Even if you keep up with professional doggy dental cleanings, you must take care of your dog’s oral health at home, too. It’s a vital step in preventing the onset of more serious periodontal diseases. Here’s what you should know!
Have you ever wondered whether you could safely give your dog the human painkiller paracetamol? The very short answer is no, you should not give paracetamol to your dog. While the medication is generally safe for humans, it can prove toxic or even fatal to canines. Here’s what you need to know.
Collie eye anomaly in dogs is an inherited, congenital condition, meaning dogs have it from birth. It occurs because of a certain mutated chromosome, and in some cases, it can even result in detached retinas. Here’s what you should know.
Bordetella in dogs is a bacterium (full name: Bordetella bronchiseptica) that often causes respiratory disease. It’s one of the most common causes of the disease known colloquially as “kennel cough.” Here’s what you should know.
Water fountains can encourage your canine to take on enough water, and there’s a range of fountains available to make sure you can select one that fits comfortably into your home decor setup. These water fountains will help hydrate your dog this summer.
If you’re fortunate to have a pool on your property or you live close to a safe outdoor body of water, then your dog might love to take play sessions in an aquatic direction! Here are five dog toys that your dog will love chasing in the water!
Accessorizing your dog with a fun and eye-catching collar is a great way to show off your dog’s fashion credentials. Here are five super stylish dog collars that will show off your pup’s personality in the most vibrant fashion!
Making the decision to shop for organic food in a sustainable fashion can help the environment and also supports local farmers and food chain workers. Organic dog treats can also offer greater nutritional benefits to your beloved pooch.
We’re celebrating May 19th as #WeSayThanks Day to honor all those essential workers who are still out there keeping us safe during the pandemic. Of course, we can’t thank our firefighters enough. Luckily, resident firehouse dogs are also supporting our heroes!
When it’s time for an outdoor play session, many dogs love to stretch their paws and go on super long runs. But what if you’re not feeling quite that athletic yourself? Well, that’s when you’ll want to pick up some toys that can keep your dog running and moving while you get to relax a little more.
When you’re welcoming a fresh canine face into your family, it’s important that you don’t overlook the basics that you’ll need to make sure the pupper’s forever home is a safe and comfortable one right from the start. Here are five absolute essentials that every new puppy adopter needs.
When you adopt a dog, it’s important that the new arrival gets along with the kids in your home. Toys provide a great way to help foster a strong and loving bond between your children and their dog. Here are a few favorites!
Small, low-calorie treats are great for extended training sessions. They quickly reinforce your pup’s lessons without causing weight gain or interfering with their normal diet. Here’s a selection of five dog training treats that are perfect for quick, positive reinforcement!
How can you make sure your dog stays safe when you have to leave them at home? That’s when technology in the form of pet cameras and monitors can provide a reassuring presence. Here are favorites that will let you make sure your dog is safe.
May 14th is officially National Chihuahua Appreciation Day! What better occasion to celebrate the adorably pint-sized pooch in your life by picking up some gifts that’ll let your Chihuahua know just how much you love and appreciate them?
Speaking to co-workers and clients via apps and calls is a safe and efficient way to go about your business or enjoy a virtual happy hour with friends. But how do you keep your canine from taking over your conference calls? Check out these five fun and smart products!
This Mother’s Day, broadcast your mom’s canine credentials to the world by giving her a dog-themed gift! Whether you’re after coffee mugs that proclaim mom’s love for her dog or some canine-centric home decor, there are tons of gifts that will delight the dog mom in your life.
National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day falls on May 8th. It’s a reminder to make sure that you’re fully stocked up with essential items that your dog will need if you have to leave home during a natural disaster. Here are five items for your dog’s emergency go bag.
When you’re looking to really amp up your dog’s exercise routine, consider doing some agility training. You can create an obstacle course in your yard, or even in your home if you have room! Here are a few items that can help with your dog’s at-home training.
Dog’s are hardwired to chew down on things, but a smart solution is to present some better alternatives to chew on–and save your shoes in the process. Although as always, you should ask your vet before giving your dog new treats and chews, just to be safe!
Pet parents often use tasty, rewarding treats to train their dogs, but that can cause problems if you’re working with a dog who’s already above their ideal weight. Thankfully, low-calorie treats can give you viable, healthier alternatives for rewarding your dog while keeping their weight under control.