This is a comprehensive guide to dog proofing your home and I hope it will help you through this dark time of exasperation. I’ve got lots of suggestions, but Read More >
Pick the right companion, bring them home right
So many options: puppy or dog, breeder or rescue, along with the right size, temperament and activity level. After that’s figured out, what’s best to prepare yourself and your home for a new dog?
Scout will help you pick the right dog for your lifestyle and get your house in order to welcome your new BFF.
A good place to start is with our full guides:
Welcoming a new puppy or dog into your home can be one of the most exciting and positive experiences your family shares, and the first days with your new canine companion Read More >
A combination of two very popular breeds, the Boxer Husky mix is half Boxer and half Siberian Husky. This is an interesting mix as both breeds are highly intelligent, working Read More >
A Walrus dog isn’t exactly going to be walking around with tusks. Neither does it even look anything like a Walrus facially…
It’s the wrinkles and folds of this pooch Read More >
Imagine this scenario: you have found a decent apartment and you would move in tomorrow, except for one problem. You can’t take your dog with you. The building complex has dog Read More >
Their round, black buttoned nose, inquisitive dark piercing eyes, and intoxicating smile compliment the circumferenced white puffy face and fluffy body of the Bichon Frise.
Bichon Frise’s are one of the
Part of the “Why I Chose” series where ScoutKnows brings you stories from dog owners in their own words about why they chose the dog they did.
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One of the less glamorous realities of dog ownership is the canine obsession with cat poop. If you’re a dog-only household you may be blissfully unaware of this nasty little reality, but if you’re a cat owner, Read More >
Bringing a new dog home is not like picking up groceries at the local grocery store. There is more to picking up a canine at the local pound, shelter or rescue. Just
Traveling with a dog is a lot easier than it used to be. Since so many people have dogs and sometimes dogs are a person’s main companion, many hotels attempt to Read More >
Preparing for pick up day with your new dog or puppy is an exciting time! It seems like there is so much to do. That’s not just a perception, which
What’s In A Name?
My first dog was hiding in the bathroom, wiggling and waiting for me to get off the school bus and find him. His name was Shadow and all I
I’m tired of seeing videos in my social media feeds of dogs rescued from unscrupulous breeders and puppy mills. It makes me feel badly and I bet you feel the same. Read More >
Many people who’ve decided to bring a dog into their lives automatically picture a puppy. After all, puppies are at the top of the cuteness scale. They want to play