One of the most important things you can do for your dog is regular grooming. This ensures good hygiene and appearance of your dog, although most of them do not … Continue reading “Grooming Tips for Dogs with Special Needs”
Dogs are great companions, and many are so intelligent, you almost think of them as human. However, some things dogs do almost universally often seem weird to us, probably because … Continue reading “Weird Things Dogs Do and Why”
Choosing the right veterinarian for dogs with no disability or special needs is hard enough. Finding a vet that specializes in treating disabled pets is probably going to be even … Continue reading “Do Disabled Pets Need a Disability Specialist Vet?”
We’ve talked previously about why it’s a good idea to adopt rescue dogs. What if you happen to chance upon a dog that needs to be rescued? What should you … Continue reading “How to Help a Stray Dog”
If you are thinking of adding a new member to your family, adopting a rescue dog could be good path to take. Adopting a rescue benefits not only you and … Continue reading “Top Tips When Adopting A Rescue Dog”
We all do things routinely to take care of our own teeth, such as brushing, flossing, and going to the dentist regularly. Yet many of us don’t bother to give our dog’s teeth and gums the same kind of attention.
Dog aggression is a frightening experience, and very dangerous for both dogs and people because it can happen as if out of the blue. A very friendly dog can suddenly … Continue reading “Causes of Dog Aggression”
Most dog owners give their dogs a collar as a matter of course. There is nothing wrong with that if it is simply to provide them with a means of … Continue reading “The Dog Harness Versus Dog Collar Showdown”
‘Tis the season to be jolly, and that means parties and get-togethers with friends and family that comes with a wide variety of food and drinks. The season of eating and drinking … Continue reading “Holiday Foods that can Harm Your Dog”
Intervertebral disk disease or IVDD in dogs is a disease that occurs due to the hardening of the disks between the vertebrae of the spinal cord. These disks work as shock absorbers interlaced between each vertebra.