National Walking Day is the perfect time to shake off the winter slog and stretch your legs with your four-legged friend, but how often should you walk your pooch? Well, it depends on a few factors!
Has a puppy joined your family? When you have a playful pup, it’s a great sign that they’re content, but is there such a thing as TOO much play?
Night walks with your dog may seem daunting at first, but there are lots of easy ways to make your walks safe and enjoyable for you and your pup! Yappy explores the top 6 things to consider.
Dog walkers really are unsung heroes. Caring, loyal, and ready to walk your precious pooch in rain or shine, you can always count on them when life gets busy. If you’re looking for a gift to treat your dog walker, walk this way!
With Yappy’s step-by-step guide, you’ll soon learn how to use a dog whistle for recall. So, grab your dog treats and put your training cap on!
If you’re wondering why your dog doesn’t play anymore, it may be due to health issues, old age, fear or low physical activity levels. Keep reading as we explore each reason in more detail!
As a dog mom or dad, there is always a lingering question of what the best time is to feed your pup, especially when walkies are involved. Should I feed my dog before or after a walk?
Do you often find yourself going on the same walk with your pup and are you worried they’re becoming disinterested? Do dogs get bored of the same walk? Let’s find out!
What’s a dog's favorite thing? Toys? Treats? Nope, it’s walkies! Your pup absolutely loves spending time with you and playing outside. But what happens if you don’t play with your dog? Read on to find out.
Have you been on walkies with your pup and they’ve suddenly stopped walking and laid down on the floor? We know the frustration! Discover why your pup lays down & how to get them up again with our helpful guide.
Sometimes, it can be hard to tell if your dog is socializing or scrapping with other pups in the park. With this handy guide, you’ll soon be able to spot the difference between playing vs fighting.
Going for a stroll with your dog should be a walk in the park, right? And yet, these common mistakes can make it less fun for your dog, as well as other pups and their owners. Are you guilty of any of them?
When your dog is eager for a walk, it’s easy to rush out without checking you’ve got everything first. To make sure you’re prepared for all types of walks, read on for our checklist of dog walking essentials.
Ideal for walks and attaching your dog’s ID tag, there’s no denying that collars can be super useful for dog owners. But they can also be harmful if used wrongly.