Movies are just better with dogs, and they should be honored. So, before another year passes, let’s celebrate those canines who’ve captured our hearts on the silver screen. Here are five new Academy Awards for canines, and the dogs who deserve to win those Oscars!
So you’ve just typed “dogs for sale” into Google hoping to find a specific breed of dog or a cheap, quick, and easy way to grab a companion. We need to talk.
Giving your dog a bone can be very dangerous, or, if you’re well-informed and follow some simple rules, it can be safe and even good for your pup. Here’s the information you need to help you determine which bones will be good for your dog and which ones to avoid.
Cystitis is a general term for inflammation of a dog’s bladder. Usually it’s caused by a bacterial infection or another type of infection. However, when inflammation doesn’t occur due to an infection, it’s called interstitial cystitis. Here’s what you should know.
Ten million dogs and cats go missing every year. That’s why National Lost Dog Awareness Day, observed on April 23rd, is such an important day for pet owners. Here are a few things you can do if you ever have to find a lost dog.
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When we think of a dog show event, we expect to see the best in agility and obedience. But sometimes, there are a few dogs in the bunch who don’t really care about any of that. In fact, all they really wanna do is have some fun. Watch these funny dog agility fail videos!
The short answer is yes, dogs can eat nutritional yeast. But keep in mind that this is not the same kind of yeast you use in most recipes for bread or rising dough. That kind of yeast is quite dangerous for dogs, and they should never eat it. Here’s what you should know.
Pyelonephritis in dogs is a bacterial infection of the ureter in the kidney, which is part of the upper urinary tract. It’s generally caused by a lower urinary tract infection (UTI) that migrates upward toward the kidney, though it can have other causes, as well. Here’s what you should know.
April 22nd is Earth Day! Going green doesn’t just apply to us as humans; it also applies to us as dog owners. If you want to live a greener life, it’s important to include your pets in the process. Here’s what you can do to go green.
You can teach your puppy to use their indoor toilet in the same way you’ll teach them to go outside — keep them in their crate when you’re not with them, take them to their doggy toilet every two hours, and praise and reward them for using it. Here’s what you should know.
The short answer is yes, dogs can eat chia seeds. In fact, chia seeds are one of the best supplements you can add to your dog’s regular meals, and due to the small size of the seeds, it’s super easy to incorporate them into mealtimes.
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