Pet Gear Lab Food Chart For Dogs Pet Gear Lab Food Chart For Dogs For most people feeding your dog is simply a matter of grabbing the dry kibble, putting some water in the bowl and hope that your pup loves it. There is, however, a new movement of feeding dogs a raw diet or supplementing their diets with fresh fruit, vegetables, and meat. Of course, dogs evolved from wolves, ...read the full article.
Social Networking For Dogs MyPawsOn.com – A social network for dogs Woof my name is Pawson and I am a soft Coated Wheaten Terrier living the dream in the UK. My Mum spoils me rotten and takes me everywhere with her. Even to the Vets, which I don’t like very much, but we go to good places too. Last weekend we went to stay in a posh hotel where I ...read the full article.
How Much Sleep Should My Dog Have As humans, it is common knowledge that we need about 8 hours of sleep per night, give or take an hour or so, to remain healthy, wealthy and wise. And as humans who are also dog owners, we probably don’t give much notice to how long or how often our four-legged friend sleeps. After all, they pretty much sleep when they want to, ...read the full article.
Pet Safety In The Kitchen Pet Safety in the Kitchen We recently examined pet safety during the holidays, but did you know the Top 10 toxins for your dog, according to VPI Pet, can be found in the common household kitchen year-round? At the top of the list – CHOCOLATE– so beware of leaving out those half-eaten heart-shaped boxes this month! Even a small bite can lead to a world ...read the full article.
This week we turn to Coops And Cages blogger, Jordan Walker, for tips on what human foods should be on—and off!—your list to feed your pup. Every dog owner knows their furry friends come equipped with some irresistible weapons–their pleading eyes. When you are captivated by it, you’re likely to get hypnotized and be swayed by giving your pup anything he wants—especially food. But don’t be! Your act of kindness ...read the full article.
When Dogs Itch As we begin to wrap up our Summer fun, it’s important to remember that our pups aren’t out of the red zone just yet when it comes to fleas, ticks, and other creepy crawlers. Skin irritants and hot spots are a real pain to your pup. Did you know a hot spot starts simply because something irritates, itches, or causes inflammation of the dog’s skin? Your little ...read the full article.
Special Needs Dogs Different is Beautiful! Guest blogger: Lauren Kramer-Theuerkauf My husband, Matt, knows that I have a huge heart when it comes to animals. What he did not know was that we were both about to fall in love with adopting special needs dogs. I discovered Penny on petfinder.com. She is a gorgeous Chiweenie that was born with a severe overbite and a deformed front paw causing her to ...read the full article.
Fun Dog Games To Play With Your Dog Fun dog games to play with your dog is not only fun for you and your pup it’s great exercise and builds strong bonds! Keeping active is healthy for both owners and their pets. There are lots of ways you can engage and interact with your dog so you both enjoy your fun playtime together. Dogs love to play, they enjoy being active ...read the full article.
Why Do Dogs Chew? Canine’s are known to chewing, it’s part of their nature. They have a mouthful of teeth and find pleasure in chewing, a fun pastime while exercising their mandibular muscles. It’s not always about the taste of the item they are knowing on, it’s more about the movement of their jaw, the strengthening of their jaw muscles. In comparison it is the same as when we go ...read the full article.
AWARD WINNING DOG BACK BRACE The Family Choice Awards recognizes the best products, services and resources for all members of a family including our cherished pets. This awards program, now in its 19th year, is one of the most coveted, family friendly consumer awards program in the nation. WiggleLess® would like to thank Family Choice Awards for their recognition of our dog back brace. We are very proud of this product ...read the full article.
Do Dogs Dream? Every so often, I notice Ryder sleeping soundly only to start whimpering or moving his legs like a sewing machine at some point during the night. I just assumed that like we humans he must be dreaming of something. I became curious and wondered do dogs dream or was I just making this up? And if so, what on earth do they dream about? And, what should I ...read the full article.
Traveling With Dogs When traveling with dogs it’s good to know how to travel safely. There are many things to consider for our safety, comfort, and stress (and ultimately yours too!) Heat is a big consideration. NEVER, EVER, LEAVE US DOGS OR ANY PETS IN A HOT CAR! EVER!!PLEASE!PLEASE!PLEASE! —Have plenty of water available for us. —Have a comfortable spot in your car us to sleep or sit. —Give us ...read the full article.