We know that all dogs are equally lovable, but sadly, there are tons of shelter pups out there who are passed up due to age, special needs, breed, or because they are part of a bonded pair. That is why Adopt A Less Adoptable Pet week is so important!
We are excited to celebrate Service Dog Awareness Month! A special month where we take the time to recognize these special dogs for not only being the very best friends, but truly selfless heroes that really go the extra mile for their humans. Today, we are showcasing the dynamic duo of Sarah and Edison.
National Dog Day looks to showcase shelter dogs of all kinds and encourages the adoption of dogs from animal shelters, rather than purchasing from puppy mills. So, how can we do our part to redirect some of those able-bodied future pawrents to adopting a shelter dog rather than purchasing a pup? See here!
Whether it be a lake, sprinkler, or kiddie pool, your dog can have all the summertime fun while remaining nice and cool. Luckily, most of Jolly Pets' products float for all the water-time fun! Get ready to spoil your pup with these toys that really make a splash!
June 26th is Take Your Dog to Work Day! A day where typically dog-free offices are filled with happy barks, tail wags, and wet kisses. While this day is a special, once-a-year treat for most people, every day is Take Your Dog to Work Day at the Jolly Pets office!
Having some essential boredom breakers are crucial to keeping your dog from terrorizing your home. Toys that promote slow feeding, healthy chewing, and mentally stimulating "puzzles" are great options to keep your pup's mind sharp and occupied, inside or out.
May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month! Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs over the age of 10, and 50% of dogs over the age of 10 will develop cancer. Since dogs can't tell us when something is wrong, it is up to us to monitor our furry family members to ensure they are healthy and receive prompt care when needed.
If you've had a hard time figuring out just how to cure your pup's dog park deprivation during quarantine, then check out these fun ways that you can safely bring the fun outside! Getting outside is the remedy both you and your dog need to really kick those quarantine blues.
During times like these, it is easy for our mental and physical health to slip. If your health does take a toll, being a dog pawrent could actually help. There are a number of proven health benefits that result from having a dog in your life, and those benefits really shine through in the age of social distancing.
Covid-19 is the topic on all of our minds lately, and as we go through life trying to navigate this new normal, it is easy to forget that pets can be just as impacted as we are. Like any natural disaster, our local animal shelters are feeling the heat and will need a little extra support.
Heartworm Awareness Month is here and during a time where our health is on our minds now more than ever, it is just as important that we are keeping our furry family members healthy as well! Keeping your dog on a regular heartworm preventative regimen is crucial for their health and should never be neglected.
A great way to relax and put your mind at ease while practicing social distancing is by having a dog-friendly self-care day. This is a great way to keep you busy, while creating a healthy bonding experience for you and your dog (who is already so happy to have you home with them).