Dogs are part of the family, and we don’t want to exclude them on Easter, but it’s important to be cautious when there are a lot of people and distractions. Veterinarian Dr. Danielle Bernal gives dog owners some Easter safety advice for keeping pooches out of danger.
Not all, but many types of peanut butter have an ingredient called xylitol. Xylitol is a substance often used in place of natural sweeteners, and it is highly toxic for dogs. While it is safe for people to eat without issue, the same cannot be said for our canine friends. Here’s what you should know.
Can dogs eat cherries? The short answer is no, dogs shouldn’t eat cherries, even though your dog may have eaten a cherry or two in the past and felt fine afterward. There are plenty of human foods that are good for dogs and make for better choices than cherries.
We all want to spoil our pups, but sometimes being a good doggy parent is knowing when to say, “No.” Never feed your dog any of the foods on this list.
A reader took his pup to his aunt’s house over the holidays and made sure to keep the cat and dog food separate. But why is that so important? Dear Labby has the answer.