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  • Why Biodiversity Matters

    Biodiversity Is a popular buzzword in the sustainability world, and it has been used in describing a slew of concerns such as agricultural biodiversity, food biodiversity, and even soil biodiversity. But what does it all mean and why does it matter?  
  • Understanding Common Potty Habits in Dogs

    For humans, canine potty habits can be puzzling at best and mind blowingly frustrating at worst. Whether your doggo uses an indoor dog bathroom or handles business outdoors, potty behaviors can seem like a mystery. Continue reading to find out what’s behind common potty habits in dogs to decode the unique behaviors surrounding potty time! 
  • The Benefits of Lick Mats for Dogs

    Is the good ol’ treat ball no longer doing the trick? A lick mat may be the answer if a novel interactive toy or feeding tool is what you’re looking for. Many of the benefits associated with lick mats are tied to relieving anxiety, but its benefits don’t end there. Read on to find out more about what a lick mat is and how this floppy feeding tool can help your furry one feel better! 
  • Do Dogs Sweat?

    It’s a popular myth that dogs don’t sweat. Canines may not perspire as much as humans, but they cool down through a variety of ways including sweating, panting, and insulating their bodies with their fur. Wondering what role sweat specifically plays? Read on to find out more about sweating in dogs!
  • Tips for Staying Cool During the Dog Days of Summer

    Being based in sunny SoCal, we at Bark Potty know that summers can get pretty heated! While it’s known to get pretty toasty around here, it’s no longer uncommon for many areas across the country to reach extreme heat (i.e. 2-3 days of temps above 90 degrees). Learn how to keep your fur baby cool during the dog days of summer with these important tips. 
  • All About Joshua Trees

    Did you know that Joshua trees aren’t actually trees at all? They’re actually an evergreen yucca–the largest of its kind–that grows in a tree-like shape. Made popular by the recent surge in Joshua Tree National Park’s celebrity, these one-of-a-kind plants are a true gem of the Mojave Desert.  
  • Is Your Dog Eating Too Quickly?

    Everyone wants to pig out every now and then–even the most fit doggos. But is eating too fast causing your fur baby problems such as vomiting and diarrhea? If so, it might be time to look for solutions that not only address digestive issues, but also the anxieties underlying the behavior. 
  • Looking Out for Signs of Diabetes in Dogs

    The idea that your precious pooch could be dealing with a serious medical condition can be a scary thought. However, it’s important to be aware of the symptoms and causes of diabetes so that it can be nipped in the bud right away. 

  • Preparing for Your Dog's First Pet Sitting Visit

    Leaving your fur baby in the care of a stranger for the first time can be ruff for both you and your dog. However, there are ways to make sure that the initial visit goes as well as possible. So what can you do to ensure a smooth visit? 
  • Why Do Dogs Need Praise?

    Everyone loves a little praise, and dogs are definitely no exception! Recognizing your furry one not only acknowledges their good behavior, it also helps you bond with your pup. 
  • Container Gardening for Urban Dwellers

    Space is a precious commodity for urban apartment dwellers, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice having a garden. Urban container gardening is a low stakes approach to gardening that can turn a balcony or bay window into your very own green retreat! 
  • Potty Tips for Dogs with Arthritis

    Getting old isn’t easy, and the same is true for our sweet, furry friends. Regardless of whether your dog uses a doggie door, waits for walks, or pees on a pad, it’s time to make adjustments if your pooch is developing arthritis. Not sure what first steps to take? Check out our suggestions below to make potty time easier for arthritic doggos. 
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