Author: YoCanine

Helping you connect with your canine. We offer pup parents health tips, recipes, activity ideas, DIYs and more.

Adopting a new puppy is an important decision and one that you should not make lightly. Remember that adopting a dog is a commitment that lasts for their entire lifetime. To make sure you are ready for your new pup and aware of the commitment you are making, get the following things done before finalizing the adoption. 1.  Make Sure You’re Ready for a Puppy The very first thing to think about is whether you are really ready to handle a puppy. Remember that adopting a puppy is not right for everyone. You can also adopt an older dog. It…

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Watermelon is a refreshing summer snack and it’s one that dogs just love too. But is it healtht for them? This pink fruit is a good choice to give your dog as a snack, but there’s a few caveats. First, we’ll dive into the health benefits of watermelon for dogs and then address whether dogs can eat watermelon rind, watermelon with white seeds and other common questions. Keep reading for your full guide on dogs and watermelons Can Dogs Eat Watermelon? Dogs can eat watermelon but try to serve them a seedless, rindless piece, as recommended by the American…

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From surprising gifts to accidents, dogs have their own way of contributing to the holidays. When things get a little too hectic in the Christmas madness, they remind us to lighten up a little. Add a little humor to the holiday season with these dog memes.

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TikTok gives people a lot of idiotic ideas but not the canine content is worth watching. The viral dog painting challenge has dogs thanking the social media gods for an oppawtunity to eat peanut butter. Your dog will gladly participate. And you’ll love the outcome. This DIY dog lick painting is so fun to make! And even more special to keep furever. The best part is you’ll only need a few things: a canvas, paint, Ziplock bag and peanut butter. Here’s how it works: You put paint splotches on a blank canvas. You put said canvas into a Ziplock bag.…

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One way to get your dog involved with the holidays is to make a homemade dog Christmas ornament. In this post, we’re giving you the steps to DIY your own paw print decoration. You probably already have the ingredients in your kitchen. With that and some decorating supplies, you’re all set to make a beautiful paw print keepsake that will last for years to come. Homemade Dog Paw Print Christmas Ornament If you want to make an ornament the easiest way, you may consider buying a paw print Christmas ornament kit, which includes everything you need. For true DIYers,…

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If you’re looking for a festive snack to make for your pup, try these Santa Paws DIY homemade Christmas dog treats! They’re a healthy option that only requires two ingredients. Only taking a few minutes to make and no need to bake, your pup will be in the holiday spirit in no time. You’ll need a blender, a freezer, silicone trays, some yogurt and frozen or fresh raspberries. Ready? Let’s Get Started. Steps: Santa Paws Homemade Christmas Dog Treats View this post on Instagram A post shared by YoCanine 🐾 (@yocaninecom) Get Prepared: Before you get…

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Whether your purchase cards or make your own, everyone has the same problem: What do you write? Writing “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays” before signing your name is standard—but a little boring. A sentence or two extra shows thoughtfulness and also helps fill out the card (I can’t be the only one who’s bugged by blank space on the cards they write). We’re here to help with some dog-related cute and funny Christmas quotes for cards. Of course, these phrases would make even more sense if there was a dog on the front of the card. Christmas Dog Quotes…

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