Walking Your Dog In The Dark Using Safety Accessories
Walking your dog in the dark can be dangerous if your dog is not visible to other pedestrians, cyclists and motorists. This article outlines and explains the different types of safety accessories designed to make your dog stand out.
Search and Rescue Dogs: Everyday Heroes
Dogs make excellent companions, but they are also used in a variety of search and rescue missions every day to find lost children, people in collapsed buildings, or even those lost at sea based on a particular scent. We’ll explain how these dogs are chosen, how they are trained, and what happens once the dogs are ready to retire.
Training A Chihuahua
The Chihuahua is again experiencing a rise in popularity because of its gorgeous pixy-like appearance and convenient size, it makes even tough grown people buckle at the knees. With its beautiful, large dark eyes, this little pooch has been responsible for persuading even the most astute Chihuahua owner to give in to certain demands – which is a dangerous mistake.
The BARF Diet for Dogs: It’s Not What You Think
Is commercial dog food that you buy at the grocery store the right type of food for your dog? Some people are turning to the BARF diet, which is feeding your dog raw meat. Wild canines usually eat raw meat, but is it right for your dog?
Walk the Dog!
As a dog owner, it’s important that you take your dog for a walk every day. It’s important for many reasons, including exercise, to reduce boredom, increase mental stimulation, and it can even help you stay fit as well!
Dog Health 101 – Degenerative Myelopathy
Most pet lovers would opt for pets that they can touch and play around with. Many of them choose dogs because they are known to be man’s best friends. And who wouldn’t love dogs?
Taking Care of Dogs With DM
Most dog owners have probably heard of DM from their veterinarian. DM or degenerative myelopathy, is a sickness that targets the nerves that maintain the communication between the dog’s lower paws and legs to the brain. DM in dogs usually manifest when they grow a bit older.
Small Dog Agility Courses
Do you have a small dog that would be interested in agility courses? We’ll talk about the history of these events, as well as the risks and rewards for entering your dog.
Cosmetic Surgery for Dogs – Tail Docking or Bobbing – Is It Really Necessary?
In the past, necessity, economics and some really wacky ideas, lead to the practice of docking or bobbing of tails. Times have changed, so why are we still doing it?
The Mystery of Dog Feet!
Dogs and humans have a long history together, but how similar is a dog’s foot to our own feet? We will dive into all the specifics of the dog foot, as well as how to care for their feet, trim their nails, and prevent injury.
Is Your Dog Itchy? Natural Remedies May Hold the Answer
Is your dog itchy? Suffering from itchy skin and constantly scratching. Natural Remedies could be the answer. Natural remedies and herbal treatments can offer a gentle, non invasive solution to this problematic condition.
Allergy Season Relief For Your Dog
Spring is almost upon us and you know what that means – allergy season has started. One of the most common concerns that we handle each and every day is the intense and aggravating allergy symptoms of itching and scratching that many dogs suffer from. We always try to resolve the issue with a change in nutrition, but during particular times of the year (such as springtime) the culprit may be more of an environmental cause.