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The days of barking at the mailman are slowly becoming a thing of the past, and West Paw Design is embracing the change. Like robotic storks carrying precious cargo, our high-tech drones maneuver through the skies on missions from our Montana headquarters to deliver your order right to your door. They do it so quietly and swiftly you won’t even know it has happened until you discover a box full of WPD treasures waiting to be unpacked.
Studies have shown that hair is the feature we notice first when we meet someone new, whether they have two legs or four. Make sure your dog or cat is feeling 100% confident about this most important physical characteristic. Provide your pet with a comfortable, non-toxic, earth-friendly hairpiece from West Paw Design’s new line of wigs and toupees.
You may read this title and think, “There is no Zen for the parent of a teething puppy!” True, a teething puppy requires extra supervision and care, but with the right precautions you and your pet can survive the “terrible tooths” with less stress.
A puppy, like a human, will get two sets of teeth during his lifetime. By the time he’s around four months old, a puppy will have 28 deciduous teeth or “puppy teeth.” He’ll have a whopping 42 permanent or “adult” teeth by the time he’s around six or seven months old.
Thinking of getting a frisky young dog on this National Puppy Day? Consider visiting an animal shelter or rescue organization. By adopting a puppy from a shelter or rescue, you’ll avoid supporting commercial puppy breeding facilities—sometimes referred to as puppy mills or “backyard breeders”—that breed dogs for profit. Need another reason to adopt? Check out our "5 Smart Reasons to Adopt A Puppy" infographic. Better yet, help us celebrate National Puppy Day and share this infographic with your friends.
For those of us who live in regions with four distinct seasons, spring’s ample sunshine, welcomed warmer temperatures, and budding trees often come with an ample dose of mud. Rain showers and snowmelt transform the soil into a mucky, messy sludge to which dogs seem helplessly, happily magnetized. Springtime excursions with your favorite canine can be as muddy as they are fun, and, when it’s time to go home, some of that mud is inevitably—though innocently—carried by paws and fur back into your vehicle. The pooch doesn’t mean to make a mess, but still, the constant cleanup is a hassle.
Do you wonder if adding another pet to your family will result in a house that’s full of the hair shed by your four-legged friend? If you’ll walk around with an undesired layer of Fido or Fuzzy’s fur on all your favorite clothes? Or make a new hobby out of vacuuming? Fear not!
Some dog and cat breeds are known for being minimal shedders, or for not shedding at all, which can make your annual spring cleaning a much simpler endeavor. Here are some low- or no-shedding dogs and cats to consider:
We've all heard that owning a dog is good for you... According to the website, Psychology Today, dogs are known to increase your quality of life as well as your longevity. Pet owners typically have lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol than non-pet-owners! If you don't already own a dog, here are some breeds to check out if you love dog snuggles and cuddles...