In veterinary practice, Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) was used for decades on dogs and cats. Now pet owners can access its benefits with in-home treatment.
Raw dog food is still controversial. But what's the truth? Is it as healthy or as bad as either side claims? We dig deeper into the subject in this podcast.
Knowing signs of actual anxiety in dogs versus general bad dog behavior is very important. Here's what professional pet trainers recommend to do.
A common question pet owners have is often about the difference of wet vs dry dog food brands. Dr Adolphe is here to answer all the questions about this.
Winter is almost here, which means adjusting your and your dog's lifestyle to cold weather. Did you know that as seasons change, so does your dog's dietary needs?
Do you have an idea for pet products but don't know how to get them out? This podcast is for petpreneurs on how to market your dog products and everything else the process entails.
There are still debates going on: is it a good idea to raise kids with dogs? Child therapist Dr Dean gives us some advice in today's podcast interview.
At-home dog grooming is more than just a bath and a brushing session. In this podcast interview, we have a professional pet groomer to give us some tips.
Homemade dog food diets are becoming very popular these days. But is homemade food for dogs always as healthy as we think it is?
How much do your know about commercial dog food and the pet food industry? This revealing podcast with an insider uncovers some of the unknown secrets.
Dog trainer Doggy Dan joins us today on the podcast to discuss common dog training issues and whether an online dog training course is a good choice.
Pet nutritionist Dr. Jennifer Adolphe, PhD explains why premium dog food is so expensive, discusses sustainability in the pet food industry and a lot more.