The Shedding! The Shedding!

It’s unavoidable that the furry friend will shed. For those who are in possession of a longhaired dog the odds are greater that your dog will shed. The most effective thing you could do for your loved ones as well as your furry friend will be to make an effort to keep down the pet [&hellip

Is Aspirin for... Is Aspirin for Dogs?

Dogs get sick just like people frequently and need drugs to help treat their illnesses just as much. No one likes to see their dog get sick or be in pain which means that your immediate reaction might be to give them an over the counter drug that’s made especially for individuals. Unless a veterinarian [&hellip

Is Tylenol K9... Is Tylenol K9 Friendly?

Keeping your pet healthy is something that is most likely very important to you. Even though you may want to rush to the medicine cabinet and provide your dog relief for his pain instantly that may not always be the best option. It is important to first understand the pros and cons to giving your [&hellip

K9 Probiotics: A... K9 Probiotics: A Health Cushion

There are various types of medications and supplements that can be good for your dog. Probiotics for instance are good for your dog. Many probiotics can be found in human food such as yogurt and cottage cheese but can also be purchased in supplement form. Many studies have shown that giving probiotics to your pet [&hellip

Is it Time... Is it Time for a Bully Stick?

If you do not know what a bully stick is, it is a popular chewing treat for dogs that is made from the testicles of a bull. These sticks have the ability to keep your dog from chewing up furniture and other household items. It is not recommended that you give bully sticks to puppies [&hellip

Dealing with Dog... Dealing with Dog Constipation Naturally

Keeping your dog calm and safe is your primary responsibility when it comes to being a pet owner. Sometimes dogs can become out of control or anxious there has to be a remedy for it. If you are taking a dog on a long car ride and they grow scared and anxious, you will need [&hellip

Eating Its Way... Eating Its Way to a Happy Pet

No pet owner wants to see their best friend in any kind of pain. Your pets are a part of your family so when they become ill it can be devastating to the entire family. Dogs are called “man’s best friend” for a reason, and nobody wants to see their best friend suffer. So when [&hellip

Rimadyl: Pain Killer... Rimadyl: Pain Killer with an Age

Just like humans dogs can get diseases and conditions that are unbearable for them to stand. In many cases these diseases and conditions can be treated with medication. Conditions such as arthritis, joint pain, and pink eye are all conditions that both humans and dogs can obtain. Arthritis can be a painful condition in both [&hellip

The Fragile Side... The Fragile Side Of A Sturdy Companion

Let’s face it; we often treat our pets better than we treat ourselves. We take our pets for visits to the veterinarian for regular checkups, something that most adults don’t even do for themselves. We make sure that our pets are not being overfed and that they don’t get too many treats during the day. [&hellip

When He’s Shaking... When He's Shaking Like A Polaroid

Shaking and eating chocolate are two concerns that many dog owners have because dogs cannot talk and tell you why they are shaking or how much chocolate they ate. In some cases, your can quickly remedy the situation without intervention, but if you do not know why your dog is shaking and he does not [&hellip

It Pays To... Lapdog-646x363

Everyone knows that when a dog gets too hot they pant to cool down, but did you know that they also sweat through their paws? A dog has sweat lands between the pads of their paws which is why on really hot days you may see wet paw prints on the ground. Dogs are pretty [&hellip

Competition Dog: And... Domestication-of-the-gray-wolf

Dogs and human beings have been living together for thousands of years, but how did it all get started? Researchers theorize that wolves first became attracted to human beings because of the food scraps we would leave uneaten. What could be better than someone else going through the danger of hunting for you, and then [&hellip

Fun Pet Facts:... No-chocolate-for-pet

Eating chocolate can be fatal to dogs due to the presence of a chemical which is toxic to dogs, namely theobromine. Theobromine is found in cocoa beans, dogs are unable to metabolise this chemical effectively which can have deadly consequences. Dark chocolate is worse than lighter varieties of chocolate due to a higher concentration of [&hellip