The Benefits of a Dog Wheelchair

A dog wheelchair has a variety of uses for senior and younger dogs alike. Our furry friends aren’t always as limber as they once were. That’s just a fact of life that we all usually face eventually. But also, sometimes they have operations on their hips, or suffer from a ruptured disc, a knee issue…

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CBD Oil For Dogs with Glaucoma

Dogs do not wake up one morning and find that their vision is completely gone; however, many dogs are troubled with a condition known as glaucoma. In fact, the statistics are in, and approximately 40% of dogs suffer from glaucoma at one point in their lives. Unfortunately, this disease can lead to complete blindness, leaving…

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Enlarged Gums in Dogs: Causes and Treatments

If your dog’s gums seem to be taking up more real estate in his mouth than they have any right to, you may be looking at a case of enlarged gums, which is known as “gingival hyperplasia” (GH) in medical terms. This article has been written to properly explain this condition, how it can come…

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Leave! 4 foods that your dog should never touch

There are certain commands in a dog’s life that they should be taught from a young, puppy age. Leave is one of these – and this forms the basis of today’s article. In short, if you are mulling around in the kitchen and drop one of the foods that we are about to mention, make…

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Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Osteoarthritis is one of the more common chronic conditions that impacts dogs today. It can have a severely negative impact on your dog’s life, as it is progressive, incurable, and can cause pain. If your dog is diagnosed with osteoarthritis, it is vital to take the steps required to ensure that your dog can still…

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4 Common Mistakes When Feeding Raw Dog Food To Pets

Today, many pet owners are preferring raw dog food diet than processed ones, since it is believed to be beneficial for their health. Raw feeding eliminates components that dogs wouldn’t eat in the wild or on their own, like rice, wheat, or corn and results in decreasing poop frequency caused by these indigestible filler ingredients.…

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Why Does My Dog Keep Scratching Itself?

All dogs like a good scratch, but if your dog won’t stop scratching itself it could be a sign of a problem. Here are just a few possible reasons why your dog could be constantly scratching itself. Allergies One possible cause could be a skin allergy. Just like humans, dogs can be allergic to all…

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Guide to Holiday Leftovers for Pets

If you’ve ever wondered which human foods your dog can eat, you’ve come to the right place.  This time of year is the best time to be conscientious of what your dog ingests. We’re inclined to share some of our savory holiday treats with our pups, but some of these foods can result in severe negative…

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What to Do if Your Dog Eats Chocolate

Just as I was sitting down to compose this blog, my phone buzzed, indicating that I received a text message. Little did I know that my next topic of discussion was texting its way into my writing. It was a message from a friend that simply said, “My 25-pound dog ate about 3 ounces of…

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