Signs of Canine Cognitive Decline

Signs of Canine Cognitive Decline

As your pup ages, you naturally want to be on the lookout for any potential health issues. Most often, these typically involve physical markers, like appetite changes, weight loss, stool changes, and other symptoms. But cognitive decline is an issue for aging dogs,...
Stress Relief for Pets

Stress Relief for Pets

Do you ever wonder if your dog might be stressed? Like humans, your furry friend picks up stress from tense environments, unusual circumstances, or traumatic experiences. You may identify certain triggers, like the loud sudden noise from fireworks or a thunderstorm,...
Facts About Dogs and Hot Cars

Facts About Dogs and Hot Cars

The timeframe between July and September is referred to as the “dog days of summer”, which marks the arrival of the hottest temperatures of the season, specifically in the Northern Hemisphere. While summer brings fun memories at the beach, pool, and everywhere in...
Hydration

Hydration

Summer is upon us, and everyone’s loving it — including your pup! But just like us humans, rising temperatures and excessive humidity can mean your dog is prone to becoming dehydrated. Dehydration is very dangerous for both humans and animals. In dogs, some of...
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