If you’ve recently taken your dog to the vet and were given medication to treat an illness or ailment, chances are good that the medication came in the form of a pill. But suppose your dog hates being given a pill because of the taste or for other reasons. If you have an intransigent and uncooperative dog, here are some …Continue reading How To Give Your Dog a Pill →
When a dog is suffering with an upset stomach it can be a miserable time for both the dog and its owner.
When dogs have upset stomachs accompanied by vomiting and diarrhea, it’s unpleasant for the dog’s owner, but worse for the dog. Vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain are unsettling to a pet and the sooner these problems are resolved, …Continue reading Dogs With Upset Stomachs →
An orthopedic dog bed provides more support for a dog’s joints and muscles when it’s suffering from hip dysplasia or arthritis.
An orthopedic bed with special cushioning can help your dog feel more comfortable and provide the extra cushioning to allow it to get a good night’s sleep.
An orthopedic dog bed helps absorb the dog’s weight and distributes it evenly …Continue reading Orthopedic Dog Beds →
Have you ever asked yourself, “Why do dogs sweat?” This is not an unusual thought since you never see sweat pouring down a dog’s face or under its armpits when the weather is hot and humid.
Dogs have a different way of regulating their body temperature than do humans. Dogs will sweat through their foot pads and also release heat by …Continue reading Why Do Dogs Sweat? →
A dog car seat can make car rides safer for both you and your dog by confining your pet to a safe space, keeping it off your lap and avoiding danger in case of an accident.
Dogs can be an problematic distraction when you’re driving. Dogs who aren’t well-behaved can distract you by barking out the window or jumping on your …Continue reading Safer Trips with a Dog Car Seat →