Category: Dogs

4 Natural Remedies for Mobility

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Watching your dog lose his mobility can be heartbreaking. Suddenly, your formerly active four-legged friend is unable to run, play, climb stairs or otherwise act like the dog you used to know. For dogs, just like for people, mobility is a key factor in a happy, healthy life. Fortunately, there are many easy and effective… Read more »

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Muscle and Strength Supplement for Dogs

There are a lot of reasons you might wonder what you can feed your dog to gain muscle. There are also many options on the market claiming to help your dog bulk up and gain muscle or strength.  Just like in the market for human supplements, there are as many potentially bad options as there… Read more »

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Five Best Supplements for Homemade Dog Food

Dog owners spend a lot of time thinking about how to best care for their beloved companion, and perhaps no other topics get more attention than those related to your dog’s diet. Is the commercially prepared dog food you’re feeding your dog really providing the best possible nutrition without added fillers? Would my dog benefit… Read more »

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Dog Joint Health Supplements

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There’s no doubt that pet owners are dedicated to their animal companions and only want the best for them. When your dog experiences health challenges or discomfort, you want to help. One of the most common concerns throughout a dog’s life is joint health, with causes ranging from old age to developmental issues that certain… Read more »

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How to Keep Police Dogs in K-9 Units Ready for the Field

A police dog working with a handler in a K-9 unit is truly an extraordinary animal. These dogs are practically officers in their own right—they receive specialized police dog training and conditioning, and they form a close bond with their handler. Police dogs always strive to do the job they were trained to do, and… Read more »

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How to Get Your Pup Ready For the Dog Show

When you look at your puppy or adult dog playing or jumping astoundingly high to catch a frisbee, do you sometimes think your dog must be pretty special? While the love of a pet owner can blur reality a little bit, (it would be hard to prove your dog was the cutest after all), you… Read more »

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Do Dogs Really Have Iron Stomachs?

Here’s a sentence almost every dog owner can relate to: “My dog ate something she shouldn’t have.” Our canine friends lick, chew, and eat things that an average human wouldn’t touch with rubber gloves. When many pet parents see their dogs gnashing down raw meat, old grass clippings, and abandoned honeycombs, they assume that their… Read more »

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4 Most Important Labrador Health Issues to Be Aware Of

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Whether you’re a young adult or thoroughly enjoying the grey-haired glory that comes with getting older, we’re all experiencing the process of aging. Eventually, getting out of bed or touching our toes may become a bit harder. Managing the health issues that come with aging is never easy. But for our four-legged friends with a… 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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