Feeding an older dog

Caring For Your Senior Dog: What You Should Know

November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month! As our dogs get older we often see different age-related ailments that can cause our pups pain and discomfort. If you’re considering bringing home a sweet, old pooch this month, we’ve got a few tips that will help when it comes to caring for your senior dog.

by DogTime
November 18th

Eukanuba 28 Day Challenge

Eukanuba recently launched their 28-Day Challenge to help dogs and their owners experience the difference that extraordinary nutrition can make.

by DogTime
July 13th, 2011

Feeling bloated isn’t just a nuisance for dogs

Everyone feels bloated at times, and nobody enjoys it. Just like humans, dogs can become bloated for a variety of reasons. A major difference for your dog is that his bloat can quickly become a serious, even life-threatening condition, if left untreated.Bloat occurs when your pet’s abdominal area fills with fluid, foam or excess gas. […]

by DogTime
June 2nd, 2009

Your dog can have allergies, too

Allergies are quite common in dogs. Anything from pollen to chicken flavored treats can bring on an unpleasant reaction. Learn the symptoms and how to treat dog allergies.

by DogTime
May 31st, 2009

Safe bones for dogs?

Question:What kinds of bones are safe to give my dog?Answer:There are many different kinds of bones out there, so treating your dog to one once in a while will take a bit of research and some common sense. The most important thing to know is that chicken bones are never a safe idea, but some […]

by Jamie Wolf
May 27th, 2009

Food for older dogs?

What am I buying when I pick up dog food labeled “for seniors”?

by Marion Nestle and Malden Nesheim
May 25th, 2009

Vegetarian dog food?

Question:I know that dogs like meat, but I’d like to feed mine a vegetarian diet. Is that safe?Answer:Your dog can live a long and healthy life on a strictly vegetarian diet, but just as you would for yourself, make sure that she’s receiving plenty of protein and all the essential vitamins and nutrients.If you’re introducing […]

by DogTime
May 25th, 2009

Diet for older dogs

Time will eventually take its toll on your beloved dog – as it does on us all.Somewhere between the ages of 7 and 12 years, your dog’s body will undergo metabolic, immunologic, and compositional changes. She will begin to show signs of aging. Much like humans, an aging dog may experience digestive problems, loss of […]

by DogTime
April 27th, 2009
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