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Mike Clark

Head Editor at DogTime.com and CatTime.com. Has a side hustle as a joke writer. Former professional dog walker and pet sitter at Windy City Paws.

    8 Ways To Help A Dog With Dementia

    Canine cognitive dysfunction, or CCD, is similar to Alzheimer’s disease in humans, and it tends to appear in older dogs as the brain ages. The symptoms can be heartbreaking, but there are ways to help treat your dog, make them comfortable, and improve their condition.

    by Mike Clark
    11 Hours Ago

    6 Signs Your Dog Might Have Heartworm

    April is National Heartworm Awareness Month, and it’s a good time to begin watching out for the symptoms of heartworm in your dog. Heartworm can be difficult to detect in the early stages, but if your dog exhibits any of these symptoms, visit a veterinarian immediately.

    by Mike Clark
    March 31st

    10 Tips To Help Prevent Flea Bites On Dogs

    There are plenty of ways to stop fleas from attacking your dog, and you can use medicinal means or rely on homemade solutions. Sometimes the best approach is to use a combination of different preventative measures. Talk about these flea treatments with your vet!

    by Mike Clark
    March 31st

    Melatonin For Dogs: Uses, Dosage, & Side Effects

    Melatonin for dogs is a sedative hormonal supplement that is used to treat many kinds of anxiety, hyperactivity, restlessness, and other conditions. It is generally considered to be safe for dogs with a vet’s recommendation. Here’s what you should know.

    by Mike Clark
    March 31st

    How Long Are Dogs Pregnant, And What Happens During Pregnancy?

    Dogs are pregnant for about 63 days or nine weeks, though this may vary by a few days depending on several factors. It’s hard to find out whether a dog is pregnant without veterinary tests, as there are many medical issues that result in similar symptoms. Here’s what you should know about dog pregnancy.

    by Mike Clark
    March 27th

    7 Great Danes Who Think They’re Lap Dogs [VIDEOS]

    When you think of a big dog, you probably think of a Great Dane. They’re huge pups that could easily be mistaken for small horses. But that doesn’t stop them from thinking like lap dogs. Here are seven hilarious videos of Great Danes who act like lap dogs.

    by Mike Clark
    March 24th

    How To Choose The Right Type Of Dog Harness For Your Dog

    Some dog harnesses are meant for everyday use with dogs on walks, but there are also dog harnesses for training purposes, for service dogs, or for use in the car. ere’s what you should know about a few of the different types of dog harnesses you can buy.

    by Mike Clark
    March 24th

    How Do You Get Your Neighbor’s Dog To Stop Barking?

    If your neighbor’s dog won’t stop barking, it can go beyond a minor annoyance. A barking dog who doesn’t belong to you can disrupt your sleep, ruin your peace of mind, or become a headache-inducing nuisance. Here are a few ways you can put a stop to a noisy neighbor pooch.

    by Mike Clark
    March 23rd

    Dog Ear Mites: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Dog ear mites are small parasites, most commonly of a species called Otodectes cynotis, that feed on the wax, oils, and debris in dogs’ ears. They can cause inflammation and injuries as dogs scratch themselves. Here’s what you should know.

    by Mike Clark
    March 19th

    7 Best Dog Breeds To Celebrate With On Saint Patrick’s Day

    Saint Patrick’s Day is a time for being with your pals and laughing over a few pints of green beer. So if you’re going to spend time with friends, why not spend it with humans’ best friends–dogs? Here are a few dog breeds that would make excellent companions for Saint Paddy’s Day!

    by Mike Clark
    March 17th
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