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  • Walkee Paws gets Featured on Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family"

    We got featured on Hallmark Channel’s TV show, Home & Family, as Larissa Wohl’s favorite gear for rainy days! It is always gratifying to see ou...
  • 7 Super Cool and Essential Dog Walking Accessories to Up Your Strolls and Protect your Pup

    Dogs love going for walks! Whether it’s a hike or a short jog around the neighborhood, it’s important to be prepared. You wouldn’t go on a walk yo...
  • How Cold is Too Cold for Dogs: How to Prepare Your Pup For the Winter

    Winter is coming! Dogs love the summer months of lounging in the sun. But once the weather turns, habits regarding your dog’s care need to be adju...
  • First Time Dog Owner: 10 Tips for New Dog Parents

    Bringing a dog home is the dream of millions of people every year. But between the responsibility of taking care of a pup and not being allowed to...
  • October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month and Here's What You Can do to Help

      October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, and what an excellent opportunity to give back to those lovely pups. There are an estimated 3-4 million pe...
  • 5 DIY Dog Halloween Costume Ideas With Walkee Paws Leggings

    For this Halloween, we have 5 DIY costumes ideas with Walkee Paws to help you go trick-or-treating with your pup on style and safely.
  • Signs of Heat Stroke in Dogs and How to Prevent Them

      During hot summer months, the local news often warns people against heat stroke. Our bodies can become overwhelmed from exposure to heat and hum...
  • Foxtails are Scary for Dogs this Summer: Here's What You can Do

    Owning a pet dog is a huge responsibility. Not only do you have to take care of your pup's basic needs, but you also have to be on the lookout for...
  • Ticks on Dogs: How to Protect your Dog During this Summer

    Ticks are the bane of every dog owner’s existence. The small, blood-sucking insects are virtually everywhere outdoors. Ticks on dogs can be diffi...
  • Can Dogs Get Poison Ivy? How to Treat Poison Ivy on Dogs

    While poison ivy isn’t toxic to humans, it can be to dogs. Dogs can ingest the sap from licking their paws or fur.
  • Can Dogs Bring COVID-19 Into the House (on Their Paws)?

    The ultimate word on whether your dog can help or not bring Coronavirus to your home.
  • Benefits of Having Pets at Home During Times of Stress

    In these times of closure, having a loved one close to one definitely helps. Learn about how your furry one can help you cope with the stress associated with confinement.