Hey! My name is Theodore, but everyone knows me as Theo. Moose is my best friend, he’s a 2 year old spirited Great Dane.
My wife and I adopted him from a local breeder and we quickly realized how much of a handful he was. Straight from a pup, we loved how gentle and soft he was. No worries though, he’s barked off a few strangers, too!
In the first few months, we had so many questions about taking care of a Great Dane, since they often have specialties like protein-rich food, stomach-tacking surgery, and regular exercise. That’s why I started Puphelp!
Hi! I’m Sydney, this is Winston, and here’s a little about us. Winston is 2.5 years old and my family adopted him from a rescue shelter about a year and a half ago.
His energy is never ending and he could run all day long. He loves to hunt and has a strong sense of smell, and can hear every little noise. The lack of shedding and kindness of his breed is what drew us to him. Training him can be easy, yet difficult… because he’s intelligent, yet stubborn.
Winston gets along with people and other dogs. He’s our third family dog but first poodle, and a great adorable cuddly addition to our family.
PupHelp is an educational website designed to educate readers on how to properly take care of their dogs, written by owners who have first hand experience of what they are writing about, and verified by licensed veterinarians.
PupHelp initially started as Theo’s side hobby, sharing helpful posts on how to care for Great Danes. Having a Great Dane himself, Theo realized that Great Danes required many specialties including protein-rich food, stomach-tacking surgery, and regular exercise.
A big problem is that owners don’t receive this information when they adopt, so Theo went out to learn everything about taking care of a healthy and strong Great Dane. Quickly, he realized there are so many questions that new dog owners have, and even questions that people have before adopting.
As time went on, and some of these questions were answered, PupHelp started growing. Theo hired a few friends, who had other breeds of dogs, to write about their experience of owning and caring for their pups. PupHelp is continually growing, and always adding new content written by people who actually own the dogs they are teaching about.
This is what separates us from other dog website: our writers actually own (and care for) the dog they write about.
If you wish to become a writer for this site, feel free to email contact@PupHelp.com. Also, if you see any mistakes, or missing information relevant to a page you found on PupHelp, don’t hesitate to reach out.