Dog Food & Dog Treats
Sure, your loving dog may sport a huge heart in terms of sweetness, but his skin reigns supreme size wise. The skin represents up to one-fourth of his total body weight — a fact that may drive home a greater need to pay attention to what you’re putting into your canine pal’s food bowl.
While eating is an enjoyable social activity for people, it can cause tension between dogs. Take time to understand your dog’s habits and make a plan to encourage healthy eating. Here’s how.
You and your dog can play a small but important role in making our planet healthier by switching to a low-carbon diet or supporting a food company making other sustainabiity choices as part of its business model.
As the end-of-the-year holidays approach, you may be inspired to create lots of edible goodies from your kitchen, as your loyal dog watches intently. No need to make your dog green with envy. Why not fortify him by treating him to some healthy green foods?
Whether it’s human or dog food, whole-natural ingredients are the buzz in healthy nutrition. There are on-trend human foods that are great as a treat or as an addition to your pet’s food. Here’s some tips.
So, your dog ate an onion. Whether it’s a lot or a little, can dogs eat onions? And what are your next steps? The facts about onions and dogs are a little complicated — let’s find out more.
Coconut oil for a dog’s itchy skin? Here’s how it cleared up one dog’s skin condition, thanks to its antiviral and antibacterial properties. Coconut oil for dogs has a myriad of other uses as well. It also tastes great, and we’ve got a dog-treat recipe to prove it!
Let’s explore the basics of the dog digestive system, like how long does it take for a dog to digest food? How long does food stay in a dog’s stomach? Where does you dog’s digestion actually take place?
Eek! Your dog ate a chicken bone! What do you do next? Find out how to handle a dog who ate a chicken bone and why most bones are bad for dogs in the first place.
Apple cider has been touted as a sort of miracle remedy for humans … but can you use apple cider vinegar for dogs? And if apple cider vinegar is safe for dogs, how and when should you use it?
When it comes to doggie beverages, plain water has long been the signature drink. But these days, pet parents are adding water enhancers to their dogs’ dishes.
Can dogs have cinnamon? Cinnamon for dogs has its benefits — but there are some things that dog parents should know about cinnamon for dogs.