Joint problems and other cartilage issues are a major concern for a lot of dog parents out there. Both smaller and larger dogs can be prone to joint problems, such Read More >
If you have a pet with diabetes, there are many things you’ll need to do to ensure it stays in the best of health. Alongside medications such as insulin, many Read More >
If you live in an area with porcupines, you need to be aware of how dangerous they can be if you have a dog.
You don’t have to live way Read More >
Seizures can be a distressing experience for your furry companion.
Seeing her go through fits with absolutely nothing you can do surely takes a toll on you as well. If Read More >
Imagine this scenario: you have found a decent apartment and you would move in tomorrow, except for one problem. You can’t take your dog with you. The building complex has dog Read More >
Italian Greyhounds are notably smaller than the original Greyhounds. However, they are equally as elegant and graceful. IGs are also very affectionate companions who are alert and sensitive, making them an ideal Read More >
It’s a well-known fact: Golden Retrievers are among the most loyal, intelligent, family-oriented dog breeds.
How often have you spotted a Golden, whether driving by in your car while he/she is Read More >
According to the American Kennel Club, the English Bulldog is the fifth most popular dog breed in the United States. Along with being famous for its goofy and extremely cute face, it’s Read More >
You know it’s true love when you’re ready to wade through practically a moat of urine about it. I commend your commitment to new puppy companionship! With a few things Read More >
No single book is a magic bullet to perfect dog ownership. You always need a few different sources to get the full picture on any topic. There are some really good books out there about
I’m tired of seeing videos in my social media feeds of dogs rescued from unscrupulous breeders and puppy mills. It makes me feel badly and I bet you feel the same. Read More >
I know that some of you shudder at the thought of being separated from your darling little puppy for more than the time it takes to sneak to
My first dog was hiding in the bathroom, wiggling and waiting for me to get off the school bus and find him. His name was Shadow and all I
What’s In A Name?
We like to share the holidays with our pets, and for most humans, food is a part of our celebration. I know that some of you slip your dogs a person
You’ve got your new puppy, now you need a puppy schedule. Puppy training isn’t easy, but you can start things out on the right note by establishing a daily routine for