DIY Pupsicles – a cool treat on a hot day!

2017-07-12T08:21:59+00:00

Did you know the average body temperature of a dog is between 38.3 and 39.2 degrees celsius? That’s approximately 2 degrees hotter than a human. Heat stroke and heat exhaustion are dangerous situations for any dog. One way to help them beat the heat and cool down is to make them their very own dog friendly [...]

DIY Pupsicles – a cool treat on a hot day! 2017-07-12T08:21:59+00:00

How to Handle Dog Park Bullies!

2017-06-28T10:20:17+00:00

We've all been there, you're enjoying a fun afternoon romp with your pup at the local dog park, when out of nowhere your dog gets jumped by a four-legged tyrant who won’t play by the rules. Instead of running, chasing, and play-wrestling, they pounce on your sweet dog in an overly exuberant and, this is [...]

How to Handle Dog Park Bullies! 2017-06-28T10:20:17+00:00

DGW’s Client of The Month – June – Brutus & Maggie!

2017-06-07T08:46:36+00:00

At Dog Gone Walking, we form amazing bonds with our clients, over years of visiting and getting to know all their quirks and unique personalities. We’re trying something new and choosing to spotlight a specific client each month, with the help of our sponsor Ren's Pets Depot, to show off some of the incredible pets [...]

DGW’s Client of The Month – June – Brutus & Maggie! 2017-06-07T08:46:36+00:00

The Magic of the Kukur Tihar Dog Festival in Nepal!

2017-05-29T08:47:05+00:00

In Nepal and India, there is a Hindu festival known as Diwali, or the festival of lights. Each day of the holiday has its own focus—crows, cows, siblings, and the goddess of wealth each get a day depending on the denomination of Hinduism to which you ascribe. In Nepal, Diwali is called Tihar and the [...]

The Magic of the Kukur Tihar Dog Festival in Nepal! 2017-05-29T08:47:05+00:00

Cottage Safety Tips For Your Pet!

2017-05-26T06:51:17+00:00

Canadians are well known for our love of the cottage life. Once the warm weather hits, most of us head up to our cottages for some summer fun. A lot of us bring our four legged family members along for the trip, and a trip up north is fun for everyone,  if you remember some of [...]

Cottage Safety Tips For Your Pet! 2017-05-26T06:51:17+00:00

DGW’s Client of The Month – May – Ruby!

2017-05-17T20:31:48+00:00

At Dog Gone Walking, we form amazing bonds with our clients, over years of visiting and getting to know all their quirks and unique personalities. We’re trying something new and choosing to spotlight a specific client each month, with the help of our sponsor Ren's Pets Depot, to show off some of the incredible pets [...]

DGW’s Client of The Month – May – Ruby! 2017-05-17T20:31:48+00:00

What’s the difference between ticks and fleas?

2017-05-09T21:45:27+00:00

Spring has sprung - and you may or may not have heard that fleas and ticks appear in as low as 4 degree celsius weather! We've definitely reached that time. Do you know what you're up against this flea and tick season? Let's get armed with knowledge and fight these suckers before they call your [...]

What’s the difference between ticks and fleas? 2017-05-09T21:45:27+00:00

Poop Power: How Dog Waste Can Save The Environment!

2017-04-28T06:39:40+00:00

Waterloo recently announced that we will soon host a pilot program that will turn dog waste into energy, using a process called anaerobic digestion, which happens when organic waste breaks down in an environment without oxygen. So how exactly does that work? How does poop power your laptop? Dog poop is one of the most [...]

Poop Power: How Dog Waste Can Save The Environment! 2017-04-28T06:39:40+00:00

DGW’s Client of The Month – April – Marco and Molly!

2017-04-12T21:19:02+00:00

At Dog Gone Walking, we form amazing bonds with our clients, over years of visiting and getting to know all their quirks and unique personalities. We’re trying something new and choosing to spotlight a specific client each month, with the help of our sponsor Ren's Pets Depot, to show off some of the incredible pets [...]

DGW’s Client of The Month – April – Marco and Molly! 2017-04-12T21:19:02+00:00

Xylitol: this sugar substitute is a serious danger to your dog

2017-04-12T19:58:48+00:00

With Easter approaching, sweets are everywhere and practically unavoidable! We know you keep chocolate out of your pup's reach, but beware of the ingredient popping up more and more lately, which has been sending countless dogs to the hospital or worse. Xylitol is a sugar subsitute common in many "diet" foods we consume, such as [...]

Xylitol: this sugar substitute is a serious danger to your dog 2017-04-12T19:58:48+00:00

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