According to statistics, dog adoption increases exponentially surrounding the holiday season. Family’s adopt pets for the holidays, boyfriends get their girlfriends a new furry friend, and it seems that everyone wants to bring a pet pal into the new year! There are many things to consider when adopting a dog. Read More
In a plethora of studies, it has been revealed that spending just fifteen to thirty minutes with your pet companion can result in a change in your brain chemistry that often results in an overall boosted mood and calming feeling. Similarly, hugging or petting your pooch has been shown to decrease feelings of loneliness and isolation. Read More
Somehow, it’s always a bit of a surprise when your dog begins to slow down on jogs or tug at the leash on longer walks. Old age is a very real stage in a pup’s life, one that comes faster than we tend to expect. Read More
As a dog owner, whether you are one already or you’re planning to become one, it would be very useful to understand how dogs see and perceive our world. Read More
Summer doesn’t just have to be fun for us human beings. It can be fun for your pets too! Taking your dog to the beach on your summer vacation with the whole family can be super fun to experience. Think of all the memories you’ll make with your pooch right alongside you. However, there are things that can go wrong anytime.
CBD Oil is one of the fastest growing natural health trends for both people and our canine companions, so it certainly makes sense to learn more before you buy. Is this just a fad or is there any science to back up the potential health benefits of this extract made from the hemp plant? And, could it be a helpful product for your disabled dog?
There are few things scarier as a pet owner than witnessing your dog battle cancer. This article is an encouragement for those with pets battling cancer, to shed some light on at home herbal remedies one can provide at home to battle the cancer without spending exorbitant amounts of money on Vets and Dog hospitals.
Whether it's 4th of July, New Years, birthday parties, and all things fireworks, it's important to know how it affects your pets! Thank you Clara Lou for the great article! Read More
When my two dachshunds, Henry and June, were both diagnosed with intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) in 2009, I knew I had to do something to help them. Veterinary care was essential— weeks of confined rest, anti inflammatories, steroids, pain relievers, muscle relaxers. Yes, they needed it all! But what was to prevent them from hurting their backs again? Read More
The environment in which we live affects everyone we live with, including our pets. Thank you Jenny Mills for the great tips on making your home environmentally friendly for you and your pets! Read More
Whenever I take my dog's hiking, they seem to indulge in dog poop. I always find it gross and tell them to "leave it!" and they usually do after a nice full bite. Thank you to Chris for the interesting article about this most peculiar habit! Read More