10 Ways to Tire Your Dog out.

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1. Playing Fetch

This might seem like a no brainer, but you’d be surprised. A game of fetch is the perfect way to keep your dog focused on one thing, while tiring their energy out.

2. Taking a Walk

Dogs benefit tremendously from daily walks. They get to explore new scents and places, as well as burn off steam. I also love how there’s no end to a walk. Go as far as you’d like.

Photo by: @mazzer_the_basenji & @basenjis.nl

3. Interactive Dog Toys

I love the dog games where you fill the hidden compartments with treats! It’s a great way to challenge your pup. It tests their knowledge and keeps them focused.

The one I have: https://www.chewy.com/trixie-mini-mover-interactive-dog-toy/dp/146157

4. Swimming

Dogs are natural born swimmers. It’s a great way for them to have fun while building muscle. Your dog might be a little shy at first, but once they build the confidence to be in the water they’ll love it!

Photo by: @itsmabelthedog

5. Tug-of-War

This intense game will bring out the competition in your pet. All dogs, certain breeds more than others love playing this! The need to pull and bite something is a very dominate one.

6. Bicycle Running

If your not a fan of walking or running with your pup, this might be the thing for you! Riding your bicycle with your dog leashed to your side is a popular way to exercise not only you, but also your dog. It does take a little bit of practice.

Photo by: @cooper.thecollie

7. Hiking

Dogs love adventure. The curiosity of a new place and smell excites them! You’ll find your pup way more relaxed after a nice hike. It’ll even help clear your mind as well.

8. CBD and Hemp Oil

These natural alternatives are great for relaxing your pet. If you worry about separation anxiety or stress in your pets this is something you should try. CBD oil has been known to alleviate many issues with nervousness and paranoia in dogs.

9. Agility/Sport Training

An incredibly way to bond with your dog while tiring them out. Agility builds so many characteristics for your dog. It helps them work on: obedience, endurance, strength, concentration, and so much more!

10. Hunting

Certain breeds were bred for this! If your dog has the natural instinct to hunt, go for it. This can benefit the both of you in the long run.

Hunting Breeds:

German Shorthaired Pointer


Golden Retriever


Photo by: @mack_the_doge

Best Dog Toys of January 2020!

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Spunky Pup fetch & glow ball

“It is the only toy I like to play with! I love playing fetch with my humans and I can see it when it’s dark! My mom got it for me when there was a storm and we lost power so I would still have something to play with!”

Photo by: @sammy_the_senior_dachshund

Dog rope toy – mini – boots & barkley

“Neela is a toy shredder! This rope is long lasting, I’ve had it for about six months now. It’s great because she hasn’t been able to destroy and unravel it yet like other rope toys.”

Photo by: @neelatheweina


KONG Classic Flyer Frisbee Dog Toy

“Dis is meh favorite toy ever! It’s a KONG Frisbee so it’s flexible AND more fun to play with! It acts just like a regular frisbee but since it’s flexible you can do more.”

Photo by: @fluffy.husky.chief

Margarita loco by lulubelles power plush

“Bluebelle loves being apart of girls night with her own margarita! It’s squeaky, plush, and hiliarious.”

Photo by: @bluebellethefloof

nerf 3-ring tug dog toy

“One of Finn’s favorite toys is the NERF dog tug toy! He’s played with this bad boy every day since Christmas and there’s not even one single teefies mark to be found! If you have yourself a super chewer, run to target and thank me later! This thing CANNOT be destroyed!”

Photo by: @finniganbernardcollins


vibrant life cozy buddy sock monkey

“Charlie his monkey was his lovey since infancy. He would carry it everywhere. Plus it’s cute for photography.”

Photo by: @itsapollothehusky

KONG safestix dog toy

“Henry loves sticks but is it really dangerous to play with wood. So the KONG SafeStix is perfect for him. It is undestroyable so far. (Henry destroys most toys in no time.)”

Photo by: @henry_the_dobermann


“I have a lapdog who doesn’t really need to be outdoors all the time – so this ball solves all my indoor fetch problems. My dogs very tiny, but always loves a challenge with toys that are “bigger” to her, so it’s always a great option for her to cuddle with or chomp down on as she’s also teething! I also love it’s unique, fun designer design. It’s just different to all the normal dog toys, and gives more of a human appeal to the toy, which I find interesting.”

Photo by: @lunathemaltesee


KONG cozie marvin the moose plush Dog Toy

“The KONG Cozie has been a great durable stuffed toy for our pint sized super chewer. This toy has been the only one to survive the teething phase and he still carries it everywhere with him.”

