Navigation
Find your pup's perfect bed or car seat with the Snoozer Bed Builder!Try It!
15% Off Sitewide! Code: SUMMER15

Snoozer Tips

How-to-care-for-dogs-with-joint-problems

How to Care for Dogs with Joint Problems

Just like humans, many of us dogs suffer from joint problems, especially as we get older. Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of joint pain in dogs, but trauma, infection, and other conditions can also be the cause. If your dog is experiencing joint problems, here are some things you can do to make life easier and help relieve some of the pain.

Read More
Are Dogs Colorblind

Are Dogs Colorblind?

It’s a widely held belief that dogs are colorblind and don’t see many colors, but is that true? The answer isn’t a simple yes or no. Let’s look into it.

Read More
How to take care of your dogs teeth

How to Keep Your Dog’s Teeth Clean

Just like our human companions, we dogs need to take care of our teeth and gums. If we don’t, we can suffer similar problems: decay, tooth loss, swollen and painful gums, system-wide infection, and more. Here’s how to keep your dog’s pearly whites pearly and white.

Read More
How to keep your dog warm in the winter

Keeping Your Dog Warm on Cold Days

If your dog doesn’t love the cold, it’s important to make sure they stay safe and comfortable during the winter. Just like you humans, we dogs can suffer and develop frostbite and hypothermia if we get too cold. Here are some things you can do to make sure your pet stays warm this winter.

Read More

Train Your Dog to Stop Straining on the Leash

Today I want to talk about walking on a leash. It sounds simple but believe it or not, it can be challenging for many owners to get their pooches to walk properly on the leash! Many dogs strain against the leash, lunge, or want to be in charge rather than following their owner. (Not me, of course! I’m referring to other dogs.) These can be hard habits to break in dogs who have gotten set in their ways, but it’s not impossible! Follow these training tips.

Read More
How to train your dog to not jump on visitors

How to Train Your Dog Not to Jump on Visitors

The doorbell rings – there’s an unfamiliar voice – oh my goodness, it’s a visitor! Yay, Yay, YAY! This is what runs through my head when we get visitors at our house. As a yellow lab, I tend to be very friendly, and I get the impression that I’m sometimes a little TOO exuberant when greeting new faces at the door. I’ve learned over time that jumping on visitors is OFF LIMITS! Although it may seem like an impossible job to train your dog to stop jumping up on visitors, it can be done! Here’s how.

Read More
Back to top

Sign Up & Save!

Sign up for the Snoozer Newsletter and take 10% off of your first purchase!

* Cannot be combined with other offers or applied to sale items.