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COMING SOON! Itchy Dog® Skin & Coat Formula Soft Chews

Posted by Brook S. on 6/25/2021 to General
We are very excited to announce the upcoming launch of Itchy Dog® Soft Chews! Customer feedback made us aware of the need for a more treat-like format for smaller dogs with more sophisticated taste! Expect to see this new product in stock and


Posted by C.J. Kausel on 10/2/2020 to General
My favorite time of year, hunting season, is now underway. Cool crisp mornings warming to balmy Indian summer daytime temps. Hunting behind your favorite bird dog(s). What could be better? Right! What could ruin that wonderful day? Your dog

Coronavirus Update

Posted by on 3/20/2020 to General

Valued customers and retail partners,

Please rest assured that we have taken precautionary measures to ensure our business continues with as few interruptions as possible. At this time, we are in full operation and our inventory levels are normal. Customer service is available during our regular Monday-Friday business hours. Please contact us if you have any concerns or questions.

Stay well!
Team ZoomDog

5 Ways to Show Your Dog How Much You Love Them!

Posted by Hayleigh on 6/5/2019 to Events

Dogs express their love in many ways; kisses all over the face, a wagging tail, and cuddles, lots of cuddles. We all love our pets, but many of us only see them when we come home from work or on weekends. This leaves very little time for us to express to them how we feel about them. Pet Appreciation Week is from June 2nd to June 8th and here are 5 ways to show your dog some extra affection!

1.  Take them to the dog park! Some dogs may be deprived of socialization which can cause them anxiety in other social situations. Relieving your pet of their built-up energy at a dog park may allow your pet to become more sociable and make new friends! You can find a list of reputable dog parks around you with a quick google search. For dog parks in the Denver area click here!


2. Bake them a doggy-friendly cake. Yes, a cake. Find recipes online for dog-safe cakes and mixes that you can buy premade! This will let your dog enjoy a delicious treat and allow you to bake with unlimited love for your pet. Check out this link for some good-looking dog-friendly cake recipes!

3. Learn how to better communicate with your dog in their own language. There are many resources online to teach pet owners how to better communicate with their pets. It can help bring you closer to your pet and possibly change some negative behaviors too! Check out “5 Ways To Tell Your Dogs You Love Them In Their Own Language”, for more tips on how you can communicate effectively with your pet.

4. Pamper your pet with a grooming. Being covered in fur can’t be easy, give your pet a bath and trim their nails. You might even feel better afterwards too! The American Humane Organization says that matted fur can be harmful to your pet’s health and even cause skin infections. Keeping your pet feeling fresh can help them feel loved and taken care of.

5. Finally, keep your pet healthy with a daily supplement to support their immune system and overall health! Daily Dog is a great example. Daily Dog has 21 key vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants. It is beef-flavored and can be given like a treat. To check out Daily Dog click here.


These 5 things can help you show your pet extra appreciation this week! For more information on keeping your dog healthy and active visit Zoomdog Supplements today!


• (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/denver-parks-and-recreation/parks/city-parks/dog-parks.html

• Grooming Your Pet. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.americanhumane.org/fact-sheet/grooming-your-pet/

• Daniels, E. (2018, February 08). 15 Dog Cake Recipes for Your Fur Baby. Retrieved from https://www.personalcreations.com/blog/dog-cake-recipes

• 5 Ways To Tell Your Dogs You Love Them In Their Own Language. (2017, July 02). Retrieved from https://iheartdogs.com/5-ways-to-tell-your-dogs-you-love-them-in-their-own-language/


Posted by on 6/1/2018 to Training Tips
Some of you may have purchased a pup in the last few months and are working on getting it ready for its first hunting season . . .