Dog Wellness Advice

All the dog tips, tools, and answers you need to be the best pet parent possible

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Most Dog Parents Have ZERO Clue About These Fatal Food Items

You know Chocolate is toxic to dogs, but what else? Check out this comprehensive list of deadly food ingredients for dogs. This can save your dog's life.Read

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Summer is Coming โ€“ Hereโ€™s how to Keep Your Dog Cool

Summer is great, except for the excruciating heatโ€ฆ

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Living with a Dog in an Upstairs Apartment

Living in an upstairs apartment with a dog is vastly different from living in a large house with a yardโ€ฆ

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How to Keep a Dog Mentally Active

Dogs are highly active creaturesโ€ฆ

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How to Potty Train a Dog

Itโ€™s all fun and games with your dog until it has a bathroom accident on your couchโ€ฆ

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What to Do When Your Dog is Overweight

Is your canine companion a little too round? Hereโ€™s what you can do to help them return to a healthy weightโ€ฆ

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SPECIAL GUIDES

Everything You Need for Your Small Puppies

Small breed puppies have different needs than their larger counterparts. Things like food, toys, and leashes will all need to be purchased with your puppies size in mind. If you have a small breed pup, here are some great products to help get you started.

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Using Diphenhydramine Hcl for Pets - A Benadryl Generic

Diphenhydramine HcL, the generic of popular antihistamine Benadryl for dogs and cats, can help you manage a large number of different afflictions your dog or cat might be suffering from, such as rashes, motion sickness, coughing, and much more. Available as a tablet or an injectable, Diphenhydramine HcL is a handy medication to have around.

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Affenpinscher dogs photo A Guide to the Affenpinscher Dog, A Comical Mix

The Affenpinscher dog was created by mixing the Belgian Griffon and the Brussels Griffon, to make a breed that resembles a monkey.

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LATEST ARTICLE Dog Allergies

The itching, the scratching, the sneezing...is your pooch being irritated by the materials in their own dog bed? It's actually quite common. Read

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LATEST ARTICLE The Science Behind NSAIDs for Dogs

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (otherwise referred to as NSAIDs) are one of the most common pain medications prescribed to dogs. Common medical issues that are treated with NSAIDs include arthritis and generalized pain (e.g. after suโ€ฆ Read

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LATEST ARTICLE How to Keep a Dog Mentally Active

Dogs are highly active creatures. Pay attention to their mental health and find ways to engage their minds positively โ€“ for a healthy, happy dog. Read

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LATEST ARTICLE Causes of Bad Breath in Dogs and Possible Solutions

Does your canine best friend blow a stinky breath in your face every time they bark or sit next to you? You are not alone, let's find out what causes this. Read

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LATEST ARTICLE How to Stop Your Dog From Gaining Weight During COVID-19 Lockdown

No question. You are living in quarantine, and that means that your dogs are with you too. This means many changes to your normal life and also to theirs. Your dogs are susceptible to human energy including your stress, anxiety, and panic.โ€ฆ Read

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LATEST ARTICLE What To Do About Your Cat Or Dogโ€™s Runny Eyes

Does your cat or dog have gooey gunk coming from their eyes and tear-stained fur? If this happens every once in a while, itโ€™s probably nothing too serious. However if your petโ€™s tears are continuous or yellowish in color, itโ€™s time to visiโ€ฆ Read

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LATEST ARTICLE Hydrocephalus In Dogs And Cats

Hydrocephalus is a congenital disorder found in dogs and cats, usually at late stages in life and after some sort of head injury or a terrible infection. It is important to get your pet diagnosed early in order to obtain proper treatment. โ€ฆ Read

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LATEST ARTICLE Exploring natural flea and tick remedies for dogs

If your dog is sensitive to topical flea treatments then you may be at your wit's end. Fleas and ticks are no fun, and in this article, we'll explore some natural alternatives for dogs that can't handle harsh flea killers. Read

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LATEST ARTICLE How to Deal With Your Dogโ€™s Unhealthy Cravings

Is your dog obsessed with eating everything and anything? Let's help you understand why and also find a lasting solution. Read

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LATEST ARTICLE How to Groom Your Dog at Home

itโ€™s important to know how to groom your dog at home, especially given the current period when the world is facing a pandemic. It really is all about building trust and a deeper bond with your dog. Read

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LATEST ARTICLE Signs That Your Dog Has a Heart Disease

Heart diseases in dogs can lead to abnormalities related to blood pumping, which can further cause fluid to be built up in the abdomen and chest of your dog. Heart conditions can be divided into two types, namely the heart valve and the heโ€ฆ Read

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LATEST ARTICLE Things in Your House Your Dog Can be Allergic To

Humans often end up developing allergies from the smallest of things, and it leads to reactions such as itchy skin, watery eyes, etc. Similarly, our furry, four-legged friends can develop allergic reactions to things theyโ€™re surrounded by.โ€ฆ Read

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LATEST ARTICLE 7 Signs of Bladder Stones in Dogs

Your dog is a part of the family and when there is something wrong with him or her, you want to ensure he gets the best treatment possible. You would do whatever you can for him or her just as you would for your own child. Read

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LATEST ARTICLE How to Take Care of Your Dogโ€™s Health While Remaining in Quarantine

Are you living in quarantine because of the rapid global spread of COVID-19? That means that your four-pawed best friend is forced to be inside with you. Until recently, there was no evidence from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevenโ€ฆ Read

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LATEST ARTICLE Why Pets are Good for Your Kids

If we talk about kids with certain disabilities, for instance, or those who have suffered any form of physical or emotional violence, they feel a tremendous amount of love and care with pets around. Here are some valid reasons why pets areโ€ฆ Read

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LATEST ARTICLE How to Take Care of Senior Dogs

As much as youโ€™d like to ignore their graying muzzle or the fact that they no longer enjoy long walks or have difficulty climbing onto things, the healthy thing to do is embrace your dogโ€™s aging years and do your best to make sure that youโ€ฆ Read

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LATEST ARTICLE How to get your dog to come when itโ€™s called

Dogs heading over to you when called is one of the most crucial training lessons a dog needs. Itโ€™s also one of the hardest ones to do effectively and requires a lot of patience. Worry not, we're here to help. Read

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LATEST ARTICLE Summer is Coming โ€“ Hereโ€™s how to Keep Your Dog Cool

Summer is great, except for the excruciating heat. A cool dog is a happy dog. Hereโ€™s all you need to know about keeping your dog cool and happy during summer. Read

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