Dog Care, Dog Hacks, Tips for Dog Owners

Hide-And-Seek: Mental & Physical Exercise For Your Pup!

A tired dog is a good dog is the first thing most dog trainers will tell you. We all know the importance of a physical exercise in humans and our furry friends. However, some days that outside play time just isn’t going to happen. Penny, the Pet’s I’ve Met spokesdog, is a total diva very… Continue reading Hide-And-Seek: Mental & Physical Exercise For Your Pup!

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Q&A with Dog-Mom Maddy: Experience Training a Reactive Dog

The Pets I’ve Met Team sat down with Maddy to learn about her experience with her rescue pup, Rosie. Maddy is a wildlife biologist who works with endangered reptiles and amphibians. Rosie is a rescue pup who found Maddy when she was 2 or 3 years old. Maddy and Rosie have been living and learning… Continue reading Q&A with Dog-Mom Maddy: Experience Training a Reactive Dog

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10 Tips for House Training Your Pup

One of the first questions new dog-owners Google is, "How do I house-train my dog?" There are a ton of articles posted all over the internet saying this way and that way. The Pets I've Met team decided to ask Pet Fanatic and Foster Extraordinaire, Jeannette Macaluso. You may remember Jeannette from her post on dining… Continue reading 10 Tips for House Training Your Pup

Q&A, Tips for Dog Owners

Dog-Dining: Tips For Bringing Your Dog Out To Eat

Now that Spring has sprung, we have a question for you: Have you ever been out to eat on a nice day and think, "I miss her." By her, we obviously mean your dog. You've probably thought of bringing her with you but weren't sure where to go or how she would act. Luckily, more… Continue reading Dog-Dining: Tips For Bringing Your Dog Out To Eat

Dog Care, Tips for Dog Owners

The Dog Days of Bringing Home Baby: Adjusting to a Bummed Out Pup

The following is a beautiful post from Pets I've Met user and long-time friend, Brianna. Brianna is a Midwest transplant from California. When she isn’t teaching or writing, she’s spending time with her boys: husband Ryan, son Cal, and fur son Marshall. Aside from the litany of traditional items you’ve crossed off your To-Do list… Continue reading The Dog Days of Bringing Home Baby: Adjusting to a Bummed Out Pup