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Flying With A Dog: Short Dog Travel Guide for Pet Parents

Proper preparation is an absolute must when you are flying with a dog. It may sound like an easy way to get to your...

Shipping a Dog: Using Ground vs Air Transportation

Traveling today is very common. Many Americans are traveling more and more every year. But having a reason for shipping a dog doesn't necessarily have...

Delta Imposes New Restrictions for Flying with Dogs

We all know pets are a part of our family. We let them live inside, they share our beds, we share our food with...

Dog Travel Tips: How to Vacay With Your Pet

Traveling with dogs is becoming very popular. As a pet parent, I love taking my canine with me whenever I can. However, you do need...

Let’s Talk: Traveling With Your Dog for Thanksgiving

Will you be taking a Thanksgiving road trip with your pooch this year? If you caught my column last week, you know that I...

Air Canada Pilot Diverts Plane to Save a Dog

Every pet owner that flies with their pet spends the entire flight worrying about their beloved companion stowed away in the cargo space underneath...

American Airlines Offers Luxe Pet Cabins

Traveling with dogs is tough, especially if you have to fly to your destination. You know your dog is miserable sitting in that crate...

Allow Your Dog to Fly in the Comfort of a Sleepypod

Pet carriers are an essential product to have if you travel with small or medium breeds. They keep your dog safe and comfortable, while...

Woman Kicked Off Plane For Refusing to Put Her Dog in...

Keeping pets safe while traveling is a very important responsibility of being a pet owner. No matter how we travel, it is our job...

Flying With Dogs: Airline Approved Dog Crates and Carriers

For many people, airports are not exactly fun. Between hauling your carry-on everywhere to traversing through the labyrinth that is TSA, flying can be...

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Hepatitis in Dogs - Science Based Guide

Hepatitis in Dogs: A Science-based Guide

Hepatitis in dogs is a medical condition that is mainly characterized and identified by continuous inflammation of a dog’s liver. The infection is related...
Most Eco-friendly, Organic Dog Supplies and Products

Most Eco-friendly and Organic Dog Supplies

The trend towards sustainability and the care of environment in manufacturing is finally extending to dog supplies. Today, there is a wide range of pet...
Excessive Thirst in Dogs Guide

8 Causes of Excessive Thirst in Dogs (Polydipsia)

Have you noticed your dog drinking more water than normal? This may be just temporary, or a sign of illness. Excessive thirst in dogs...
How to Keep Dog Away from Christmas Tree

How to Keep Dogs Away from Christmas Trees

Dogs are naturally drawn to the allure of Christmas trees, and that can get dangerous. There are a few things you can do: using...
Thorax Problems in Dogs

Thorax Problems in Dogs: Causes, Signs, Diagnosis

A dog’s thorax is the region between the neck and the abdomen. This includes the rib cavity, breastbone and the organs responsible for circulation...
Most Quiet Dog Breeds Perfect for Apartments or Condos

30 Most Quiet Dog Breeds for Apartments

Some future dog owners are forced to be more picky about the exact breed they can adopt and share a home with. If you...
Bladder Stones in Dogs

Bladder Stones in Dogs: Home Remedies and Veterinary Treatments

Bladder stones (urolithiasis) are clumps of mineral crystals that form in the urine. They can occur for a number of reasons, including genetics, diet,...
Top Most Dog Friendly Airlines

8 Most Dog Friendly Airlines

If you plan to fly with your dog, you'll need to decide: do you want your pet in the cargo area, or in a...
Why Is Your Dog Coughing and Gagging

Dog Coughing and Gagging? Here’s Why and What to Do

A dog coughing and gagging is one of those signs you will notice fast. This may pass quickly on its own, but it could...
Dog Tail Docking - 5 Dangers of This Procedure (Based on Science)

Dog Tail Docking: 5 Dangers of This Procedure (Based on Science)

Dog tail docking, or canine caudectomy, originated more than 2000 years ago (1). Its first intention was to protect hunting dogs because their tail...