Dog Health

Xylitol:  What Is It, Where Is It Found and Why It Is so Dangerous for Your Dog?

Xylitol: What Is It, Where Is It Found and Why It Is so Dangerous for Your Dog?

Xylitol is a product that is becoming increasingly popular for use in a number of common human food products and ...
How to Enjoy a Safe Outdoor BBQ Party With Your Dog

How to Enjoy a Safe Outdoor BBQ Party With Your Dog

With warmer weather fast approaching, it’ll soon be time for fun outdoor BBQs. And while you should certainly invite Fido ...
How To Trim Your Dog’s Nails

How To Trim Your Dog’s Nails

As my 3-year-old Pitbull / German Shepherd mix, Lucy, trots down the hallway I hear the clickity-clack of her toenails ...
'My Dog Is Limping': What to Do If They Have Mobility Issues

‘My Dog Is Limping’: What to Do If They Have Mobility Issues

Have you noticed that your dog seems to be limping?  It may not be something you need to panic about ...
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Diagnosing and Treating Allergies in Dogs

Have you ever noticed your dog obsessively licking or scratching his skin, biting or chewing his paws, or dragging his ...
Dog Obesity Is More Common Than You Think: Tips for Helping Your Dog Lose Weight

Dog Obesity Is More Common Than You Think: Tips for Helping Your Dog Lose Weight

What is the most common killer of dogs?  Would you be surprised to know that it is obesity-related problems? Dog-obesity ...
16 Tips for Helping Your Dog Cope with a Hot Summer

16 Tips for Helping Your Dog Cope with a Hot Summer

It can be really exciting when the warm weather comes around and it may seem like there could be nothing ...
Dog Neutering: The Pros and Cons

Dog Neutering: The Pros and Cons

Dog neutering can be an extremely emotive subject and there can often be strong opinions on both sides of the ...
Ticks: What Are They and How Dog Owners Should Deal with Them

Ticks: What Are They and How Dog Owners Should Deal with Them

They may freak you out when you first see one, you may panic that your dog is going to become ...
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