How To Use An Indoor Dog Toilet To Housetrain Your Pup

    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.

    by DogTime
    March 18th

    Saint Patrick’s Day Safety Tips For You And Your Dog

    Shamrocks, parades, pots o’ gold, green beer—Saint Paddy’s Day celebrates spring and one of Ireland’s most revered saints. But there are a few hazards all dog owners should keep in mind—and we aren’t just talking about leprechauns. Keep your dog safe with these Saint Patrick’s Day tips!

    by DogTime
    March 17th

    The Best Night Time Housetraining Routine For Dogs

    Luckily for humans, dogs and puppies don’t need to pee as often at night, so you don’t need to wake up every hour for a bathroom break. But you will want to follow a modified version of the usual housetraining routine to get your dog–and you–through the night.

    by DogTime
    March 11th

    Prostate Cancer In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Prostate cancer in dogs is a rare but deadly form of cancer that can easily metastasize and spread to other organs and areas of the body, including the lungs, bones, and lymph nodes. Most prostate cancer is known as adenocarcinoma, which is highly aggressive. Here’s what you should know.

    by DogTime
    March 10th

    The Iditarod Dog Race And The Bigger Conversation It Leads To

    The Iditarod, Alaska’s most famous sled dog race, begins on March 7th, 2020 outside Anchorage. Each year, the event stirs up controversy among those most passionate about man and woman’s best friend. Who is right? Is the Iditarod race a form of animal cruelty? Or is it an event that celebrates dogs?

    by DogTime
    March 3rd

    ‘Puppies For Sale?’ Consider Adoption Instead

    You may wonder what the harm is in buying puppies or taking them from someone giving them away for free. But before you fall in love with those puppy dog eyes, you should know what happens when you buy a puppy or take a dog for free–and why you should adopt instead.

    by DogTime
    February 28th

    15 Things Every New Puppy Parent Must Have

    Raising a puppy can be a very exciting experience but also time consuming and stressful. Sometimes new puppy parents find themselves unprepared for the flood of responsibilities and needs that come with adopting a young dog. Here’s a list of items every new puppy owner must have.

    by Faris Jaclyn
    February 27th

    Cushing’s Disease In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Cushing’s disease, or hyperadrenocorticism, in dogs is a condition caused by an overactive adrenal gland that pumps too many steroids and hormones into the bloodstream. The disease usually develops slowly and can result in a variety of symptoms. Here’s what you should know.

    by DogTime
    February 20th

    Happy World Spay Day: Time To Get It Done

    World Spay Day is observed on the fourth Tuesday in February every year. In 2020, that falls on February 25th. It’s a day to promote awareness and encourage pet owners to have their female animals spayed–as well as neutering their male pets–to keep the pet population under control.

    by DogTime
    February 19th

    Dogs In The White House: What Makes A Dog Presidential?

    Forget elephants and donkeys–the White House has often been the domain of canines. With Presidents Day on the way, here are some facts about the pooches who made the White House their home with their Presidential parents and what it takes to be First Dog.

    by DogTime
    February 17th

    10 Ways To Show Your Dog You Love Them On Valentine’s Day

    February is here, and that means that Valentine’s Day is on our minds. Of course, we couldn’t have a proper Valentine’s Day celebration without our one true loves–our dogs! Here are some fun and thoughtful ways to celebrate your love for your canine companion this Valentine’s Day.

    by DogTime
    February 14th

    Rabies In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Prevention

    Rabies in dogs is a virus that affects the brain and spinal cord, and it’s always fatal. This is why vaccinating against rabies is so important for dogs. Symptoms of rabies include behavioral changes, paralysis, and eventually death. Here’s what you should know.

    by DogTime
    February 12th
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