Want to dress up your pooch this year? We want to show you some of the most exciting, funny, and interesting costumes you can dress your best friend in, regardless of whether your dog is helping you hand out candies, or going for a jaunty walk on Halloween.
Barbecues are always a great way to spend an afternoon. It can be really relaxing to get outside and grill some food. Food grilled over a flame just tastes better. But if you get that grill ready, your dog might start begging. The good news is that there are several Read More
Your dogs are probably so excited that they now get to spend quality time with you if you’re working from home. Lots of dogs are getting extra walks, extra play time, and more during this time. What’s great about this is that you can improve your relationship with your dog, Read More
With the recent concerns of Coronavirus, we wanted to reach out to you all to let you know what BlueDog is doing to take precautions for you and our team.
Hitting the road with your pet for the holidays doesn’t have to be a stressful situation. In fact, with the right preparations, taking your pet along is not only easy, but a also a fun experience! Here are a few tips to get you started for traveling by car with pets.
We can hardly believe that it has been just over a year since the unfortunate gas explosions and subsequent evacuations in Andover, North Andover and Lawrence. We will hopefully never have to experience something like that again. However, as we approach winter, there is always a threat of a winter Read More
You may have heard of the “5 second rule” when taking a dog out for a walk on a hot day. What is it exactly and how is it conducted?
We all know that it’s important to reward good behavior when it comes to properly training a dog. But what happens if your dog is bad and you ignore his bad behavior? Many people believe the idea of “positive training” is reward good things, and ignore bad ones, but can Read More
When our walkers take a client’s dog out for a walk, we advise them never to chance any sort of on leash meeting with another dog or a person. On leash meetings can put a dog in an uncomfortable situation, and may cause a dog to respond poorly or negatively Read More
Coyotes are a common predator in New England. You may hear them at night or even spot them during the day. The problem is, there is a lot of misinformation about coyotes, their habits, and what they can or can’t do that may harm your dogs or pets.