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What Causes Seizures in Dogs?

​ Many dog owners experience their dog having some sort of a seizure at some point of their lifetime. Being aware of the possible issues of what causes seizures in dogs might make all the difference. This guest post from our friends at seizuresindogs.net will help you identify dangerous situations. Table of Contents The most common causes of seizures in...

How Heat Affects Dogs: What You Need To Know To Care For Your Pet

​ Humans have a very effective defense mechanism against heat. Our body stays cool by producing sweat in order to evaporate the heat away. Unfortunately, canines do not have sweat glands and therefore cannot deal with excessive heat as adequately. While they are able to evaporate the heat through their panting and glands in their paws, they can still exhibit...

Effective Ways to Improve your Dog’s Health and Wellness

Dogs deserve to live a healthy and happy life, the same way humans desire to maintain a balanced life filled with strong relationships with others, and physical and mental stimulation to keep our minds and bodies in good form. A dog is a man’s best friend and their loyalty and companionship can be repaid by providing our dogs with the...

Is Authority Dog Food Grain-Free

This is a Sponsored Post… All dog foods have different nutritional profiles based on their formulations. It is, therefore, essential to choose one that supports the health system of your dog. When it comes to your canine friend, it is best not to leave anything to chance, dogs are different, and each has its unique needs. It’s the owner’s responsibility...

5 Human Foods that are Dangerous For Dogs

We all love our dogs and treat them like a cherished member of our family. Who doesn’t want to share everything they own with their loved ones, even if it’s just a simple bite? I know, I know no one can resist those cute puppy dogs, and what’s one little cookie or chocolate going to do? But it will. We...
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10 Safe Feeding Tips for New Dog Parents

Getting a puppy for the first time in your life is a feeling beyond words. You probably already imagined all the fun things and blissful moments you’re your new family member. However, many new dog owners do not realize that dogs need constant care as well. Especially when it comes to their diet. The diet requirements of dogs vary by...
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Dog Nutrition: Essential Nutrients for Health and Feeding Basics

Dog Nutrition: Essential Nutrients for Health and Feeding Basics Let’s talk nutrients! Just like humans, dogs need an array of nutrients to keep them healthy and active. Water, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals are all necessary for your dog to survive. Carbohydrates are also included in this list because they are a large source of nutrients for most dogs but...
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Want your German Shepherd to have Upright Ears? The Facts!

Everything you need to know about why, and how to help, your German Shepherd Dog have upright ears. The German Shepherd Dog was first bred just over 100 years ago, and in that time it has become one of the most stunning, distinctive and recognizable breeds. And perhaps the most noticeable feature of a German Shepherd is the ears. An adult...

10 Fruits or Vegetables That Dogs Absolutely Love

Dogs eating fruit and vegetables? Doesn’t seem like a match made in heaven does it! Well that might just be wrong. Dogs don’t need to be eating just meat, in fact throughout their history they have been omnivores, and as I am sure many of you will have noticed, your dog will eat anything! It is your job to make...

Is Homemade Food the Best Option for Your Dog?

We live in a world where we are more and more aware of the food we consume, and we have become increasingly cautious and selective about the quality of the food we eat. The same is now true about the food we give our dogs. The traditional favourites, canned food and dry food, no longer cut it for some dog...

Top 5 Dog Breeds That Definitely Require Pet Life Insurance

Taking out pet life insurance or health insurance for your dog is becoming an essential part of being a responsible dog owner, at least according to the RSPCA and similar organizations. Yet only 3% of dogs are insured in the US, compared to 20% of dogs being insured in the UK. These figures are made even worse by the fact that 50%...