Love Your Dog More with Lovmor
Spoil your furry friends with Lovmor, we care for your dog just like you do.
A little Story About Our Brand
Our brand LOVMOR stands for
Love and More.....🐾
Lovmor was born from the belief that pets deserve nothing but the best, and that's exactly what we strive to provide. Our name - LOVEMORE, represents our commitment to exceeding expectations and going the extra mile for our furry friends.
Furniture Style Large Dog Cage 43.7 x 30 x 31 Grey
Pet Parent Resources
How to Travel Safely with Your Dog?
4 Ways to Keep Your Dog Contained While You’re Driving:
Dog Safety Harness
Dog Booster Seat
Safety over comfort and convenience tips:
Keep Them Bucked In Tight!
Keep All Paws Inside The Vehicle!
Don’t Let Them Overheat!
Why Are Ticks Dangerous for My Dog?
It’s just a insect, what’s the big deal? Ticks can transmit several diseases to your dog, so it’s important to protect your furry best friend from these parasites. Lyme disease is perhaps the most well-known disease carried by ticks, but there are many tick-borne diseases and illnesses, including:
- Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
- Lyme Disease
- Tick Paralysis
- Ehrlichiosis (a bacterial infection)
Bringing Home A New Dog: What You Need to Know!
1. Making The Decision
Deciding to get a new pet shouldn’t be taken lightly. Dogs require more than just a bag of dog food and a tennis ball to play fetch with. A few questions you should ask yourself are:
- Do I have enough time to properly care for a dog?
- Do I have the financial means to support a dog?
- What breed works best for my and my family’s life?
- Do I want a puppy or an adult dog?
2. Puppies Vs. Adult or Senior Dogs
First things first. If you’ve chosen to bring home a new puppy, expect a learning curve. Puppies are adorable and cuddly, but they also have a lot of learning to do. From potty training to deciphering what exactly is a chew toy and what isn’t, your cuddly canine companion will likely require a fair amount of training.
On the other hand, if you have chosen an older dog, there will still most likely be some nuances that need to be ironed out. After all, this dog has lived a whole other part of their life that wasn’t under your roof, so there’s a chance they’ve learned behaviors that aren’t necessarily in line with your expectations.
3. Preparing Their Space
No matter how old your new dog is, you’ll want to be sure to have a special space set up before you bring them home. The stress of a new environment can cause them to feel a little anxious, so giving them a safe space to retreat to will help them feel calmer.
4. Stock Up On Dog Supplies
Your new dog likely won’t come home with everything they need to thrive, so you’ll need to stock up on dog supplies before they arrive. One of the first things you should buy for your dog is a dog collar and leash, and be sure to have some food for your pup already on hand.