Beer Paws News and Posts

Lizz and Teddy, Pawlytics

Posted by Hannah Wilken on

Teddy has been Lizz's drinking buddy for the past ten years and has been there for the longs nights as she has built Pawlytics. He is now proudly showing his smile on the new Craft Beer For Dogs' label. Traveling from Minnesota to Nebraska, Lizz has used her passion for rescue animals by joining the No Kill Advocacy Group at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In 2015 she caught the entrepreneurial bug and realized it wasn't just something she was good at, but something she could use to better the lives of our furry family members.  Pawlytics is the software which automates...

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What's Next for Beer Paws - A Special Event at Bar K

Posted by Crystal Wiebe on

You may have heard the news that Beer Paws founder Crystal is moving away from Kansas City and wondered what that means for our brand. If you would like to learn more about this change, please join us for a yappy hour in the Puppies' Pub at Bar K dog bar in Kansas City. This event is happening on Wednesday, Sept. 16, from 6:30-8:30 pm. This will be an opportunity to learn how we have been working with Barkville Bakery to keep Beer Paws production in the Midwest and maintain a personal touch for our partnerships in the Kansas City area. Want...

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At What Age Can My Puppy Interact With Other Dogs?

Posted by Lisa Sitwell on

When you get a puppy, you of course want to bring them places to play with other dogs. However, it’s not a good idea to have them interact with other dogs right away. Here are some factors you should take into account when deciding when you want to introduce your puppy to other canine friends. Size An important thing to consider when allowing your puppy to interact with other dogs is its size. It’s advisable to only allow your puppy to play with dogs of similar sizes unless you are very familiar with the other dog. If you decide to...

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Making a Dog Room for Your Pup

Posted by Lisa Sitwell on

Our dogs need a space to call their own, and an area set aside for us to play with them. If a pup has been part of your family for a while or if you are looking to add a new dog to your life, consider adding a dog room so they can have this space of their own.

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How to Make Sure Your Home is Ready for a New Puppy

Posted by Lisa Sitwell on

Adding a new puppy to your family is an exciting experience. You can expect many years of fun and love as your puppy settles in and bonds with you. However, bringing home a new puppy is not too different from adding a baby to the family. It's important to know what to expect so that you'll be ready for the new arrival.

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