Many places around the world have experienced hotter than usual temperatures this summer. As much as this affects you, your dog is probably affected even more because they can’t sweat. Dogs primarily cool themselves by panting, which isn’t as efficient as sweating.
The world today is all about less waste. With that in mind, it can be tempting to give your dog your food scraps or trimmings. After all, they’d surely love the new, delicious treat. Unfortunately, many human food items are a big no-no for your dog.
Vomiting is one of the most common reasons that people take their dogs to the vet. In that respect, you could consider vomiting or regurgitating to be “normal” for a dog.
Osteoarthritis is a common condition in dogs, especially in older dogs and large breeds. It can cause pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility, which can greatly affect a dog's quality of life. Here is everything you can do to save your little love from Osteoarthritis.