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?
If you have to treat a dog abscess at home, work hand-in-hand with your veterinarian, don’t do it alone. And be sure it’s a visible skin abscess.
Many dog parents keep cleaning products that are not safe for dogs around the house. So, is Pine Sol safe for dogs? Is Lysol safe for pets? Are Mr. Clean, Clorox Bathroom Cleaner and Scrubbing Bubbles safe for dogs? What about detergents like Tide and Cheer?
Concerned that the cleaning products you’re using are unsafe for your dog? We’ve rounded up a few natural cleaning solutions that are safer for your furry friend — and you.
Does dog pee kill plants? And if dog pee kills plants, can you do anything about it? We’ve found some reasons why dog pee kills plants and some solutions to alleviate the issues at hand!
Fleas have been around for a very long time, irritating our pets and invading our homes. They are smart little critters that can survive just about anywhere. They eat sparingly, move quietly and reproduce aggressively. The good news is that there are steps you can take to ensure a flea-free home.
Think your home is safe for dogs? You probably have some items that are toxic to dogs lurking around — and you might not even know it. Keep an eye out for things that are poisonous to dogs as you spring clean your house.
Derrick Campana’s Animal Ortho Care has increased mobility for 20,000 animals through innovation and education on animal prosthetics and orthotics.
Are you buying a home for your dog? See what a new study says, plus discover some expert tips for making your pup comfortable in a new space!
How do you pick pet-safe paints? Here’s what paint brands and ingredients are nontoxic to dogs — plus how to keep walls clean and what colors to paint them!