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The Right Amount of Exercise for Fido’s Size and Breed, Part One

Being highly intelligent and needing lots of stimulation and activity is just in their genes. Take a look at what it means to be a high-energy dog breed. 

Going on a Road Trip with Fido, Part 2

Road trip season is here! Learn everything you need to consider so travels and adventures with Fido are a bonding experience that builds lifelong memories for everyone, including the canine companion co-pilot. Read more to find out how to prep, ride, and enjoy the road together. 

Road Tripping With Your Dog, Part 1

Hitting the road with your canine for a road trip, a lifestyle, or something else, should be safe and enjoyable for both of you. This is especially true if it’s his first road trip, creating a great experience for Fido will make the next ones always delightful for everyone. Read this for the best tips and advice.

The Furball War Continues: 14 Differences Between Dog and Cat People

There’s been a war waging for centuries. Dog lovers are on one side and cat lovers sit on the other side. Scientists thought these differences were anecdotal nonsense, but surveys and studies are adding some substance to these claims. Read on for 14 surprising differences between cat and dog people.

What You Need To Know About Dogs And Their Immunity

Fido’s immune system is a complex and multifaceted system of defense against foreign agents, and more. A dog with a healthy immune system can effectively fight off illness; whereas a dog with a compromised immune system is susceptible to all kinds of health conditions. Learn the best ways to keep your dog healthy.

Winter Weather Safety Tips for Your Dog

Despite their thick coat, the seasonal drop in temperatures, especially when it’s extreme, can pose serious health risks to our beloved dogs. Get the best winter care tips for dog guardians. 

Pet Food Recalls: Why, What, and How to Stay Up To Date

Read on to learn what to do when our dog’s food is recalled and how we can keep ourselves from being blindsided and to ensure your dog lives a long, happy, and healthy life!

Overcoming Canine Cabin Fever

When extreme winter weather means our canine has to be confined indoors for days, how do we deal with the inevitable cabin fever? We may be content to cuddle up next to a roaring fire with a good book and a snuggly fur-baby, but for our canine companions daytime is for playtime.

Telling Our Dogs We Love Them In Ways They Can Understand

As dog lovers, we know that a dog’s love is the perfect example of unconditional love. How do we reciprocate in ways that they’ll understand and appreciate? Learn more about the ways we can show our dog's just how much we love them in ways they can understand. 

How Playtime Shapes a Dog’s Life

All bark and no play makes Fido a dull boy. Playtime is not just about the fun. It’s as important to our canine companions quality of life as it is to ours. Learn more about playtime and what it really means to Fido's health and wellbeing.

7 Ways to Get Fit with Fido

Let’s take a look at just a few of the ways dog guardians can turn those fading resolutions into habits that will last all year, with the help of our loyal, best beastie.

Rapamycin - Improve Your Aging Dog’s Health and Increase His Lifespan

We do our best to make sure that they remain as healthy and happy as possible during their last years. But what if we can give them a pill that can both increase their lifespan and improve their health even in their later years? This is the potential that Rapamycin offers.

Helping Pets Deal with Grief

Grieving is a natural phenomenon for humans. Did you know that animals grieve also? Learn how you can recognize the signs of grief in your dog or cat and ways to help them through the grieving process. 

Teach Your Old Dog New Tricks - Tips To Train Your Senior Dog

That old adage, “you can’t train an old dog to do new tricks” couldn’t be further from the truth. Get ready for some major myth-busting because senior dogs are experienced canine companions with so much to offer.

A Guardian’s Guide to Dermatophytosis (Ringworm)

Because ringworm is so common, it’s important that us pet lovers know the signs of, the risk factors for, and the treatment options available for it.

How to Choose the Right Veterinarian

 While the vet-hunting process can seem overwhelming, it’s far from insurmountable. By following this five-step process, even the most selective guardians can their Dr. Dolittle.

A Guide to Dog Treats Part One: Varieties and Purposes

As pet guardians, we have a hard time not caving in to those puppy dog eyes. But, picking the right treat can be pretty overwhelming. In this two-part series, we’ll explore the dangers of treat giving and lay down some guidelines to help confused canine guardians select the right treats for our fur babies.

November Is Pet Diabetes Awareness Month

November is so much more than Black Friday and turkey dinners. It’s also National Diabetes Month.  One out of every 200 cats and one out of every 300 dogs will be affected by diabetes. Read here to discover important facts, symptoms to look for, and treatments available. 

November Is Pet Cancer Awareness Month: 6 Pet Cancer Myths

Although about 25-percent of our pets will one day be diagnosed with cancer, many pet parents begin that battle in ignorance. Read on to learn more and stifle a few of those common misconceptions many hold.

How to Ensure You Don’t Get Swindled by an Online Pet Pharmacy

Purchasing pet meds straight from the vet often comes with an unpleasant side effect: sticker shock. And, for animal lovers living on a budget, this cost can be pretty difficult to justify. Here are six ways to ensure you get quality prescriptions for your pet without paying an arm and a leg. 

Animal Pain Awareness Month: Recognizing the Signs

  September is animal pain awareness month. Why? Because animals don’t express pain the same way humans do. This month is an opportunity to learn ...

Digestive Problems In Dogs

From booty-scooting to diarrhea, all of us have seen our fair share of digestive issues. Fortunately, we’re not powerless in the battle against gastrointestinal upsets. Read this exploration of common canine digestive issues, their causes, and what us doggy guardians can do to stop them.

