What you need to know about Canine Cognitive Dysfunction in senior dogs By Alexandra Bennett Is your senior dog starting to show signs of cognitive
Fermented veggies are full of great benefits for your dog. You’ve probably heard of the benefits of eating fermented foods for yourself, but did you
Summer heat can be hard on your dog. Walks need to be taken shortly after sunrise or after sunset, and exercise needs to be moderated.
If you are someone who is worried about your dog going under for a dental, you are not alone. Pet parents often put off dental
Taking your dog or cat to the vet during the pandemic can be very stressful. Some people seem to love curbside drop-offs, and others avoid
You may have heard of anesthesia-free dental cleanings from your veterinarian or groomer. Non-anesthetic dental scaling commonly referred to as NADS has been a very
With all of the concern about COVID-19, we are told to be extra vigilant about cleaning. But have you thought about what the impact all
What is Canine Enrichment? Canine enrichment activity is a vital tool that enhances the happiness, health and vitality of your dog. We all know how
Has anyone ever criticized your pet family size or how many pets are in your home? This can go both ways; people can pass judgement if they feel you have too many, or too few. This is generally just a projection of what they feel is right for them. Everyone has their own ideals, and all too often, people think what is right for them is right for everyone. Well, it’s not.
Your dog’s nose is an amazing sensory organ and sniffing is vitally important to your dog’s ability to gather information about his environment. When you
Periodontal disease is the most common health concern for dogs and cats. It’s estimated that 80% of dogs over the age of three have dental