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Easter Do's and Don'ts For Your Pup

Posted by lauren lejuwaan on

Easter Do's and Don'ts For Your Pup

As a holiday that quite literally involves scattering chocolate around your background, Easter can be a dangerous day for our favorite pups. Not to worry, with a bit of extra thought, your dog can have a safe and fun celebration. Just keep these five rules in mind this upcoming Easter Sunday. 1. Keep your pup indoors during the Easter egg hunt Even though they'd love to be outside exploring, the likelihood of your pup breaking into an egg during an Easter hunt and chowing down on some chocolate is high. Instead, keep them inside and distracted with their favourite Bully...

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Guide to Trimming a Dog's Nails

Posted by Kaila Scott on

Guide to Trimming a Dog's Nails

If you can hear your dog coming towards you with the tap-tap-tap of their nails, it is likely that the dog is in need of a nail trim. When you are cuddling with your dog and you start to notice the scratches come more consistently, this is another sign! Trimming your dog’s nails is an essential part of caring for them. It is crucial that all pet owners know the importance of dog hygiene. Long toenails not only look bad, but they can also impact your pet’s health and happiness. Long nails can also cause some serious damage when your...

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How We're Different Than Other Dog Chew Companies

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How We're Different Than Other Dog Chew Companies

At Bully Bunches, we set ourselves apart by operating with one simple mission in mind: treating your dog like they’re one of our own. As a family-run business, we take that job very seriously. That means ensuring that our chews only have the best, safest, and most delicious ingredients possible. The ways in which we look after your pet are countless, but these are some of the ones that we’re most proud of. No rawhide ever. We’ve got a bone to pick with companies that still use rawhide in their chews. Dogs should never ingest the ingredient for a number...

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Pups on Parade for St Patricks Tips!

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Pups on Parade for St Patricks Tips!

We love our pups so much we want to take them everywhere with us! However, sometimes there needs to be nuance so that everyone has the best and safest time.  1) Avoid a pinch! Dress to impress. Half the fun is getting dressed up, but it’s important to choose green outfits/accents that don’t make your pup uncomfortable or put them in danger.  Make sure any costumes don’t rub them so they can walk around freely. Outfits, especially DIY, don’t have anything toxic pup can eat. Check the weather and make sure they won’t be too warm/cold.  In our experience bandanas...

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Identifying Obesity in Dogs

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Identifying Obesity in Dogs

Did you know that much like humans, dogs also have problems maintaining their weight at times? In fact, obesity in dogs really isn’t rare at all. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, roughly 55.8% of dogs are in the category of being overweight or obese.    At the moment, everyone seems to think that having a pudgy dog is funny and cute. However, obesity in dogs really isn’t a laughing matter when they are at a far higher risk than normal dogs for certain diseases because of their obesity. Pet owners are often confused by the diverse nutritional...

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