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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.

    Leishmaniasis In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Leishmaniasis in dogs is a disease caused by a Leishmania parasite infection. It can either result in a skin reaction or an abdominal organ reaction, known as black fever. Black fever is the more severe form of the disease. Here’s what you should know.

    by Mike Clark
    July 21st

    Puppy Shower: A Party To Welcome Your New Family Member

    A puppy shower is a fun way to welcome the newest member of the family, and unlike a baby shower, the guest of honor gets to join in the fun! Puppy showers can help you kick off your puppy’s socialization process, too! Here are a few things to consider when planning your dog’s Welcome Home puppy shower.

    by Mike Clark
    July 16th

    Sunscreen For Dogs: Everything You Need To Know

    Sometimes we forget that our pups can get sunburns, just like us, and that can lead to skin damage, secondary infections, and skin cancer. A fur coat isn’t always enough protection from the sun’s harmful rays. Here’s what you should know about using sunscreen on your dog.

    by Mike Clark
    July 15th

    Cheer Up The Lonely Day: 5 Ways Your Dog Can Help

    July 11th is Cheer Up The Lonely Day. No one is better at curing loneliness than our canine friends, and if we can share just a little bit of their love and compassion with someone in need, we can make the world a better, kinder place to live.

    by Mike Clark
    July 9th

    The Dog Days Of Summer: What & When Are They?

    The dog days of summer are usually the hottest days of the year, but you may be wondering why we refer to them as the “dog days” and when they happen. What do our beloved canine companions have to do with the warm weather?

    by Mike Clark
    July 6th

    Hurricanes: Preparedness & Evacuation Plan For Dog Parents

    Hurricane season in the US usually lasts from June to November, and it’s important to prepared for an emergency and possible evacuation with a plan that includes your pets. If you live in an area where hurricanes are known to hit, keep yourself, your family, and your dogs safe.

    by Mike Clark
    July 6th
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