For some pet owners, this is definitely the worst part of owning a dog. Nothing compares to the disgust we feel when near our pooches face only to smell….. ick! What is that?! POOP BREATH??!?!!? Not aggaaaiiin. So how do we stop this icky behavior? Its hard, but we will try to break down 5
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What fruits can I feed my dog? Sometimes we just want to share our snacks with our furry friends, but knowing when you can and when you can’t is pivotal for your dog’s health. Some fruits can aid digestion and provide necessary antioxidants to your pup while other can plain out cause tummy trouble. Below
We’ve all heard at wet nose equals a happy and healthy pup. But is this actually true or just a myth? Does a dry puppy nose signal ill health for your furry friend? Below we discuss the different takes and come to a conclusion to see if we debunk the myth. Let’s first take a
Your dog’s coat is very important to its overall health. Relate it to your hair—when you are healthy and happy your hair is glowing and shiny! So how do we try to keep his or her coat shiny and healthy? Read the tips below for inspiration and always consult your veterinarian before making drastic changes
You wouldn’t think that a quick walk to YOUR BACKYARD could mean a threatening situation for your dog, but if you aren’t quite sure what’s growing in your garden oasis, it could mean trouble possibly even the hospital for your furry friend. All of these plants if ingested are extremely poisonous and may be fatal.
Thinking about a way to ramp up the veggie intake in your dog’s diet? Well, the first step is knowing what palatable produce to pick! Pumpkin an easy solution and something your dog will enjoy. Especially with a dog with an upset tummy, this is the best solution. Pumpkin will regularize irregular bowel movements and
1. Use the correct equipment. There are so many different potential tools to help your dog. No one is going to know what will best serve your dog better than you. Trust your instinct! Our Brittany Spaniel hates anything that is uncomfortable, so much so that he freezes up and won’t walk. As such the
Whether you have a puppy, a rescue dog or just re-educating your pooch, training your pooch can be difficult. So how do you help your furry pal to make progress? By removing tempting stimuli and ensuring your house is dog proofed. Below are 5 easy ways to help this happen. 1. Baby proof the house.