Your dog’s paws cushion and protect their feet as they move around. It’s important to take care of them so your pup can move around without issue and without pain. Here is a short guide on how to care for your puppy’s paws.
Signs of warmer weather mean flea and tick season is close at hand. Each pest poses its own set of problems for your dog, so you’ll want to keep an eye out for any signs of an infestation on your dog. These are five signs your dog might have fleas
Ticks are a concern for humans and canines alike. Help your pup out and protect them as tick season rolls in. Here’s how to prepare your dog for tick season.
Caring for pets can get expensive. But, there are ways to cut down on expense without cutting any corners when it comes to your dog’s health. For example, you can make your own doggie flea powder. Here’s how to make homemade flea powder.
Your puppy will have bouts of activity, but will also take a lot of naps. When your puppy is awake and ready to play, here are a few activities perfect for puppies to keep them occupied.
Whether traveling or moving, sometimes you have to fly with your dog. It can be a stressful experience for you both. Make it a little easier with these tips for flying with a dog.
There are a variety of health issues that are associated with discoloration, or porphyrin staining, in certain areas. Some of them are annoying but normal while others are more serious. Here are a few reasons that could be causing discoloration around the eyes, mouth, and other areas of the coat.
Don’t be fooled by a dog’s senior status; these older dogs still have plenty of life left in them! But, they may need a little extra TLC. Here are some tips on how to care for senior dogs.
To help you pick out which foods to give your dog, we’ve compiled short lists of some of the most common foods that are slightly uncomfortable or downright dangerous for pups. Let’s take a look at harmful food to keep away from your dog.
Caring for your dog post-op can be difficult. Dogs usually still have a ton of energy, but aren’t quite capable of balancing that with their need to heal. Here’s how to care for your dog after surgery.