Diarrhea In Dogs: What You Need To Know

When you dog starts having diarrhea, you may think that it is the most uncommon thing in the world. However, it is actually very common for dogs to have diarrhea because of their scavenging behavior. Think of the things that they put in their mouth! Of course, at the same time, the diarrhea can be caused by something more serious, which is why you need to watch your canine very closely. Read More 

How To Protect Your Dog’s Paws All Year Long

Many dog owners assume that, because dogs don't wear protective footwear, their feet are invulnerable to extreme temperatures and other safety concerns. However, dogs can suffer from the same types of injuries as humans but are not as cognizant of the potential hazards to their foot health. This places the responsibility on the owners to be mindful of possible threats before allowing their dogs to venture outdoors. What Are the Risks to Dogs' Paws During the Winter Season? Read More 

Three Ways To Make Your Dog More Amiable To The Veterinary Clinic

A dog disliking the vet is just as common as people who dislike going into the dental office. Your dog acting as if they dislike the vet can also cause you some anxiety. You may find yourself needing to hold them and comfort your pet during their time at the office. If you want to relieve your pet of any stress and anxiety, you will need to train them to calm down at the vet office. Read More 

Meeting Your Pet’s Medical Needs If The Pet Runs Away

Special-needs pets can be wonderful companions, but they face a special danger if they run away. If the pet needs medication or has a chronic condition that could result in injury to the pet if not handled correctly, a runaway scenario is not something you, the owner, ever want to face. Pets can't speak and let whoever finds them know what they need, so you have to do what you can to link your pet's medical needs with other information about the pet. Read More 

Therapies for Soothing Joint Pain in Older Dogs

As dogs age, they experience some of the same discomforts that people might have when they get older. A common ailment is joint pain. Some dogs may get arthritis, while others may simple feel stiff and sore, not moving as quickly as they used to. You can help your dog have better joint mobility and reduced pain by trying a number different therapries and treatments. Here are some ideas you can discuss with your veterinarian. Read More