You’ll Never Look at Crickets the Same Way Again

Our Chat with Anne Carlson, Founder & CEO of Jiminy’s Dog Food I think it’s clear that we’re pretty smitten with dogs here at Wag Enabled. From the wagging tails and wet noses (and the window art they create) to the countless times they make us laugh, and the years of joy they bring to […]

Why Do Dogs Wag Their Tails?

“Aww! Look at that little tail go! What a happy little doggy!” Personally, I’ve always associated tail wagging with a happy or excited dog. You might see their whole body shake with excitement, their ears go up, their eyes widen and brighten, and then inevitably, that tail starts moving so fast that you think they’re […]

Supplementing the Health of Your Four-Legged Family Member

An Honest Review of Wolf Spring’s Food Boosters I’m going to venture out on a limb and guess that you love your four-legged family member(s) just as much as I love mine. (Spoiler: IT’S A LOT!!) And because you love them so very much, you spend a considerable amount of time worrying about their health […]

The Dog And The Vacuum

Why is My Dog Afraid of the Vacuum? It’s a tale as old as time and there are countless videos on YouTube that show dogs reacting hilariously to vacuums. However, for many dogs, it’s not a laughing matter.  It doesn’t seem to matter what size the dog is, how old they are, or how “tough” they are, some dogs are just downright terrified of vacuum cleaners. But why is that? Dogs […]

Exercises And Activities To Keep Your Pup Fit

Exercises And Activities to Keep Your Puppy Fit Most dogs love physical activity, and exercise is just as important for their mental and physical health as it is for ours. Staying active will help your dog live a longer, happier life and prevent obesity, which is a common issue for dogs. Not only that but dogs […]

About Wag Enabled: Duke’s Legacy

Duke’s Legacy This is dedicated to all the dogs in our lives: past, present, and future. Our love will never stop! This fantastic video was created by Desert Bay Productions and won a Telly Award in 2017. We really hope you enjoy it. I met Duke when I first left home (California) after graduating high-school in 2008. […]

Dog Agility: Teaching See-Saw

Dog Agility: Teaching See-Saw Make the dog comfortable around the see-saw so that he is not afraid of it. While giving the dog some treats or some loves, move the see-saw around. Keep praising the dog while doing this. Next, find your dogs’ favorite treat. Something that is good for the dog and is pretty […]

Flyball

Flyball If you have a super athletic and energetic dog, you might want to look into joining a dog sport. Truffle and I tried to learn Flyball. Most teams are focused on speed and time but because Truffle has a bad leg, he was unable to join a regular team. Luckily we found Seattle Fly […]

Training Basics

Now that you’ve got your new dog home and you’ve established the rules, it’s time to work on training your dog! While some of you might be groaning right now in anticipation of how hard this is going to be, let me reassure you that it doesn’t have to be a stressful thing! Training can actually […]