We all know someone who takes a multivitamin, right? It might be your mother, your brother, or even you, but anyone who takes a multivitamin swears by it and knows that it holds healthy benefits. Many dog owners also like to give dog supplements to their dogs as a way to ensure they are getting […]
Everyone knows that babies need special nutrients to build their bodies, bones, and brains. Everything that they once got from their mother’s body will now need to be supplemented through breast milk and food. Though puppies are not the same as human babies, they still require special care and love. Being so little and just […]
Your dog is a trusted and well-loved member of your family. When you give your family wholesome foods and vitamins to keep them healthy, it stands to reason that you would do the same thing for your dog.
No one wants to think about the dreaded “C” word: Cancer. And yet, it is a disease that does not discriminate. It can happen to people regardless of race, wealth, or gender. Sadly, humans are not the only species who face this deadly disease. As all too many pet owners know, dogs and cats are […]
How many times have you heard someone marvel at how thick and shiny your dog’s coat is? If the answer is not-too-often, you might need to do something about that.
In many parts of the U.S., spring has sprung. And with the spring comes the flowers, blossoms, and pollen that make some people crazy with allergies. The itchy eyes, the runny nose, and the sneezing can make life pretty miserable unless you can find a good allergy medication.
Is your dog a lean machine, or a little bit paunchy? Some dogs are born to be muscular powerhouses (think pit-bull) while others have genes that keep them short and stout (basset hounds come to mind). Though genetics make a big difference in body style, there are plenty of things that you can do to […]
Dogs, cats, and animals all over the world scratch themselves. But sometimes, they can nibble, or scratch, a bit too much, and this is something to look out for. Of course, you might not even notice your pup scratching if she does it in private, but you will notice if she is becoming bald in […]
Canine hip dysplasia is a chronic condition that might affect your dog. In a healthy dog, the hip socket is well rounded and deep enough so that the hip’s ball and socket joint fit together perfectly, with strong ligaments that offer support and hold everything in place. With hip dysplasia, the head of the bone […]
Canine liver disease in common in dogs. Some breeds are more susceptible than others, but it is considered one of the top 5 causes of non-accidental death in dogs. The liver is meant to clean the body by removing toxins and waste products and aid in digestion. When the liver is not functioning properly, the […]