Dog Park Politics And Commandments

We explore some facts and myths about inter-dog politics and explore a few rules of dog-on-dog interactions. Whether at the dog park or adding a new fur-baby to the home pack, understanding the importance of the doggy communication commandments is essentials. Learn more here. 

End-of-Life Care: Dealing With Grief

It’s at ought process to go through, but grief is something everyone experiences to one degree or another when they experience the loss of a pet. Learn how to cope and how to help others cope.

What You Need To Know About Pet Joint Care: Part Two

Part two in our series on arthritis in dogs and cats. Learn how to watch for the warning signs and symptoms of arthritis, ways your vet may want to treat arthritis, medicinal and non-medicinal options for treatment, and preventative measures we can all take right now.

What you Need to Know About Pet Joint Care Part One

To help combat the rising tide of joint pain and misery, we’ve put together this dog and cat guardian’s guide to animal joint care — and, more specifically, arthritis. 

Dog Diseases and Vaccines You Need To Know About

Vaccinations can be a point of uncertainty for many new pet guardians. Learn more about dog vaccines required by law and elective vaccines that may keep your pup healthy based on your region and lifestyle. 

Pet Vaccine Primer: Concerns and Safety, Part Two

Vaccines are a pretty controversial topic. The conversation has spilled over into the pet world, leaving a lot of questions and concerns over safety and options. In this piece, we dive into specific risks and concerns surrounding particular vaccines as well as options pet guardians have.

A Primer on Pet Vaccines, Part One

Here are some of the need-to-know basics regarding pet vaccines. This series provides important details, gives clarity regarding common misconceptions, and takes a look at some real numbers. Then make the decision for yourself and your family.

Questions To Ask Before Enrolling In Doggy Daycare

How can we find the best doggy daycare for our fur-babies? What should we look for? Here are questions we can all use to research the best possible experience for Fido while we’re we’re away at work or on vacation.

More Essential Commands To Teach Your Dog

Being able to take our pups with us on excursions and adventures with the confidence that they can listen and follow directions is invaluable.  This is the second installment which focuses on the next set of essential commands our dogs can benefit from.

Table Scraps Pets Cannot Have, Part Two

Part One of this list is found HERE. The following list is a continuation of the most common people foods pets really can’t have.

Table Scraps Pets Cannot Have, Part One

We all remember the rule of thumb that pets just shouldn’t have people food. Pets get pet food.  This is a helpful list of the most common people foods pets really can’t have.

Veterinary Costs And The Educated Pet Guardian, Part One

“Why does it cost so much to go to the vet?” This is a question many of us ask at one point or another.  Here are a couple important myths and some sage advice to help pet guardians build realistic and savvy expectations about vet bills and pet health conversations.

Water Safety Tips For Dogs

It’s summer!  Before any of us paddleboard with our pooches, we’ve got to soak up some safety tips. Learn ways to have a safe, fun, adventurous summer with your pup, here. 

End-of-Life Care And The Tough Choices, Part One

We need to talk about something kind of sensitive. Our fur-babies are such an important part of the family, but we all know the day is coming when they’ll cross the rainbow. While it may be a difficult one, the conversation about end of life care is one we should all have.

Paws Up For Pet Appreciation Week

Dogs and cats play a special role in our lives. They are family mascots, comforting companions, deep wells of unconditional love, playful purr-babies, and endless sources of entertainment. This week is pet appreciation week, and we’re sharing some fun and fabulous ways to show those fur-babies the love they deserve and thank them for enriching our lives.

To Crop Or Not To Crop - Ear Cropping

Ear cropping, surgically modifying dog ears, is a trademark for some breeds.  For those with purebreds, it’s a tradition that almost seems compulsory. However, ear cropping is increasingly being brought into question.  What are some of the arguments on both sides? This is your ear cropping rundown.

Can Humans Contract Cat Diseases? Part One

There are several parasites, bacterial, fungal, and viral infections that can cross from cats to humans, and humans to cats.  These are just a few of the top bacterial and parasitic infections that can affect cats and humans.

Safe Plants That Are Non-Toxic To Dogs

Those of us who want to buy a new houseplant or get a hostess gift for a friend understand it’s easier to reference a yes-list than a no-list. This is the latest go-to reference for common, fun, plants that are non-toxic to dogs and great when choosing a gift for a friend with a pet.

Why does my dog kick his leg when I scratch his belly?

  We all know and love doggie idiosyncrasies. They’re wagging tails, shoelace slobber, puppy eyes when we are trying to eat, and of course, the leg...

Canine Fitness Month: Exercises Anyone Can Do

April is National Canine Fitness Month.  And because not all of us can move with ease, plus some of us have senior dogs who need gentle activities, we’ve included games and exercise ideas that will get the blood pumping and release those endorphins, without requiring great physical strain.

PSA: 2018 Update on the Canine Influenza Outbreak

At this time the H3N8 strain can be found in every state except Alaska, Hawaii, Nebraska, and North Dakota. The H3N2 strain is quickly catching up with verified diagnosis on both coasts, and in several central states. Some areas are suffering from severe flare-ups, but all locations are experiencing a steady spread of both strains.

All the President’s … Dogs

The White House has a long-time relationship with pets of all shapes and sizes. Dogs, however, are among the most common animal residents. This President’s Day, let’s celebrate ‘first dogs’ and best friends of our nation’s leaders.

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