What You Can Do To Help Your Dog Age Happily
Our dogs are constant sources of unconditional love and happiness. Sadly, as they grow older, they suffer from a lot of health problems and will no longer be as active or playful. So, the dog that once used to jump around and zoom past you at the speed of light to fetch that ball will now be a lot more subdued. However, this doesn’t mean your dog will love you any less. And neither should you! In fact, you need to give it more love and care than ever now.
DOG PRODUCT REVIEW: Pet odors got you down, use NonScents deodorizers
As a dog blogger and product tester I come across all kinds of products that promote themselves as the perfect solution only to discover their claims didn’t meet expectations or were totally false after testing the product. This was not the case with NonScents. It remove pet odors on a molecular level.
DOG PRODUCT REVIEW: Cool Dog Socks by OurSock.com are for tiny footed people
Looking for an inimitable gift for a dog lover? Interested in wearing socks as unique as you? Check out OurSock.com and how easy it is to create a custom sock.
How To Groom Your Dog at Home
Dog grooming is important to keep your pet looking and feeling as great as they possibly can. Keeping them bathed and trimmed regularly will help cut down on the amount of hair that they shed, and will also make it so that you are in tune with what is going on with your dog.
The Pros and Cons of a Raw Dog Food Diet
A raw dog food diet or RMBD (Raw Meat Based Diet) is not a new concept and is after all the diet wild dog species evolved with. However, introducing the raw diet to domestic dogs is a relatively new concept that has gained a lot of popularity in recent years and the response to this new trend has been met with some controversy.
Inactive Canine? How to Boost Your Dog’s Energy
Have you noticed that your dog is unusually slothful and sluggish lately? Any sign of changes in your dog’s behavior is not something to take lightly. Loss of energy can be a symptom of a metabolic condition or circulatory disease, so it’s best to bring your dog to the vet for a thorough examination.
Why is my dog eating rocks? It could be Pica
A common problem in dogs is the ingestion of unnatural objects such as candy wrappers, toilet paper, rocks or socks. Not only is this behavior a nuisance around the house, but the swallowing of non-food particles poses a serious threat to the health of the dog. The problem requires attention and treatment.