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It may seem strange to see "ash" as an ingredient in dog food, but the ash you see listed on the dog food bag or can isn’t something the manufacturers added. Learn about ash content in dog food.
If your dog is having flaking or itching skin due to food allergies, a limited ingredient test meal may be in order. Try this simple salmon recipe.
Thanksgiving is always a fun time -- as well as a very hectic one. Here are a few ways you can make sure that your pet has a safe Thanksgiving while partaking in all of the fun that comes along with the holiday season.
Crafty pet owners will find everything they've been looking for here—tips on how to make pet treats, beds, shampoos, and more! Get your creative energy going and save some money, too.
Pet insurance can have its pluses and minuses. One thing that most can agree on is that it's not cheap. Read on for common pet insurance costs.
Pet care trends are following human trends, meaning there's a boom in green, organic, and other fair-trade type pet supplies out there. Find out how you can treat your pet to the latest and greatest!
Keeping your dog clean and healthy is easy with the right grooming information. Learn how to brush, bathe, and otherwise primp your pooch.
Dog halitosis can be unbearable at times. However, there are many easy ways to treat a dog's bad breath. Find out here.
Despite their high activity level, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels can still fall victim to obesity. Learn how to keep your dog at a healthy weight with good portion sizes.
The Boxer can quickly gain weight after middle age. Learn how to keep your Boxer feeling healthy here.
Poodles need to be groomed at least once every two months in order to prevent matting and potential skin problems. Poodles have a very curly coat that is very unique, but can be challenging to groom, especially if it's your first time.
"Contains natural flavors" seems all well and good when we see it on a bag of dog food, but does it mean what it sounds like, or are there other implications behind this seemingly innocuous message?
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