to consider to prepare your dog for summer travels.
The main reason dogs are returned to the shelter is because of “behavioral issues,” like potty inside, separation anxiety, digging or chewing, biting or jumping, food aggression, etc. All these traits can be trained out with proper training. Learn more!
It's scary to think about dog theft, but it happens more often than people can imagine. A recent Washington Post article explains canine theft is on the rise. Dog thieves pray mostly on small expensive breeds. Avoid the heartache of getting your dog stolen.