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How Heavy Should My Dog Be

It is not uncommon for pet owners to ask, ‘how heavy should my dog be?’ The answer varies as a dog’s weight is determined by many factors, including breed, age, activity level, and health status. The weight of your canine companion can be affected by their diet. If you are feeding your pet too many treats or snacks, he may...
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Does Your Dog Need a Diet?

Dieting is a long established phenomenon, with obesity a widespread problem in the modern world. But it sadly doesn’t stop with us humans, our dogs are getting fat too! This is no longer an isolated problem, reports put the proportion of overweight dogs in the United States alone at over half the canine population! The time has long passed for...

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...

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...
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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...

Feeding your Dog Raw Poultry Necks: Tasty Treat or Health Hazard?

It might not seem appetising to us, but feeding dogs raw meat and bone is growing in popularity with owners. This is mostly thanks to the health benefits involved, but also because of increasing distrust of commercial pre packed dog food. But along with this burst of popularity also comes the issue of whether feeding your dog raw meat with...

Is the Water you Give your Dog Safe?

​ Ever thought about what’s in the water you give your dog? If not, maybe it’s time to start! There are many types of water out there that we can refresh our dogs with, tap water of course being the traditional choice. But now you can choose from filtered water, bottled water, and pet fountains too. Our dogs have never...

Kennel Cough

Fighting Kennel Cough? Here is a great resource to help! Kennel Cough Help was created to increase knowledge and awareness of identifying, treating, and preventing kennel cough. Made up from personal experiences and extensive research, it serves as the top online resource for kennel cough symptoms, and kennel cough treatment. Every dog is different and requires a different type of...

The Revolutionary BARF Diet Can Prevent Bone Diseases in Large Dog Breeds!

What is a BARF diet???? With its rather descriptive name, it conjures up interesting images. All is not what it seems! Euro Puppy has looked into what is becoming so popular today: the BARF diet… The word BARF is an acronym for Biologically Appropriate Raw Food. Every living animal on earth requires a natural and healthy, biologically appropriate diet. If...

The dangers of Inbreeding – Dalmatians and hearing loss

Inbreeding of dogs is quite a significant problem. In the quest for getting the "Perfect Dog", breeders try and wipe out variations within breeds, and this leads to a progressively smaller gene pool to choose from. What this means, is that the pups that are born are more likely to have "defective" genes that manifest themselves as congenital conditions. That...