Beer Paws News and Posts

How to Keep Your Dog Safe at Festivals

Posted by Lisa Sitwell on

Festivals are so much fun, and it is true that everything is better with your dog. When bringing your dog to a festival, though, safety has to remain the number one priority. Below are some tips for keeping your furry friend safe and happy while attending any sort of festival. Crowd Chaos Where there are festivals, there are crowds. Crowds can sometimes create an unhealthy degree of anxiety for your pup. One great way to prevent that anxiety from cropping up is exposing your dog to smaller crowds prior to the festival. Socialize him with people and get him walking...

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How to Deal With a Dog That’s Afraid of Everything

Posted by Lisa Sitwell on

Everyone is afraid of something, even dogs. However, there are a few dogs that are literally afraid of everything. Maybe they’re just going through a stage in their life or perhaps they experienced something traumatic. Either way, it’s important that you get their fears under control as it can lead to problems in their adult life. Read on to learn how to deal with a dog that’s afraid of everything. Identify and Address the Triggers Before you’re able to help your puppy get over their fears, you must first identify what’s spooking them. If your dog shows signs that they’re...

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Beer Paws Founder Crystal K. Wiebe on Startup Hustle Podcast

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 In this episode, Matt DeCoursey and guest, Crystal Wiebe, founder of Beer Paws talk about a special kind of dog treats. Beer Paws has partnered with over 70 craft breweries to produce healthy dog treats using spent grains - a high protein and high fiber by-product of the beer industry. The products incorporate the best tastes of delicious beer and barley flavoring into their dog beer and biscuit treats. You can rest easy knowing exactly what your dog is snacking on. Beer Paws is dedicated to celebrating the relationship beer-loving owners have with their dogs.

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What to Know About Socializing Your Puppy

Posted by Lisa Sitwell on

Well-socialized puppies grow up to be good canine citizens. Socializing your dog can help instill contentment, confidence, and obedience while reducing the risk of aggressive behavior in the future. Start socializing your pup today! Helps Cope with High Energy Levels Puppies are rambunctious, and they love spending time running, playing, jumping and exploring. Giving your dog an appropriate space and time to burn off some of that excess energy will help you train him in the future. When pups don’t have an opportunity to exhaust that energy, they are more likely to ignore your commands, be distracted during training and...

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What You Need Before You Travel With Your Pup

Posted by Lisa Sitwell on

Dogs can make excellent travel companions. If you're planning to take your four-legged friend along on a road trip, the following tips will help you keep your pet comfortable and safe as you embark on your adventure together.

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