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Dog DNA Tests Not Always Accurate for Pet Health Decisions, Scientists Say

Dog DNA Tests Not Always Accurate for Pet Health Decisions, Scientists Say

Genetic testing has become a valuable tool in the health industry for humans but it's still in its infancy stages for testing dogs. There is...
Sled Dogs in Greenland are Becoming Extinct, Report Says

Sled Dogs in Greenland are Becoming Extinct, Report Says

The sled dog culture in Greenland is unique but the last two decades sadly saw its population decrease, new study says. Here's what is...
New Study Explains Detection Dog Errors in Sniffing Poop

New Study Explains Detection Dog Errors in Sniffing Poop

Did you know that there are dogs working to specifically save wildlife? They’ve been helping conservation sites in over two decades now, and a...

8 Benefits and Uses of Tea Tree Oil for Dogs Backed by Science

More natural treatments are becoming recognized by the scientific community for their health benefits. Tea tree oil is still often seen as a trend...
How Dog Food and Water Bowls are Making Pets Sick

How Dog Food and Water Bowls are Making Pets Sick

New data shows that your dog's water bowl might be filled with germs that may negatively impact your pup's health. The first thing we purchase...
Raw Diets for Dogs Have Health Benefits, New Study Suggests

Raw Diets for Dogs Have Health Benefits, New Study Suggests

There’s a never-ending debate about the nutritional benefits and dangers of raw food for dogs, but a new study has finally added another point...
Study - New Blood Test Makes It Easier to Detect Liver Disease in Dogs

Study: New Blood Test Makes It Easier to Detect Liver Disease in Dogs

The simple blood test that vets developed may soon make detection of liver disease in dogs easier and more specific. Dog liver disease has long...
Kidney Failure in Dogs - The Ultimate Science-based Guide

Kidney Failure in Dogs: A Science-based Guide

The condition known as kidney failure in dogs usually occurs from injury, infection or disease of the kidney. This can result in either a...
New DNA Test Finds Answers to Why Siberian Huskies Have Blue Eyes

New DNA Test Finds Answers to Why Siberian Huskies Have Blue Eyes

Scientists from Embark Veterinary might have finally determined the answer to why Siberian Huskies have blue eyes. Following a DNA test of 6,070 dogs,...
Pets Remember Things Better Than You Think, Studies Show

Pets Remember Things Better Than You Think, Studies Show

Experts keep doing studies on the memory of dogs and cats for one very important reason that could benefit humans. Do pets have long-term memories?...
Why Are Dogs More Prone to Bite Nervous People

Why Are Dogs More Prone to Bite Nervous People?

Apparently, your stressful demeanor around dogs can increase the risks of dog bites, experts say. Can dogs smell fear in humans? You might have been...
Kids Who Grow Up With Dogs Have Lower Asthma Risks

Kids Who Grow Up With Dogs Have Lower Asthma Risks

Research confirms how having a dog in the family with kids has many health benefits for children, particularly those with asthma. Kids who grow up...

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Dog Harnesses: The Ultimate Buyer’s Guide

A dog harness is a fantastic tool when used correctly, but some people buy the wrong thing. There are different types, sizes and uses...
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The question on many dog owner’s minds is not, “does my dog think,” but rather, “what do dogs think about?” Researchers know that canines...
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Dilated Cardiomyopathy in dogs, or DCM, is one type of heart diseases that affects a dog’s heart muscle. The heart muscle becomes weak and...
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Guide on How to Choose a Dog Bed Perfect for Your Fido

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As you enjoy cuddling on the bed, your pooch might be looking for the same. There are many different dog bed types. The most...

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While all dogs are susceptible to training, it has been proven that breed matters in how easy or difficult it will be to train...
Brain Tumor in Dogs - Prognosis, Survival, and Treatment

Brain Tumor in Dogs: Prognosis, Survival, and Treatment

Brain tumors are one of many types of tumors that can affect dogs, except it's also one of the most dangerous. Generally, a brain...