THE DOG BLOG



Your New Dog is Home! Now What?

So, you’ve welcomed a new dog into your home! Congrats! A dog brings so much love and joy to a family… but maybe not right away. It takes a new dog some time to adjust. Imagine being dropped into a new home with a new family and you don’t even speak the same language! There are a few things you can do to help your new dog adjust. Here are easy-to-do tips to help your dog’s adjustment go smoothly! Head to the Vet Prior to bringing your new pup home, set an appointment with your chosen vet. Try to get a date that’s within the first week or two of bringing your dog home. Even if your dog comes from...

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The Best of the Best Sustainable Pet Products

We all want to be kinder to the planet. And a big part of that is cutting down on how much we buy. Less stuff = less waste! The reality, though, is that we need stuff. And, let’s be honest, we want some stuff, too. That’s OK. As the zero-waste chef Anne-Marie Bonneau says, “We don't need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly.” So, when it comes to that stuff you and your pet need and want, the best place to start is with buying sustainable, ethically-produced products. Here are the 10 best sustainable pet products to meet most of your dog’s needs and many of his wants: Treats: Treats...

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Welcoming a New Dog into Your Home

Welcoming a new dog into your home can be an exciting time for your family! It can also be overwhelming--for you and for the new dog. But, with a little preparation, you can welcome your new pup with ease and with very few chewed-up shoes!

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Three Ways Your Dog Can Help Save the Planet

Can your dog save the planet? With your help, we think the answer is yes! Learn three ways you can live a more sustainable life with your dog, reduce your pup's carbon paw print and help make the world a better, happier, healthier place to live.

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Are Real Meat Dog Treats Better?

There's no question you want the best for your dog. And like any parent, you probably don't like being told that you might be doing something wrong. So we’ll break it to you gently: If you’re buying the big brand name dog treats, you should probably take a closer look at what you’re feeding your “children.” Most treats have additives that are unnecessary and potentially harmful. Even the main ingredient is usually just about anything and everything other than what a dog really needs—real meat. We started Honey I'm Home after spending months trying to find high-quality dog treats at corner grocery stores and on every corner of the Internet. We found plenty of treat options, and some are better...

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