Category: Dogs

How to Make Deer Antler Dog Chews

If you’re a proud puppy parent or even just a dog-lover who has seen “Marley and Me” one too many times, it’s easy to close your eyes and imagine every owner’s worst nightmare: you come home from a long day of work or a much-needed date night to utter chaos. Upon opening the front door,… Read more »

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How to Calm a Dog That Is Afraid of Fireworks

It’s summer, which means plenty of time spent outdoors with family, friends, and—of course—your dog! But patriotic holidays, festivals, and other events also guarantee fireworks, and that could mean a bad night for your furry friend. Although not all dogs are frightened of fireworks, more pets go missing around the Fourth of July than at… Read more »

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5 Safe and Fun Activities for Senior Dogs

If you have a senior dog, you know that they have quite a lot of love left to give. But while they’re still puppies at heart, these aging canines may not be able to romp around and play quite as roughly as they did during their younger years. That’s okay—slowing down is a natural result… Read more »

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How to Quickly Get Your Dog in Shape

Is your dog losing strength or endurance? Maybe your vet noticed that your pup is overweight, or maybe you’ve adopted a new friend who isn’t in such good shape. Regardless, your duty as a pet parent is to ensure your furry friend’s health and happiness. This can feel like a huge amount of responsibility, but… Read more »

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How to Support Your Dog’s Mobility & Strength

What’s your favorite thing to do with your pup? A game of fetch? A nice long walk? Chances are high that it involves movement, even if it’s just jumping up onto the couch to nap together. Playing tug-of-war, running, swimming—it all requires your dog to be happily active. Your canine’s ability to move directly impacts… Read more »

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Using Nature’s Power to Support Your Pup

Health and happiness go hand in hand for people, and the same can be said for pets. But dogs and cats can’t communicate how they feel directly. Instead, it’s up to pet owners to keep an eye on their furry friends’ behaviors in order to support their general well-being. While monitoring your pet’s behavior is… Read more »

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4 Daily Habits for a Healthier Canine

Think about all of the time and effort you put into keeping yourself healthy: eating well, getting regular exercise, seeking mental stimulation, and more. Dogs need all of that, too! Caring for any pet requires more than just the odd trip to the vet—it requires daily work from you to help your furry friend stay… Read more »

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Addressing Breathing Problems in Dogs

Your dog’s respiratory system is pretty amazing. On top of the expected job of delivering oxygen to cells and removing carbon dioxide, it also helps to regulate body temperature! But with so many components and roles comes a range of potential breathing and respiratory issues—and it can be quite scary for us in the moment… Read more »

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5 Ways to Keep Your Dog Well This Winter

Are you shaking in your boots just thinking of going outside in this cold weather? Imagine how your dog must feel when she sticks her nose outdoors! Frigid temperatures and damp or icy conditions can be dangerous for pets and present quite the challenge when it comes to keeping your canine companion in tip-top shape…. Read more »

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