Green beans are a low calorie, easily accessible vegetable packed full of nutritional value for dogs. We show you how to safely feed them to your pup.
Treatment options vary depending on whether your dog’s tumor is benign or malignant. Here are descriptions of the eight most common types of dog tumors with pictures and early detection tips.
Identify your dog’s food sensitivity (different than food allergy) through an elimination diet. Although at times painstaking, you’ll get a happier, healthier dog.
If you’ve been lucky enough to love a dog, you know that many develop some level of arthritis. Arthritis, or joint inflammation, most commonly appears in senior dogs; however, young dogs are also susceptible. Managing dog arthritis involves pharmaceutical and nutraceutical intervention, as well as lifestyle and environmental adaptations. Include massage therapy in this list
If your dog is prone to gastrointestinal upset, chances are that he has experienced the uncomfortable side effect of gas. You may have wondered if you can help move the gas through your pup’s body so that they can feel healthy and happy again. The great news is that you can! Simple at-home massage techniques
Massage therapy for dogs eliminates waste, moves gas, relaxes muscles and stimulates the digestive system. Bonus: any pet parent can learn to massage her dog at home!
Now, more than ever, pet parents think of using acupuncture on dogs to stimulate their bodies’ natural healing ability to support them through a variety of medical and behavioral conditions.
Alopecia, commonly known as hair loss, is a common condition in dogs. While all dogs may be at risk of developing varying degrees of alopecia, there are contributing factors that may predispose your dog to this condition. Understanding the top reasons in which your dog may develop hair loss, as well as steps to take
Glucosamine supplements for dogs are highly sought out to quell inflammation. We explore safe dosages, blended glucosamine compounds and how to find high-quality brands.
Commercial prenatal vitamins for dogs do exist but find out from your veterinarian what, if any, vitamins your pregnant dog needs and whether to get them from supplements or her regular diet.
Understanding why your dog sleeps as much as he does will not only give you unique insight into his rest needs but also clues about his overall health. Your dog’s sleep needs vary depending on his life stage, as well as many other variables. As a pet parent, you need to be able to tell
Dog massage helps pups with arthritis, soft tissue injury, anxiety, joint disease, constipation and other conditions.
There are many reasons that your dog may need to undergo anesthesia in her lifetime. Anesthesia has a scary reputation among dog parents, and it only takes a few Google searches to find a scary abyss of anesthesia horror stories from fellow pet parents. Even though proper anesthesia is generally very safe, the idea of
While there’s no treatment for elbow dysplasia in dogs, disease management can help your dog live a fulfilling life.