As a first-time dog parent, you’re facing challenges and venturing into new territory. Thankfully, the web is full of helpful resources—here are ten of our favorite sites for new owners.
Learn all about keeping your pet healthy and understanding your furry friend. Vetstreet is a top resource for helpful articles written by veterinarians and animal experts.
This resource library for dog owners has information that we tend to forget: disaster preparedness, home insurance, and poison control.
This is the Yelp of all places dog. If you’re looking for dog-friendly restaurants, dog parks, or even events in your neighborhood, this website will have the answers!
When this awesome organization isn’t “saving them all,” they’re providing helpful tips to new adoptees about training, behavior issues, and getting help.
Whenever you go on vacation, use Rover to find the perfect pet sitter near you.
Everyone at Rover loves products from PrideBites. You can get customized beds for your pup, or even cute little coats that will keep them cozy during cold days.
When you don’t have the time stop at the store for your pup’s necessities, Amazon’s pet hub is the place to get food, medications, and other useful supplies delivered to your door quickly.
Every month, BarkBox will send you a surprise package filled with goodies for your dog. This is a great way to check out new products and spoil your pooch without breaking the bank!
This is the encyclopedia of dog breeds on the Internet. When you want to know more about the breed(s) that makes up your dog, go to the AKC!
One of the cutest websites we’ve ever seen—and all about puppies. Puppyhood will guide you through training, exercising, grooming, and taking care of the new puppy in your life. They also have custom tools for you to keep track of milestones and get expert advice.