The cold weather has most of us uncomfortable, shivering, and suffering from various illnesses. While many of us know how to keep ourselves and our children warm, we also want to do the same for our dogs.
It’s time that dog owners should stop worrying if they’re feeding their dogs enough nutrients. If you don’t even keep your dog hydrated, then feeding all the healthy things won’t work.
The holidays might be around the corner, bringing some weeks of relaxation and enjoyment for you.
As pet owners, we all love those cute little pads on the paws of our furry friends. While we might be charmed by their look, these pads are actually an essential part of a dog’s body.
Thanksgiving has rolled around again, and you’re feeling grateful, generous, and much more kindly towards your fellow human beings.
There are several pet medications for dogs, cats, and other kinds of animals. You should be careful not to give them medication without the approval of a vet, but the range of medicines might vary.
Dogs are living beings. Therefore, they risk exposure to health issues like tick-bite fever, rabies, colds, kennel cough, and other nasty viruses and bacterial infections.
Degenerative Myelopathy (DM,) affects adult dogs. The spinal cord disorder is similar to Lou Gehrig’s disease in people. DM degrades the “white matter” surrounding the spinal cord and affects the peripheral nervous system.
Obesity is a major issue not only in humans but in dogs as well. Feedings your dog too much, as many eager owners might do, can actually harm them quite a bit.
Your dog brings happiness to your life. It’s entertaining to play throw and fetch with your pooch and watch as they chase after the ball or rope in joy.