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How To Housetrain Your Puppy: Steps To Take & Mistakes To Avoid

Perhaps one of the most daunting tasks for first-time puppy adopters is housetraining. But by taking the right steps, you can make housetraining your puppy simple and straightforward, and your rewards will be a cleaner home and a happier dog. Here’s what you should know.

by DogTime
2 Hours Ago

Fever In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatment

A fever is your dog’s body’s way of fighting off infection or inflammation, which can range from mild to life-threatening. You should consult your vet right away so they can treat it. Here’s what you should know about fever in dogs.

by Maggie Clancy
2 Hours Ago

Puppy Socialization: How To Raise A Friendly Dog

Do you want a dog who’s friendly and trustworthy around both people and other dogs? How you care for your canine — and socialization training in particular — plays a big role in how they respond to people and other pooches, especially if you’ve adopted a puppy.

by DogTime
June 15th

10 Best Kid-Friendly Dog Breeds For Families

Adopting a dog is like choosing a brand new family member. It’s not a decision to be taken lightly, and when there are kids involved, the decision is even more important. Here are a few things you should look for, along with ten naturally kid-friendly dog breeds.

by Alexandra Cannon
June 15th

30 Best Dog Names For Sweet Schnauzers

Maybe you’ve just adopted a Schnauzer into your family and don’t know what to call them yet. If you’re looking for the best name for a Schnauzer dog, you’ve come to the right place! Here are 30 of the best names for sweet Schnauzer dogs!

by Higgins
June 15th

Paralysis In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

Paralysis in dogs happens when the central nervous system’s ability to coordinate the body’s movements is diminished or completely lost. All cases of paralysis in dogs, even rare cases of temporary paralysis, are a cause for concern and warrant a vet visit without delay.

by Mike Clark
June 15th

Adolescent Dogs: What To Expect & Tips To Manage Behavior

Like human teens, adolescent dogs explore their world and test their own abilities in ways you won’t always like. But if you keep up with the guidelines that got you through puppyhood, as well some new ones just for adolescents, you can keep enjoying your dog and lay the foundation for a happy life together.

by DogTime
June 14th

Keep The Peace: 8 Tips For Being A Good Dog Neighbor

If you’re a dog parent and lover of all things canine, the burden is on you to keep peace in the neighborhood — or at least keep your dog from becoming a burden on others. You can avoid ill feelings and confrontations with these tips for being a good dog neighbor!

by Jasmine Patel
June 14th

Dog Car Sickness: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, & Prevention

If your dog feels nauseous and ill or even vomits when they travel, then they may suffer from car sickness. Most dogs eventually outgrow it, and there are steps you and your vet can take to reduce symptoms and make your dog more comfortable. Here’s what you should know.

by DogTime
June 14th

5 Key Steps To Safely Introduce Your Dog To A Bearded Dragon

Dogs are humans’ best friends. But, can a dog be best friends with a bearded dragon too? Fortunately, if you’re planning to introduce your dog to a bearded dragon, there are steps you can take to promote a lasting friendship while keeping both animals safe.

by Johnathan David
June 11th

Can Dogs Eat Ice? Is Ice Safe For Dogs?

Can dogs eat ice? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat ice. As long as the pieces are small enough to where your dog won’t choke, ice is perfectly safe for them. Of course, there are exceptions, so you must ask your vet before giving your dog ice. Here’s what you should know.

by Maggie Clancy
June 11th

Top 32 Small Breeds That Make Good Apartment Dogs

Are you wondering what the best small dog breeds for an apartment are? Since small dogs take up less space, many apartment dwellers prefer the smaller dog breeds. Here are 32 small dogs who make great companions for those who live in apartments or condos.

by DogTime
June 10th

How To Plan A Comfy, Safe Room For A New Dog In Your Home

Leaving your pet home alone every day can be challenging for both of you. However, having a dog room ensures that your pet is safe, entertained, and comfortable. Your canine friend is not picky, so you can use a crate or a small room in the house.

by Kevin Nelson
June 10th

Gallstones In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

Gallstones in dogs form from bacteria, bile, calcium salts, cholesterol, and proteins, and they sometimes cause blockages in the gallbladder. If you notice the signs of gallstones in your dog, you should see a vet immediately. Here’s what you should know.

by Mike Clark
June 10th

Tramadol For Dogs: Uses, Dosage, & Side Effects

Tramadol for dogs is an opioid painkiller drug used to treat pets who’ve gone through surgery, suffer from osteoarthritis, or have pain symptoms from other conditions. It’s one of the few painkillers that’s prescribed to both humans and dogs for treatment. Here’s what you should know.

by Mike Clark
June 10th

8 Cool Dog Hangout Spaces That You Can Make For Your Pup

Dogs love hanging out with their humans, but sometimes they also appreciate a space that they can have all to themselves to chill, feel safe, and maybe catch up on some napping. Here are eight cool dog pads that you might want to try making for your pup.

by Mike Clark
June 9th

Can Dogs Eat Mushrooms? Are Mushrooms Safe For Dogs?

Can dogs eat mushrooms? There is no short, simple answer. Some mushrooms can have health benefits for dogs, just like they can for humans. But also as with humans, certain species of mushrooms can be toxic and potentially lethal to your dog. Here’s what you should know.

by Maggie Clancy
June 8th
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