Photo by: @hyde_the_bullterror

chuckit! Ultra squeaker ball

“Although it seems like it’s just a ball, whether we’re playing fetch, or Duke is simply holding it in his mouth, he can’t seem to get enough of his favorite toy!”

Photo by: @dukeythedobie

aussie naturals parrot flattie dog toy

“I can’t decide which toy I like more, but the leather feels good on my teething puppy mouth, and the toy has six squeakers so I take him everywhere.”

Photo by: @pheeboroni

KONG spiral ring Dog Toy

“Don’t let this weirdly shaped toy fool you, it’s a winner! If you’ve got a big chewer, this toy is perfect for your pup! It dispenses treats, it’s durable, it doesn’t make sounds and your pup will love shaking it around! Moose gives it two paws up!”

Photo by: @moose_the_pyr

Grriggles monkeys first knot rope toy

“This chew toy is Iverson’s favorite! The rope material is great for his teeth and also helps me to throw it further to give him more exercise and fun!”

Photo by: @iverson_groodle

Genesis & Gunner’s Pick: Zesty Paws

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If you’re in the market or just curious about healthy pet products, you’re in luck! Zesty Paws offer a wide variety of products. They carry healthy bites, broth boosters, shampoo & conditioner, dental spray, probiotics, and fish oil. These items contain amazing, fortifying ingredients.

Mobility Broth Booster

Why we picked it:

  • Super easy way to incorporate glucosamine into your dog’s diet.
  • Promotes hip & joint health in all dogs.
  • Helps with inflammation and pain.
  • ONLY real ingredients.

They provide products for dogs in all stages of life. From puppy to senior, your dog will be taken care of!

Here are some great products for different stages of life:

Photo by: @genesis.gsd

“We love the Superfood Bites because they are the easiest way to a healthy dog! These bites promote healthy digestion in all stages of life. My dogs both love the taste of these and will gladly eat them.”


  • Glucosamine HCI
  • OptiMSM®
  • Chondroitin Sulfate
  • Eggshell Membrane
  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Chicken Bone Broth
  • Citric Acid
  • Coconut Glycerin
  • Flaxseed
  • Mixed Tocopherols
  • Oregano
  • Plum
  • Rosemary Extract
  • Tapioca Syrup
  • Vegetable Fiber

Photo by: @gunnerdobgsd

“Mobility Broth Booster is a great treat to add to your pup’s food. It’s super easy to mix in! This broth booster is specifically made to promote hip and joint health in dogs. It’s a great choice for not only dogs who struggle with their mobility but it also can help deter a future problem.”

10 Things Great Pyrenees Are Known For.

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Naturally Protective

The Great Pyrenees was bred as a livestock guardian dog. This gives them the will to protect their owners. Their everlasting loyalty is one solid trait in all Pyrenees.

Photo by: @summit_the_greatpyr

Royauté de France

This breed was popularized in France during the Renaissance. They were owned by many French royals. The Great Pyrenees was valued so much for their intense scents of smell and hearing.

Photo by: @clouddapup

Smarty Pants

These working dogs are very intelligent. They are incredibly observational and catch on quickly to things. There willingness to learn makes them easier to train!

Photo by: @fauxfarmfixer


Gigantic Pups

The Great Pyrenees weighs anywhere from 85 to 140 pounds! They are very large, and their thick luscious coat only adds to their size. They are known as one of the largest mountain dogs.

Photo by: @cha_cha_great_pyrenees

Your Mellow Mate

The breed is known to be very calm and patient. This means they are good with kids. Don’t mistake them for easy-going though, they can spring into action in a split second if needed!

Photo by: @ranger_tails

Low Maintenance Coat

Surprisingly, the Great Pyrenees doesn’t require tons of grooming needs. Their double coat is tangle and dirt resistant. Brushing is the only thing you will want to keep up on. This will help with the shedding.

Photo by: @danielleannreim

The Perfect Cuddler

Don’t let these strong beasts fool you, they love snuggling up with their loved ones. There’s plenty of warmth to go around! This breed is especially affectionate and will show you all the time.

Photo by: @maybelles_great_adventures

Ancient Pooch

The first known remains of the Great Pyrenees date back to the Bronze Age. We’re talking 1800-1000 BC! Now that’s some serious history. They didn’t appear in the United States until 1824 though.

