Can you tell when your dog is about to vomit? When is dog vomiting a reason to go to a vet? What if you need to make your dog throw up? We’ve compiled a few things to know about dog vomiting.
Is your dog lethargic or experiencing diarrhea? Your dog could have Addison’s Disease. We’ve got tips for diagnosing and treating Addison’s Disease in dogs.
Is your dog wandering, getting stuck, pacing or barking for no reason more often in the evening / nighttime? These could all signal sundowning in dogs.
Dogs are notorious for eating or swallowing things they shouldn’t … which can cause bowel obstructions! Here’s what pup parents need to know about bowel obstruction in dogs.
Does your dog’s stomach appear bloated or distended? Could it be gastric dilatation-volvulus or GDV? Learn the signs and causes of GDV in dogs and why it requires a trip to the vet ASAP.
Are your dog’s tummy troubles temporary or chronic? Could inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) be at play? Let’s look at the symptoms, causes, treatments and diagnosis for inflammatory bowel disease in dogs.
Is black dog poop ever normal or should you get your dog to the vet ASAP if you notice that your dog’s poop is black? Let’s look at the causes of black dog poop and what to do about it.
Summer’s unrelenting heat might have you wondering — do dogs sweat? And if dogs do sweat, how do dogs sweat? Here’s everything a dog parent needs to know about dog sweating, including what’s normal and when to see a vet ASAP.
Can dogs get poison ivy? And can your dog give you poison ivy? What dogs are most at risk for poison ivy? Let’s learn some facts about poison ivy on dogs right here.
Heat stroke in dogs can occur for a variety of reasons — and your four-legged friend is especially susceptible since he might be pushing himself or staying out in the heat to please you. Here’s how to recognize the symptoms of heat stroke in dogs and how to prevent it in the first place.
Summer heat is a top (but, as we’ll learn, not the only) cause for dog dehydration. So, how do you know if you have a dehydrated dog on your hands, what can you do to help a dehydrated dog and how can you prevent dog dehydration before it happens?
A dog who’s adept at tricks isn’t something best left for Instagram or agility stars. With the right steps and training, most dogs can learn tricks. We surveyed a few pros to get their tips on how to teach a dog tricks, ranging from “roll over” to retrieving drinks from the fridge.