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6 Vet’s Tips on How to Care for Senior Dogs

Our pets today live much longer than they did a few decades ago, thanks to advancements in veterinary care and a variety of medicine,...

The Vet’s Guide on Flea Pills for Dogs

There is a large variety of flea preventative products for dogs available today. Not every product is right for every pet, however, and it...

A Veterinarian’s Guide on Treadmills for Dogs

Many puppy parents wonder how they can exercise the family dog more frequently or more efficiently. Taking walks or playing outdoors may be difficult...

A Vet’s Guide to Dewormers for Dogs: The What, Why and...

At one time or another in your dog’s life, he may need to take a medication for internal parasites or “worms”. If you believe...

Veterinarian’s Guide on Flea Collars for Dogs

Fleas have been a nuisance to dogs and their human companions for a millennia. In the last 50 years, flea control has become much...

TOP #36: How Seasons Affect Your Dog’s Dietary Needs

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?

7 Vet Recommended Supplements for Dogs

Many nutritional supplements for dogs are now the go to tool for pet parents as a potential prevention of certain health issues in dogs. Even though...

Which Dog Toys Do Veterinarians Recommend?

Not all dog toys are created equal. In fact, some toys for dogs can actually be dangerous for them to play with and chew...

Which Dog Treats Do Veterinarians Recommend and Why?

Many vets have their own preferences with regards to recommended dog treats. It's important to understand that in most cases, vet recommended treats for...

Sunday’s Recap: 8 Resources for Choosing the Best Veterinarian

Lots of pet owners stress about finding a veterinarian. If you’re one of them, don’t worry! Finding the right is much more than just...

Expert Interview: The Risks of Canine Obesity and How To Keep...

Canine obesity is a growing epidemic and it is just as dangerous as obesity in humans. If a human is overweight, they can make...

Expert Interview: What Is Holistic Veterinary Medicine for Dogs?

As more research becomes available, pet owners are realizing how the choices that they make for their dogs are effecting their pet's overall health...

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How to Fix Your Dog’s Noise Phobia and Loud Noise Anxiety

Caring for a dog that is afraid of thunder, fireworks or other loud noises can leave you feeling helpless. The level of noise anxiety...
8 Ways to Encourage a Lazy Dog to Exercise

8 Ways to Encourage a Lazy Dog to Exercise

Generally, dogs need anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours of daily exercise. Some large breeds, athletic/active breeds and working dogs will usually need...
Incontinence in Senior Dogs Guide

Incontinence in Senior Dogs

Urinary incontinence is a condition where a dog is unable to hold their urine. Incontinence in senior dogs is a fairly common problem that...
9 Most Common Dog Eye Problems (How to Prevent and Treat Them)

9 Most Common Dog Eye Problems

Dog eye problems are very common and in most cases it's just a mild inconvenience. However, certain conditions will be more serious and require...
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28 Good Dog Food Shopping Rules

There's a million and one articles out there packed with information on how to pick a good dog food brand. Unfortunately, the more information...
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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...
Importance of No-Pull Dog Harnesses and No-Pull Dog Collars

Why No-Pull Dog Harnesses Are the Safest Choice

Dog leash pulling is a common behavioral issue that needs to be fixed. Certain tools can be not only helpful but even essential so...

15 Most Stubborn Dog Breeds (Hard to Train)

As with people, the dog world also has its more difficult characters. Stubborn dog breeds are harder to train because of their independent attitudes,...
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Dog Modeling and Acting: Beginner’s Guide

Could your dog be the next top dog model? If you have aspirations of your dog being the next Purina pup or the next...