Health & Care
Can dogs have cinnamon? Cinnamon for dogs has its benefits — but there are some things that dog parents should know about cinnamon for dogs.
Can dogs eat tomatoes? What about eat carrots, celery, avocados and corn? Learn what vegetables are safe for dogs, which are good for dogs — and what veggies dogs should avoid.
How much water should a dog drink exactly? The answer depends on a few factors like his size, what he eats, his age, exercise, the weather and any medications he takes. Here’s what you need to know.
Is olive oil good for dogs? Actually, olive oil for dogs is a great way to enhance your canine companion’s diet and beauty regimens — among other benefits! Here’s how to best use olive oil for dogs.
Ever thought, “My dogs sleeps all day”? You’re not alone. How many hours a day do dogs sleep? If your dog sleeps all day, it might be normal … or not. We turned to the experts for insight into dog sleeping habits. This is what they said.
Why do dogs chew their feet? There could be a couple of different issues at play — and foot chewing or licking in itself could create even more problems.
Most dogs urinate every four to six hours, while puppies and senior dogs tend to go more frequently. So, is your dog peeing a lot and is it a cause for concern?
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 pup irritable, gaining weight and avoiding your touch? These may all be signs of arthritis in dogs. So, what are the most common dog arthritis symptoms and how do you treat canine arthritis? Let’s take a look.
We know you’re thinking … sardines for dogs? Can dogs eat sardines? It turns out this flavorful little fish has big nutritional value for people AND dogs. Let’s talk about why sardines are good for dogs, how to feed them to your dogs — and a few words of caution when it comes to sardines for dogs.
Does your dog suddenly have irritated or possibly infected eyes? Should you use medicated OTC eye drops for humans as eye drops for dogs? Please read this first!
If I had to choose the most misunderstood word in the dog nutrition vernacular, it would be “carbohydrate.” Mention feeding a dog “carbs” and you are likely to be met with a shocked retort such as, “But carbs are bad for dogs!” With the popularity of the “keto” diet (more on that trend in a future article), the poor carb has fallen even further from grace.
Of course, it’s ‘kennel cough!’ Chloe was at a kennel, and now she’s sick. I’ve researched dozens of blogs and consulted an online veterinary service, and they all agree. Now if you would simply write me a prescription for these antibiotics, I’ll be on my way.”