Regardless of what weird things your dog is doing, there is probably a reason for it, even if it’s just drooling. Why do dogs drool? Here are a few reasons:
Category: Dog Safety
If you’re planning to visit “The Centennial State”, use this Colorado dog-friendly travel guide to plan a trip both you and your pup can enjoy together.
Cold temperatures, chemicals, & more, winter can pose a lot of hazards to both you & your dog. Here are some winter dog dangers all dog owners need to know:
You bundle up to go outside when the temperatures drop, so why not do the same for your dog? Here’s how to buy the right dog coat.
Cushing’s Disease is a hormone imbalance disorder where the body produces too much cortisol. Here’s what you need to know about Cushing’s Disease in dogs.
A dog carrier can be an essential addition to your dog supplies whether you are traveling or going to the vet. Here’s how to choose the right dog carrier:
If you’re headed to the Midwest to visit “The Hoosier State”, use this Indiana dog-friendly travel guide to start your research and planning.
Dark conditions mean it can be hard for you & your dog to see and for others to see you. Here are some safety tips for walking your dog in the dark:
Your dog’s collar is more than an accessory. It can look nice, but it should be comfortable and functional above all. Here’s how to choose a dog collar:
When it comes to comparing a dog collar vs dog harness, which is better for your dog? Here are a few things you need to know:
There is still a lot we don’t know about bloat, but knowing what to look for can be your best defense. Here’s what you need to know about bloat in dogs.
Storms can create a lot of anxiety for some dogs. Here’s what you need to know about “thunderstorm phobia” and how to calm your dog during a storm.