Homemade dog treats and dog popsicles, are easy to make and healthy for your dog. Incorporating fresh fruit, vegetables, and spices into your dog’s diet can offer anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and detoxification properties. What additions do you like to add to your dog treats?
Dog owners are choosing to prepare their own raw, cooked, or grain-free dog foods. But why? We discovered what makes the raw, cooked, and grain-free dog diets popular and better for your dog.
Many families enjoy taking their dogs on road trips this summer. Although it is important to be properly prepared for road trips with your dog to ensure safety and fun.
Many dogs become stressed when visiting the vet. Identify and calm your dog's stress more easily by following these stress-free, vet approved tips.
The Treat vs. Poison infographic below showcases the many common snack foods that may actually be harming your dog, while highlighting healthy alternatives for the future.
Did you know that your dog should not sleep in your bed if they are being housetrained, aggressive, or simply won’t share? Explore more about your dog’s sleeping patterns and preferences.
The dog toy aisle can be complicated - what dog toys are okay for your pooch? This guide identifies which dog toys your puppy should stay or stray from.
If your dog already tends to have a sensitive stomach that easily reacts to changes in the diet, a bland diet may be a good change of pace for your furry friend. An easy-to-digest diet will allow your dog’s stomach to rest easy and enjoy a lighter workload for some time.
Why do we love our dogs despite their health issues? A recent study found that despite a dog breed’s tendency to have health issues, owners were not often deterred to get that breed in the future.
When dogs appear to be feeling guilty after a misdeed, we could be wrong. The dogs are showing fear instead.