Photo by: @saycheese_brie


Snow White Coat

The breed standard for this pup includes a white or mostly white coat. It is not uncommon to see markings on their coat. Grey, reddish brown, and tan are the most frequently seen colors.

Photo by: @dss.luna

Great In Cold Climates

Their thick coat helps keep them warm in harsh winter weather. They have a double coat especially for the winter. The usually shed it by spring to lighten up for the warmer months.

Photo by: @eloisethegreatpyrenees

10 Inexpensive High Quality Dog Treats.

We want the best for our dogs, so it’s only natural that we want to feed them the best! With so many dog treats on the market it’s hard to tell which ones are safe. Many use cheap harmful ingredients and fillers to stretch their penny. Here are some companies that care about your pup as much as you do!


Spot Farms Chicken Apple Sausage Recipe

Ingredient List:

  • Chicken
  • Apples
  • Honey
  • Brown Rice
  • Clycerin
  • Salt
  • Vinegar
  • Natural Flavor
  • Rosemary Extract
  • Cinnamon
  • Allspice


Hill’s Natural Soft Savories with Peanut Butter & Banana Dog Treats

Ingredient List:

  • Peanut Butter
  • Potatoes
  • Wheat Flour
  • Cane Molasses
  • Glycerin
  • Peanuts
  • Chicken Fat
  • Bananas
  • Peas
  • Pork Gelatin
  • Natural Flavorings
  • Skim Milk
  • Citric Acid
  • Lactic Acid
  • Tocopherols for Freshnes


The Dog Bakery Dipped Classic Box Set

Ingredient List:

  • Wheat Flour
  • Eggs
  • Baking Soda
  • Baking Powder
  • Applesauce
  • Honey
  • Shortening
  • Carrots
  • Yogurt
  • Peanuts
  • Cinnamon


Wellness WellBites Grain-Free Beef & Turkey Recipe

Ingredient List:

  • Beef
  • Turkey
  • Chickpeas
  • Ground Potatoes
  • Vegetable Glycerin
  • Guar Gum
  • Carrots
  • Cane Molasses Salt
  • Natural Smoke Flavor
  • Blueberries
  • Garlic Powder
  • Flaxseed
  • Phosphoric Acid
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Apples
  • Sorbic Acid (a preservative) Mixed Tocopherols added to preserve freshness
  • Rosemary Extract
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Spearmint Extract


Prairie Dog Smokehouse Jerky Country Chicken

Ingredient List:

  • Chicken
  • Egg
  • Skim Milk
  • Glucosamine Hydrochloride
  • Chondroitin Sulfate
  • Vitamin C
  • Salt
  • Mixed Tocopherols
  • Citric Acid


Bocce’s Bakery Quack Quack Quack Duck & Blueberry Recipe

Ingredient List:

  • Oat Flour
  • Duck
  • Blueberries
  • Ground Rice
  • Ground Oats
  • Molasses
  • Coconut Glycerin
  • Flaxseed
  • Citric Acid


The Honest Kitchen Beams Ocean Chews Cod Fish Skins

Ingredient List:

  • Dehydrated Cod Fish Skins


Pawtriotic Pumpkin Pie Dog Treats

Ingredient List:

  • Rye Flour
  • Molasses
  • Pumpkin Puree
  • Cinnamon
  • Canola Oil
  • Ground Peanuts
  • Water


Wholesome Pride Pet Treats Sweet Potato Fries

Ingredient List:

  • Dehydrated Sweet Potato


Primal Turkey Liver Munchies Freeze-Dried Dog & Cat Treats

Ingredient List:

  • Turkey Liver

Mixed Breeds of the Month | November 2019

Photo by: @gunnerdobgsd

Rescuing a “mutt” or “potcake” is one of the most rewarding things you can do. These dogs are counting on you to save them from the traumatic reality which is their life.

Border collie + Labrador Retriever + Flat-coated retriever

Photo by: @balder_the_mixedbreed

Ibizan Hound + German Shorthaired pointer + Brittany Spaniel

Photo by: @muffinslllife

Shar pei + Beagle

Photo by: @mileythesharpeagle


English bulldog + Beagle

Photo by: @puppy_princess_peach

american pit bull terrier + German shepherd dog

Photo by: @brunobearthemutt

Labrador Retriever + Poodle + English cocker spaniel

Photo by: @joyaracena


German shepherd dog + Labrador retriever

Photo by: @apollo_1026

Siberian husky + Pomeranian

Photo by: @pomsky_guus

australian cattle dog + Border collie + Rat terrier

Photo by: @grizzytheacdmix