DogiZone Blog

Green Pet Companies Contribute to America Recycles Day

By Elesha Jones | Nov 9, 2021

Many industries have turned their attention to becoming responsible stewards of the environment. So much so that America Recycles Day is November 15. There are several green pet companies that have joined this line of thinking and developed very unique and revolutionary ways to lower the carbon footprint in all aspects of pet care.  DogiZone…

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Protect Your Pet – Even When You Are Not There

By Elesha Jones | Oct 20, 2021

At DogiZone, we know you want to protect your pet at all times. October is National Animal Safety and Protection Month, and we would like to highlight a few important ways to keep your pet safe even if you are not at home.  Dog-Proof Your House   Most people are aware of the importance of puppy-proofing,…

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How And When To Switch Your Dog’s Food

By Elesha Jones | Oct 11, 2021

Throughout their lives, dogs, just like people, have different nutritional needs; so it’s important to know how and when to switch your dog’s food. Puppies are rapidly growing and developing, and they need the right nutrients for optimal growth, including higher levels of protein. Adult dogs are more likely to require a maintenance diet that…

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Exercising Your Dog Can Do Wonders

By Elesha Jones | Sep 17, 2021
Exercising Your Dog

Discover How to Have a Well-Behaved Pet By Exercising Your Dog [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSan3vdiVb8[/embedyt] So, do you want to have one of those amazing dogs that everybody’s jealous of and wishes they could have?  It’s really easy.  See, people make this much more difficult than it has to be. I’m gonna give you the simple tip…

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How to Stay on Top of Pet Dental Hygiene

By Elesha Jones | Sep 13, 2021

Early tooth loss is a significant pet dental hygiene problem for many dogs as they move from their teenage years into the adult and senior years. The good news is that dog owners can develop simple but effective dental health routines that help dogs fight tooth decay and gum problems that are directly related to…

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Tips For Maintaining Your Dog’s Coat And Skin

By Elesha Jones | Aug 29, 2021

It’s important to use the right products and methods when maintaining dogs coat. While DogiZone offers professional grooming services that include baths and customized grooming services, we also know that some of our dog owners love to take care of this on their own.  DogiZone will offer DIY Dog Washing Stations at our new DogiMarket…

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Do Something Great For A Dog On National Holistic Pet Day On August 30th

By Elesha Jones | Aug 12, 2021

There are two different options that consumers can choose when shopping for dog foods in their local grocery or pet store. These two options are science-based diets or holistic pet foods.  At DogiZone, we are very happy to announce we are adding several different options in holistic pet food to our DogiMarket shelves for when…

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August 10th Is Spoil Your Dog Day – Spread The Word

By Elesha Jones | Jul 30, 2021

Do you spoil your dog on a regular basis? August 10th is the official National Spoil Your Dog Day. Spoiling your dog doesn’t have to mean a lot of treats and snacks, although there is certainly nothing wrong with something special on that day. A better and healthier way to spoil your dog is to…

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The Dangers Of Dehydration For Dogs

By Elesha Jones | Jul 14, 2021

The summer months are a great time to go hiking, play at the dog park, or simply go on long walks around the neighborhood or on a local trail. July has officially been designated as National Pet Hydration Awareness month to help pet owners understand the dangers of dehydration for dogs. Most people are very…

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Including Your Pet In Home Fire Safety Plans

By Lyndsay Phillips | Jul 2, 2021

Every family should have a pet fire safety plan. This is a plan that ensures everyone in the family knows what to do and where to go in the event of a fire or another type of dangerous situation in the home or residence. Often overlooked in the development of a fire plan is the…

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Setting Up A Simple Backyard Obstacle Course For Dog

By Lyndsay Phillips | Jun 17, 2021

Most dog enthusiasts have spent more than a few hours watching dog agility events online or on television. These are always fun and exciting, with athletic dogs of all sizes, breeds, and types hurdling over jumps, across obstacles, through tunnels, and even up and over the A-frame and balancing on the Teeter. It is surprisingly…

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Part One: Dog Food Pros And Cons – Commercial Dog Food Options

By Lyndsay Phillips | Jun 1, 2021

Today, there are more types of commercial dog food on the market than ever before. Each particular type of dog food has pros and cons, and it is up to the dog owner to choose the best option for their puppy or dog. There is no one type of dog food that is the ideal…

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Setting Up A Simple Backyard Obstacle Course For Your Dog

By Lyndsay Phillips | May 20, 2021

Most dog enthusiasts have spent more than a few hours watching dog agility events online or on television, which has inspired a backyard obstacle course for your dog. These are always fun and exciting, with athletic dogs of all sizes, breeds, and types hurdling over jumps, across obstacles, through tunnels, and even up and over…

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Tips To Teach Kids About Dog Bite Prevention

By Lyndsay Phillips | May 10, 2021

Children who have dogs at home or have a history of positive interactions with dogs tend to see every canine as a friendly companion, but it’s important to teach them about dog bite prevention. While parents want children to grow up with a love of dogs and comfort in interacting, it is also important to…

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National Adopt A Greyhound Month – Tips For Raising a Greyhound

By Andrew Fraser | Apr 12, 2021

A greyhound is a very ancient breed of dog, and they can be traced back to hunting dogs used in ancient Egypt. They are part of the hound group, and they were valued due to their incredible ability to spot prey and give chase. Today, most greyhounds are not used for hunting, but they are…

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