How to care for your dog

A lot of care with the Dogs

Keeping a dog as a pet is an amazing experience. But like human beings, pets also require a lot of caring. And also just like us they don’t come with an instruction manual. Worry not, Puppyplace has got you covered. Be a vigilant dog-parent It is important to keep a check on … Read more

Treating Dogs as Humans Can be a Form of Abuse

Treating dogs as humans is a form of abuse

You must have heard that dogs are human’s best friend and dog owner is also called ‘dog parent’. Hearing these two statements, you can imagine the importance that the dog holds in the life of its owner. For us bringing a new pet home is a big thing! We celebrate every yawn … Read more

Myths About Dog Baths

Unlike their feline counterparts, dogs can’t and don’t groom themselves. They need regular bathing and grooming for them to stay clean and healthy. Plus, who doesn’t want a good-smelling dog? Regular baths for dogs can also keep your couch free of mud prints and your carpets free of excess dirt. Here are … Read more

10 Tips to Keep Your Pet Cool In the Summer

10 Tips to Keep Your Pet Cool this Summer

Summers are toughest weather, for human and also for our pets. The intense heat can not only reduce appetite and desire to move, but can also have more serious consequences, such as the dreaded heat stroke. In this article, we are providing you with some tips to protect your dog from the … Read more

Dog Food and Feeding Tips

Dog food and feeding tips

It’s hard to know what, how often and how much to feed your dog. Read on for answers to the most common feeding questions for dogs in general. The following pages have The Puppy Place’ answers to dog-specific feeding questions. HOW MUCH SHOULD I FEED MY DOG? Feeding guidelines vary depending on … Read more

How Can I Get My Finicky Dog To Eat?


Of all naturally-driven or instinctive behaviors, eating food is obviously among the most important. Dogs normally do not have to learn how to eat—from the time they are born and are compelled to seek their mothers’ breast, they survive by seeking food. In pet dogs, however, eating behavior can be associated with … Read more