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The Problem With Breeding Brachycephalic (Short-Faced) Dogs

Brachycephalic dogs are adorable. That’s hard to deny. So why should it be a problem when breeders continue to produce these dogs to meet demand? Well, those cute, smushed faces come at a price, and not just in terms of how much money it costs to buy a dog from a breeder.

by Mike Clark
21 Hours Ago

10 Ways To ‘Get Your Dog On’ If You Don’t Have A Dog

Maybe you just don’t have the financial means, or maybe you live with an allergy sufferer. Well don’t worry, there are plenty of ways you can hang out with dogs and take on plenty of dog-related chores–I mean opportunities–that you can ask your dog owning friends and neighbors about.

by Mike Clark
21 Hours Ago

Can I Give My Dog Pepto Bismol? Is Pepto Bismol Safe For Dogs?

The answer to that question is technically yes, you can give Pepto Bismol to your dog, but NOT without asking your veterinarian, first. In many circumstances, it can make your dog sicker, it can mask signs of severe illness, and it can be difficult to determine a safe dosage.

by Mike Clark
21 Hours Ago

Before You Return That Rescue Dog To The Shelter…

It’s important that we don’t shame people who consider returning their dog to the shelter, but instead give them resources and encouragement that might help them realize that they can take steps to keep their pup. Here are some ways to deal with problems before you return your dog to the shelter.

by Mike Clark
August 15th

Can Dogs Eat Grapes? Are Grapes Safe For Dogs?

When it comes to the question, “Can dogs eat grapes?” there is a simple answer. It’s an unequivocal NO. Raisins and grapes are very toxic for all dog breeds. Even if your dog has eaten grapes before without issue, it’s still not safe. Adverse reactions could still happen the next time.

by Dildeep Singh
August 15th

Ursodiol For Dogs: Uses, Dosage, & Side Effects

Ursodiol for dogs is a bile acid used to treat liver disease and dissolve or prevent gallstones. It is also known by the brand names Actigall and Urso. Dogs usually tolerate it well, but some side effects can occur. Here’s what you should know.

by Mike Clark
August 15th

Dog Kennels: When You Can’t Bring Them With You

As much as you might like to bring your dog on your travels, sometimes it’s just not possible or practical. And you may have used up all your pet-sitting favors from family and friends. It might be time to go shopping for dog kennels.

by Cricket Lee
August 14th

Pneumonia In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

Pneumonia in dogs is a condition that affects the respiratory system, including the lungs and airways that allow dogs to breathe. This results in several symptoms that usually disappear with proper treatment, though if it’s not treated, it can lead to serious complications.

by Mike Clark
August 14th

Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 7 Tips For Walking Senior Dogs

Our senior pups may not move as fast as they used to, but they still benefit from regular exercise and walks. It’s important to keep older dogs moving, even if they don’t have the same physical abilities and needs that they did when they were younger. Here are some tips for walking senior dogs.

by Mike Clark
August 13th

Gastritis In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

Gastritis is a condition in dogs that results from inflammation of the lining of the gastrointestinal system, which causes a variety of unpleasant symptoms. It can be acute, where symptoms appear suddenly and severely, or chronic, where they appear steadily and worsen over time.

by Mike Clark
August 12th

5 Ways To Show Your Dog Love That They Can Understand

You’re absolutely crazy about your dog, and you’re not afraid to show it. But all the treats, toys, fancy collars, and comfy beds can’t let your dog know just how special they are to you. Here are a few ways you can express your love to your dog that they’ll understand.

by Mike Clark
August 9th

30 Celebrities Who Love Their Dogs [PICTURES]

Celebrities aren’t so different from ordinary people, especially when it comes to loving dogs. And it’s nice to know that no matter how rich and famous you get, you’ll still have to pick up after your pup when you go for a walk. Check out these celebs and their pooches!

by DogTime
August 9th

Bladder Infections In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

Bladder infections in dogs happen when bacteria or other microbes get in the bladder, causing a variety of symptoms mostly associated with urination. Female dogs are more likely to contract bladder infections, though any canine can get them.. Here’s what you should know.

by Mike Clark
August 9th

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

Meningitis In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, And Treatments

Meningitis in dogs is a neurological disease that results in inflammation of the protective membranes that surround the central nervous system called the meninges. Symptoms can be severe and can lead to neurological problems like seizures and paralysis. In some cases, it can be fatal.

by Mike Clark
August 8th
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