Selecting nutritious dog food for your service dog or family pet isn’t easy. Labels are confusing and the wrong choice can be downright dangerous.
Behavior problems preclude many service dogs from completing their training AND are the primary reason dogs end up in shelters. Tom Clarke, Marketing Manager for the Australian company, “Greyhounds as Pets,” has composed a brilliant infographic outlining and simplifying this serious problem.
This Thanksgiving, we give thanks for our pet dogs and service dogs. A special turkey recipe to treat them is included.
Service dogs, like humans and their canine pets, are exploding. And we don’t just mean in numbers. Here’s how to help your dog stay fit.
The world of dog food has become just as complex as it is for we humans seeking a healthy diet. But, unfortunately, dog food isn’t as well understood. Here is a terrific “infographic” from a fine organization in Australia, “Greyhounds as Pets,” explaining what to feed your dog so he/she stays happy and healthy.
Five key things to do to keep your service or companion dog healthy during the summer months.
You’ve seen the adorable videos and pictures of a beautifully decorated box to be greeted with a puppy jumping out to lick your face. It makes for some adorable photos and Christmas morning videos, but before you give a puppy as a Christmas gift, consider these tips.
The Thanksgiving feast is a special time to gather friends and family. But for the family dog, it can also be a crisis as many of the foods we serve can be harmful, even deadly, to our beloved pet. Here, based on the latest research, is a brief summary of some of these dangerous foods.
Whether you have an overweight dog that needs extra support, an elderly dog with an aching back, a dog diagnosed with IVDD related back problems, or an overly active dog who would benefit from back support, consider WiggleLess® , a vet-recommended and patented dog back brace.
Does your dog knock you over — not because he jumped on you — but because he has bad breath? That might be a sign of a periodontal problem, which can lead to serious health issues. Here are some vital tips (and a couple funny pics) to help you keep your pup’s teeth shining bright.
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