Dogs with separation anxiety and other forms of anxiety can be a stressful experience for dog owners. We're sharing the top ways to reduce dog anxiety.
There is a lot of dog behavior that remain a mystery. For example, why do dogs eat grass? Why do dogs lick their paws? Why do dogs pant? Luckily, we have answers to a few of the very odd things they do. They give us insight into whether our dogs are sick or missing key nutrients. Click to skip to the following questions: Why do dogs eat grass? Why do dogs lick their paws? .
Seasonal allergies not only impact us, but our pups. Extra sneezing, itchy rashes, and diarrhea are all uncomfortable symptoms of seasonal allergies. Diagnose and treat your dog's allergies properly today!
There is no evidence that dogs spread the coronavirus. Although you can keep your dog's immune system protected with these handy healthcare tips!
In recent news, the FDA found a connection between dog food and heart disease. Discover the breeds, dog food brands, and symptoms most linked with this deadly disease.
Aging is one of the most difficult transitions for dog owners to see. As our furry friends begin to slow down, we do our best to ease their pain and improve their mobility. Unfortunately, about 20 percent of dogs will get arthritis in their lifetime. We discuss the #1 best dog supplement to ease your dog's joint pain!
“Can Dogs Eat…?” Thanksgiving Edition (Use the colored icons as a quick guide: Green indicates yes, yellow indicates sometimes, red indicates never) Note: If you feed your dog anything that upsets their stomach, try these easy to digest foods for a few days. Thanksgiving Main Course: Turkey for Dogs Go for It, but Be Careful Benefits: Feed your dog your Thanksgiving turkey scraps, but avoid giving your dog Thanksgiving turkey skin, bones, or prepping .
Oil provides your dog with healthy fats that can offer your dog extra energy. Healthy oils improve your dog’s health at a cellular level. Fats are highly digestible and one of the first components digested by the body, so they are a good foundation to every healthy meal.
Diabetes for dogs can be caused by genetics or health choices, but luckily, proper care, exercise, and diabetic dog food can give your dog a thriving lifestyle. In this post, we share the causes and signs of diabetes in dogs as well as connect you with diabetic dog treats and food that your pup will love!
The exercise needs of your dog will vary depending on your dog’s breed and age. Get a better idea of your dog's exercise needs today - start the year right!