For many people, dogs are part of the family. We all love our pets and all the fun and good times that come along with having a furry friend in the house. Playing fetch at the park, running at the beach, jumping on the bed to snuggle - these are some of the highlights of your dog’s life!
Contrary to popular belief, hip and joint supplements aren’t just for older dogs and large breeds. Osteoarthritis is a slowly progressive, degenerative, and debilitating disease affecting 20% of the canine population over the age of one
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.
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.
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.