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8 Potential Dangers of DIY Homemade Dog Food You Need to...

Feeding your dog DIY homemade dog food is something that more dog owners are doing these days. It’s understandable as many of us are becoming...

Do Dogs Like Music?

Dogs react to unfamiliar noise: thunder causes a fearful response, where the sound of a siren brings out a howl. One recommended way to...

5 Proven Signs of Dog Abuse

Despite the fact that FBI labeled animal abuse a major problem worldwide, little is known about how to determine whether a dog has been...

Muscle Atrophy in Dogs: Causes, Prevention, Treatments

Muscle atrophy is a medical condition when the mass of muscles deteriorates, resulting in muscle tissue loss, sometimes in localized areas and other times...

10 Key Differences Between Wolves and Dogs

Wolves are majestic and awe-inspiring creatures just like many domestic dogs can be. While some people believe that dogs are still very similar to...

Swimmer Puppy Syndrome: How to Help Your Dog

Swimmer puppy syndrome - also known as swimmers syndrome in dogs, swimming-puppy syndrome, twisted legs, turtle pup, and flat-puppy syndrome - is a very...

The Science and Psychology of Dog Language

Nearly all dog owners talk to their pets, but how much meaning do the dogs absorb? Certainly dogs understand how to follow commands we’ve...

10 Signs of Diabetes in Dogs

Diabetes in dogs is similar to what humans experience. With Type I Diabetes, your dog’s body isn’t producing insulin, the hormone responsible for converting...

Puppy Strangles (Juvenile Cellulitis)

The proper term for what many people call puppy strangles is actually juvenile cellulitis or juvenile pyoderma. Sometimes, the disease can also be referred...

Spleen Tumor in Dogs: Signs, Causes, Treatment

Hemangiosarcoma (HSA) of the dog's spleen is highly metastatic cancer which affects pets of any age. Even though it is most commonly seen in...

Probiotics and Prebiotics for Dogs: A Science-Based Guide

Probiotics and prebiotics can be a great addition to your dog’s daily routine; they help to maintain gut health and they have relatively few...

Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Dogs: A Guide for Pet Owners

When caught early enough, tumors can be treated or removed, so it is vital to check your dog regularly and keep an eye out...

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Dog Throwing Up White Foam - 11 Most Common Reasons Why

Dog Throwing Up White Foam: 11 Most Common Reasons Why

A dog throwing up white foam can either be due to some mild reasons or more serious causes. Hopefully, it's only a digestive problem, such...
The Best Fitness Tracker for Dogs

The Best Fitness Trackers for Dogs

Fitness trackers aren’t just for humans anymore. Pet technology continues to evolve, which helps dog owners to monitor their pets, take better care of them...
Anxiety in dog after covid

Things You Can Do To Ease Separation Anxiety In Your Dog...

As the world struggled with COVID lockdowns, many people were forced to work from home. We were once at work or school throughout the...
8 Cancer-Causing Dog Products (Based on Studies)

8 Cancer-Causing Dog Products and Household Supplies (Based on Studies)

Cancer in dogs can be caused by both nature and nurture. But even if your pet dog's breed is already at an increased risk...
Dog Hair Loss - 5 Reasons Why It Happens and What To Do

Dog Hair Loss: 5 Reasons Why It Happens and What To...

It is not uncommon for a dog to suffer from alopecia, dog hair loss. Or hair thinning and loss. This condition is separate from...
My Dog's Poop Looks Weird And I Don't Know What To Do

Best Aids For Dog’s Firm Stool

When picking up after your dog, you likely want to get it over with as quickly as possible. A dog's firm stool is ideal...
Best Dogs To Run With

10 Best Dogs to Run With

If you enjoy running and looking for a dog that would like to tag along, some breeds are more suited for jogging than others....
Hyperkeratosis in Dogs

Hyperkeratosis in Dogs: How to Manage It

You've noticed your dog’s nose to be excessively hard or crusty, or maybe the dog’s paw pads seem unusually sensitive or have a hard...
The Cushing’s Disease in Dogs - Symptoms Diagnosis and Treatments

Cushing’s Disease in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatments

If you're not familiar with the condition, Cushing's Disease in dogs affects the animal's endocrine system. This condition is most prevalent in older dogs...
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It doesn’t matter if you have a brand new puppy or an adult dog; pet accidents happen occasionally. Rather than face a difficult mess...