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7 Of The Most Awesome And Memorable Video Game Dogs

Sometimes the canines we meet in video game adventures are friends, sometimes they’re foes, and sometimes they’re heroes. From loyal to lovable, creepy to courageous, here are some of the most awesome pups from your favorite video games!

by Mike Clark
September 12th

Epilepsy In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

Epilepsy in dogs is a neurological condition marked by an abnormal burst of electrical energy to the brain, which causes the body to malfunction in several ways. Dogs may lose consciousness during an epileptic seizure, but not always. Here’s what you should know.

by DogTime
September 12th

DogSpeak: What Does Your Dog’s ‘Guilty’ Look Really Mean?

You’ve probably seen the “guilty look” from your dog, or maybe you’ve seen one of the countless guilty dog memes or viral videos online. But what does that guilty look mean? Are dogs actually ashamed of their behavior when they look like that?

by Colleen Safford
September 11th

Should My Dog Get A Flu Shot For Canine Influenza?

With fall coming soon, so does the dreaded “flu season.” If you’re a pet parent, an important question you might ask yourself is, “Does my dog need the flu shot?” The quick answer is maybe; it depends on your dog’s lifestyle and risk of exposure.

by Jean Andrei
September 5th

Alternative Medicine: Dog Acupuncture

Dog acupuncture is a therapeutic process during which a practitioner inserts fine needles into your dog’s body to help control pain and cure chronic ailments. Modern practitioners also employ electric heat, massage, and even low-power cold lasers to stimulate acupuncture points.

by DogTime
September 5th

8 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Dog’s Paws

Your dog’s paws let them run, play fetch, go for walks, or just generally get around. Those paws need to be cared for to protect their well-being. Pups need their paws to be in top shape to stay on the go, and it’s your job to take care of them and make sure your dog is able to keep moving.

by Mike Clark
August 28th

Colitis In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

Canine colitis is an inflammation of the colon in dogs. It’s responsible for some 50 percent of cases of chronic diarrhea in dogs, and while it doesn’t demand a trip to the emergency room, it certainly requires the input of your veterinarian. Here’s what you should know.

by DogTime
August 20th

Dogs 101: Dog Shampoo

Even dogs who feel that a bath is cruel and unusual punishment have to get one once in a while. While some dogs with short coats can get away with just water, most dogs need shampoo. Here’s what you should know about picking the right dog shampoo.

by DogTime
August 8th

10 Huge Dog Breeds That Just Give You More To Love

Some dogs just aren’t built for apartment life. Their size makes these mostly gentle giants crave the open space of the good old outdoors. Here are some of the huge dog breeds that tower over the rest and just give you more to love.

by Mike Clark
August 8th

How To Have The Best Camping Trip With Your Dog

The temperatures are warming up, and summer is in full swing. It’s a time for fun outdoor adventures, and for many of us that means camping, especially if we can bring our dogs along. Here are a few tips to get prepared and maximize the camping fun with your dog!

by Vicki Clinebell
August 7th

Is Routine Important For Dogs?

For many of us pet parents, our weekdays are constructed by routine. If routine is so important for us humans, is it important for our cherished pooches as well? The answer is yes! Here’s why.

by Jean Andrei
August 7th

Autoimmune Disease In Dogs: Types, Symptoms, And Treatments

Autoimmune disease covers a broad variety of disorders in dogs that affect the immune system. Canine autoimmune diseases cause the immune system to attack the body’s own cells and tissue. It can be life-threatening to dogs depending on which organ or tissue the immune system rejects.

by Mike Clark
August 5th

6 Reasons Why You CANNOT Skip Grooming Your Dog

It’s always great to make sure our beautiful dogs stay clean and smelling good by grooming them regularly, but grooming is about more than just keeping them nice and pretty. In fact, it’s actually very vital to their health and wellness.

by Jean Andrei
July 29th

4 Incredibly Lofty Positions Held By Dogs

Your pooch probably commands a lot of power in your household, so maybe it’s no surprise that some pups have held pretty high positions in society over the years. And why not? Dogs are loyal, loving, and protective, which are qualities we should all look for in our leaders.

by Mike Clark
July 29th

Dogust: Celebrate The Unofficial Birthday Of Shelter Dogs!

You may not have heard of “Dogust” yet, but it’s coming up on August 1st! Dogust is the unofficial birthday celebration for all shelter dogs whose exact birthdays are unknown. If you adopted a dog from the shelter and don’t know their exact birthday, then join in on the celebration!

by DogTime
July 24th

Dog Constipation: Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

Constipation in dogs is the inability to pass stools normally and easily, which can lead to further symptoms. Constipation in dogs should not be ignored, as it can lead to further complications and symptoms. Luckily, most cases aren’t serious and are easily treated with changes in diet and lifestyle.

by DogTime
July 24th
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