Keep Your Pup Cool and Hydrated This Summer

To protect your dog from heat stress and heat related illnesses, keep your dog cool and hydrated when temperatures begin to really heat up. Before you head out to have some fun in the sun with your pooch, keep these tips in mind to keep your dog safe in the heat: Make sure your dog… Read more »

Why Children Should Grow Up With a Dog

A home isn’t complete without a dog. Has your child been asking to buy a furry friend? You might want to consider it if you have the means to take care of one. Saying yes to your eager child and expanding your family may be a smarter decision than you think. While cuddling and playing… Read more »

National Pet ID Week Celebrated April 16-22

If you are a pet owner, your pets are some of the most important things in your life. If something was to happen and they would get lost, what would your first step be? If your pet is not microchipped or doesn’t have a collar with their identification, the chances of your pet returning home… Read more »

Your Pup and the Easter Season

The holidays are a very fun time of year for the whole family, but come with hidden threats to your pets. There are some elements to holiday celebrations, like foods and decorations that can be very harmful for example, if your pet ingests dangerous foods or gets tangled in your decorations. With Easter just around… Read more »

Clearing the Air: How to Keep Your Home Smelling Fresh (Even When Your Pup Doesn’t)

Dog owners love their canine companions, of course, but most dog owners don’t love is the odor that your pet can sometimes put off. Walking into your house to a pungent odor after a long day at work is anything but appealing. While there are many ways you can cover or eliminate odors with sprays… Read more »

A Big Deal: How Being Overweight Can Impact a Dog’s Health

Many of use January as a time to set about our resolutions for the new year, and one of the most important and popular ones is a dedication to losing weight. Maintaining a healthy weight is important – not just for us, though, but also for our dogs. Smaller breeds are extremely vulnerable to weight… Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions for You and Your Dog

As we approach the new year, many of us are deciding on how we would like to better ourselves once 2017 arrives. New Year’s resolutions do not have to only involve ourselves, however; they don’t even have to involve humans. Exercise More All dog owners can opt to exercise more with your dog after ringing… Read more »

Holidays, Travel and Your Pup: Tips for Flying

Some of the best parts of the holidays involve visiting friends and family. However, if your friends and family are outside of driving distance, you may need to fly. But what does this mean for your furry friend? We’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks to get you and your pup prepared for flying…. Read more »

Winter Weather and Small Dogs

Winter is coming. That’s not just a popular phrase for “Game of Thrones” fans, it’s a warning for pet owners too. Some dog breeds are better adapted to handle the cold weather of winter. In general, smaller dogs, like many of the breeds here at Pauley’s Pups, are in need of a bit of extra… Read more »

Things Dogs Teach Us About Life

Self-help books, motivational videos and even inspirational quotes taped to the bathroom mirror can help guide us through life and provide us with lessons and words to live by. However, you can find an often-overlooked source of guidance right in your living room: your family dog! Here are four things dogs can teach us about… Read more »