Month: April 2019

(Picture Credit: Gonalo Barriga/Getty Images) If you go to the dog park you’ll see a wide variety of human and dog interactions and parenting styles. Some people are more attentive. Meanwhile, others sit in the shade, talking on the phone or reading a book, barely paying attention to their dog. Which type of pet parent
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) August 30th is National Holistic Pet Day! Humans have been using healing herbs for as long as there have been humans and herbs to heal them. Many of those same natural remedies may be effective in treating your dog for a variety of ailments, if used in the right ways. In
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Can dogs eat tomatoes? The short answer is yes, dogs can eat tomatoes, but there are some big exceptions and things you should know before you giving them to your dog. It’s important to note that tomatoes are in the nightshade family, and parts of them contain substances that are toxic
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Gingivitis in dogs is an inflammation of the gums and is the early stage of a gum disease called periodontal disease. It is very common in dogs and is treatable, though if left untreated, it can develop into advanced periodontal disease, which can lead to teeth loss. Gingivitis is caused by
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) This topic is every dog owner’s worst nightmare, but cancer awareness can increase the change of finding it in the early state, which will increase our dogs change of survival and quality of life. But it’s a stark reality for many. In fact, one in three dogs will develop cancer, according
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When considering if our furry friends need protective clothing during the colder season, we should consider to: Wear protective clothing in case of: Smaller dogs have harder time retaining their body heat. Short hair dogs breed. Breed that is original from warm climate (Chinese Crested, Chihuahua and Italian Greyhound.) A very cold weather. Don’t wear
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Celebrate your favorite dog mom with a fun gift designed just for people like her. We combed online options for a high-quality, well-reviewed list of choices for every kind of dog mom. We also consulted with Rover’s Dog People panel member, celebrity trainer Nicole Ellis, for some of her favorite gift ideas for dog mamas.
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Although we’re Dog lovers, I’ve decided to publish also the Ultimate cat mom gift guide for mother’s day, since it’s around the corner. So it’s the perfect time to pick out some gifts for the cool cat ladies in your life. With that in mind, I’ve done some research to track down gifts for cat
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) While not gravitating to the level of destruction, persistent barking, howling or indoor accidents. I feel stressed when my dog is alone. There are others out there feeling this way as well, I know it. Safety in numbers, pack mentality, groups of like-minded pet guardians. Right? A little bit of Googling
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) As humans spread into coyote habitats with their pets more and more, the odds of encounters between dogs and coyotes skyrocket. These encounters can be deadly, especially for small dogs that make for easy prey. Humans are good sources of garbage and food, which can attract coyotes, too. February is mating
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Burley Tail Wagon 4.3 out of 5 in Customers reviews + Good reviews Link  – Bad reviews link Size: 16-Inch Tail Wagon by Burley features a removable floor for washing, optional securing tie downs Side battens for stability; flip-down tailgate for loading and unloading.Spacious interior with 75 lb. carrying capacity All-weather cover with waterproof zippers; heavy-duty
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The Celebrity Dog Trainer The celebrity dog trainer way “A practical, approachable guide packed with sound advice on how to safely train any dog while building confidence, trust, and a loving bond. McMillan’s inspiring stories of the ‘unadoptable’ dogs he has helped find new forever homes affirm why every dog deserves a second chance.” (—Kwane
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Dogs love to lick. And while we don’t mind the occasional slobbery kiss, sometimes their overeager licking can become, well, gross. If you find your dog’s excessive licking bothersome, don’t fret. There are ways to curb this undesirable behavior. Advertising Why Your Dog Licks You Pixabay Canine experts offer several interpretations for overly enthusiastic dog
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As a lifelong gardener and dog owner, I can say that dog proofing your garden isn’t a topic I take lightly. Are you worried about the birds getting your strawberries? If they’re lucky, they’ll get them before the dogs do. I’ll never forget the summer morning when I came out to find a nearly perfect
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Valentine’s Day is more than just the most romantic holiday of the year. From accessories, chocolates, jewelry, flowers, to–yes–undergarments, pets will likely enjoy your Valentine’s gifts and treats just as much as you do, but with some potentially serious health consequences. Here are a few ways to keep your dog safe
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) We all want our dogs to be as healthy and long-lived as possible, so it makes perfect sense to feed them well. But can the same ol’, same ol’ food that we plop into the bowl every day fulfill 100 percent of our dogs’ dietary needs? The short answer: it probably
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(Picture Credit: Nataba/Getty Images) February is Pet Dental Health Month, so let’s spread the word about gum disease in dogs and try to educate fellow pet owners. By the tender age of three, more than 80 percent of dogs show signs of gum disease, according to the American Veterinarian Dental Society. It’s no surprise, then,
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