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.
You really don’t need too many items to make sure that you’re ready to receive your puppy well at home. You just need to choose smart and know what the priorities are so that you won’t end up overspending. Hopefully, this 5 Essentials For An Affordable New Puppy Starter Pack will help you to stay within budget and allow you to be well-prepared.
THANKSGIVING SAFETY FOR YOUR PETS Make Thanksgiving A Joy: Follow These 6 Safety Tips To Keep Your Dog Safe Thanksgiving is invariably the granddaddy of all feasts and you cannot deny the fact that you do tend to go overboard with the preparations every year. However, do you realize that your furry friend could be petrified of your over-the-top celebrations? As we give in to our temptations of snacking, tasting ...read the full article.
Tips for Flying Safely with Your Dog Image source: pixabay.com under CC0 Creative Commons For dog lovers, when having a puppy or an adult one, they consider this pet a family member and want to bring him/her along to everywhere. However, going with your dog through a long distance is quite a complicated matter if you travel by plane. Many airlines agree to transport animals, but others do not. It is ...read the full article.
Crate Training, Dos and Don’ts 7 Dos and Don’ts On Crate Training Your Puppy Crate training, when done right, is a tool that can help your dog feel safe while also enabling you to teach her the house rules. Yay, everyone wins! It’s important to go through this process the right way, however (not to mention, armed with lots of patience!) So, with that in mind, here are 7 dos ...read the full article.
HOME COOKING FOR YOUR DOG 7 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD OFFER YOUR DOG A HOME COOKED MEAL Home cooked meals for dogs are growing in popularity as more pet owners across the globe realize the value of quality nutrition. Most people have the notion that feeding a dog is a complex thing to do let alone making a home cooked meal. Well, it’s no more complicated than making your ...read the full article.
CANINE FLU Flu, flu Go Away! This time of year we are focused on getting our own flu shots, preparing our medicine cabinets for the cold months ahead, digging out our hot water bottles and buying boxes of tissue, but what about our furry friends? Protecting your best friend from canine influenza can be daunting. Until 2004, when an equine influenza virus was detected in greyhounds, many people didn’t even ...read the full article.
EPILEPTIC DOGS Living with an Epileptic Dog Seizures are one of the more common neurologic problem in dogs. Owners are often emotionally distraught because of the violent and unpredictable nature of seizures. A seizure is the result of excessive electrical activity in the brain, and can manifest as abnormal behaviour (e.g. fly-biting, vocalization, running in circles, aggression) or uncoordinated motor activity (e.g. paddling of legs, muscle twitching, stiffening of muscles). ...read the full article.
Springtime Fun With Your Dog Well, we made it through the freezing temperatures, the Christmas mayhem, and the New Year’s celebrations. Our pups have been very patient and waiting to pounce. Tongues are wagging and begging for fresh air and the space to run free! No more cabin fever. So, let’s do it! Get outdoors and enjoy the scents of SPRINGTIME! Plan some fun activities and push yourself to think like a ...read the full article.
How To Help Shelter Dogs When You Can’t Adopt Most dog lovers know the feeling. You love dogs and wish you could save them all, but you can’t possibly bring one more home or your significant other is going to kill you. Well, even if you can’t adopt (another) dog, there are lots of things you can do to help shelter dogs in need. Foster This is a great way ...read the full article.
Your Pet’s Immune System This time of year, we have to be extra mindful of your pet’s immune system. Those extra holiday treats have possibly added a few inches to Fido’s waistline, as well as ours, and we aren’t the only ones who can catch a sneeze or cough when the winter winds blow. To keep your pet’s immune system in flu-fighting condition, you need to pay attention to your ...read the full article.