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The Complete Guide to Owning a Deaf Dog

If you have never owned a deaf dog before, you may find the concept daunting. But the truth is that with a few tweaks...

Deaf Dog and Non-Verbal Boy Learned to Speak Through Sign Language

Mom calls boy and dog duo “inseparable” now that they’ve bonded through signing. A deaf dog and a 6-year-old boy have learned to communicate...

These Dogs Playing Fetch In Wheelchairs Couldn’t Be Cuter!

This video, which you can see at the bottom of this article, has gone absolutely viral because of it’s incredibly powerful images of dogs...

Sunday’s Recap: Making Life Easier for A Disabled Dog

Last week I shared some resources for pet owners who are caring for a diabetic dog. When your dog gets diagnosed with a disease...

Anyone With a 3D Printer Can Make This Adjustable Dog Wheelchair

Dog owners go to great lengths to ensure the happiness, health and comfort of their pets. When a dog is disabled it can make...

How to Improve Quality of Life for Disabled Dogs

Unfortunately, our dogs will not remain perfectly healthy forever, but some dogs are born with physical and health challenges that they must deal with...

Patent Pending for Wheelchair That Would Allow Dogs to Sit and...

Best Friend Mobility, a company that manufacturers wheelchairs for dogs, has created a chair that would allow dogs to sit, lie down, and stand...

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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...
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...
Dog Falling Down the Stairs - Why and What to Do

What You Should Do If Your Dog Keeps Falling Down the...

Dogs are very well-coordinated animals that don’t lose their balance as easily as, for example, very young kids. And if you've been noticing your...
Top 8 Ways to Puppy-Proof Your Home for Christmas

8 Ways to Dog-Proof Your Home for Christmas

Dog owners, especially those with puppies, that wish for a lovely Christmas time need to ensure the safety of their young dogs. Christmas celebrations...
7 Vitamins for Dogs That All Dog Owners Need to Know About

7 Vitamins for Dogs That All Dog Owners Need to Know...

Dogs, like humans, need vitamins in specific quantities for the proper functioning of their metabolism. Most often, a good quality dog food you're buying...
wolf dog breeds

25 Wolf Dog Breeds

It is common knowledge that pet dogs of today are descendants of wolves. While it's not as noticeable in the Chihuahua or the Yorkshire...
Dog Afraid of Stairs - Why and What To Do

Is Your Dog Afraid of Stairs? Here’s How to Fix This...

Does your puppy or dog whine, cry, tuck their tail, and turn away when it comes to using a set of stairs? You're not...