Do you know what’s great about dogs? Trick question. Is it the way their eyes light up when you come home after a long day? Is it their tail-wagging anticipation as you reach for their leash, handle a ball, or offer a treat? Is it their unconditional love and loyalty as they snuggle beside you on the couch? True, you could argue that it’s anyone—or all—of these things.
Stayz is Australia’s original holiday rental website and features more than 50,000-holiday rentals for you to explore in destinations you love. Stylish Hound is proud to announce a partnership until the end of the year with the crew at Stayz, who have over 9,000 dog-friendly holiday homes for you and your best friend to get away to! They've also put together three limited-edition puppy playhouses, each one exclusive to a holiday home in New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland. Grab you and your pooch some stylish travel gear, browse the range of locations Stayz has on offer, and get set to go on the all-Australian adventure of a lifetime.
Are you a new puppy owner or do you want to teach your old dog new tricks? If you answered yes to either question, we highly recommend that you invest in a good dog treat pouch! Dog treat pouches are the ultimate training tool for you and your furry friend, so we would like to give you our insider tips for choosing a dog treat pouches. The best dog treat pouches are well constructed to ensure no treats get lost during your adventures and have zippers for easy access, so your pup doesn’t have to wait anxiously for its reward!
Need to get on with some human to-do list but your furry bestie just wants to play? Hercules is your answer if you need to keep your furry bestie busy, as it can be used as a dog toy to keep them entertained whilst you get on with some human stuff. Due to its versatility, it can be used as an enrichment tool, a chew toy that can clean your dog’s teeth and gums, or even as a good old-fashioned food bowl.
If you have a dog, you likely already know that sloppy kisses are part and parcel of pet parenthood. It’s a dog’s natural instinct to lick, and they may lick for a multitude of reasons. If your dog’s sloppy affection is becoming a source of irritation, there are ways we can discourage the behaviour. But first, it’s important to understand the motivation behind licking. To tackle a problem, it can help to know its cause.
Here at Stylish Hound, we know that walk-walkies are an essential part of the hooman/dog relationship. Our in-house beagle, Bagel, loves walkies so much that we created the No-Pull Harness in his honour!
When it comes to the question of how much exercise a dog will need, there is a long answer and a short answer. The short answer? Dogs, as a collective, will need between half an hour to two hours of daily exercise. If you have a smaller dog, half an hour to one hour per day will suffice. Larger dogs, on the other hand, will want anywhere between one to two hours per day.
Who doesn’t love a perfect beach day? The sun is beaming down, the waves are heaving and sighing as they lap at the golden shoreline, and the sea breeze is beckoning you with its gentle caress. The only thing that would make it perfect is having your best friend by your side. What’s that—it’s entirely possible? You heard that right! In fact, the beach can be the perfect day out for your pup. It’s likely less work than bringing them along on an extended day trip or holiday. If you’re taking your dog to the beach, always remember safety first. And, of course, you’ll need to stuff that doggy bag with all their beach essentials! Read on to learn about beach safety for dogs, and everything you’ll need to entertain dogs on a beach.
You know what’s great about dogs? True, there are so many things you could list. Is it the way their eyes light up when you come home after a long day? Is it their tail-wagging anticipation as you reach for their leash, handle a ball, or offer a treat? Is it their unconditional love and loyalty as they snuggle beside you on the couch as you watch T.V.? True, you could argue that it’s any one—or all—of these things. But one thing we dog owners can take for granted is a dog’s ability to move.