Dry Dog Paw: How To Make Dogs Paw Soft

2020-09-04T15:13:04-04:00June 29th, 2020|Dog Health, Pet Grooming|

It’s no question, you’ve witnessed your dog obsessively lick their paws, what’s with that? Taking notice of your dog’s damaged paw pads is one of the most common experiences as a dog lover. However, the big mistake is refusing to take the step further: discovering the implications based on observations. As much as you

Pink Nose Dogs: All Useful Information You Need To Know

2020-09-04T15:11:52-04:00June 29th, 2020|Dog Health|

From black to pink, what’s wrong with my dog’s nose? The black button nose is a dog trademark, a trademark of pure cuteness. However, the instance of shifting from black to pink is more common than you think. This color shift is a result of pigment loss, but the cause of the pigment loss

Can Dogs Eat Turkey? Safety Precaution for Feeding Dogs Turkey

2020-09-16T11:22:04-04:00June 18th, 2020|Dog Health, Nutrition|

The thing is, you rarely not finding turkey as part of the menu during Thanksgiving,  Americans Turkey Day, or even other get-togethers. Since most dog parents love turkey, not being able to pass it to their beloved canines is quite confusing. This always raises a question;  is turkey bad for dogs, or instead is

10 Best Dental Chews for Dogs: Reviews and Advices

2020-09-16T11:22:05-04:00April 17th, 2020|Dog Health, Pet Solutions|

How sweet it is to be greeted by your puppy's kisses every time you walk in your door from long hours of work. There are times when their breath stinks and they quickly need a mint. Mints help freshen up the breath of your pet. But you need the best dental chews for dogs

3 Pointers On How Much Food Should A Dog Eat

2020-09-16T11:22:06-04:00October 30th, 2019|Dog Health, Nutrition|

As a new owner, setting a consistent schedule for your new puppy is very important – both from the point of view of your pup’s health, as well as discipline/training. So the question of how much food should a dog eat, and how often, is an important decision to make early on. You might

5 Calming Foods To Go From Anxious Dog To Relaxed Dog

2020-09-16T14:51:33-04:00September 27th, 2019|Dog Health, Nutrition|

A dog dealing with anxiety, or just one that is hyperactive, can be a challenge to support and deal with day-to-day. Especially if you’re a new owner – you’ll catch yourself wondering when this bundle of energy will go from anxious dog to relaxed dog. Believe me, we’ve been there with our Buck… And

4 Tips For Preparing Your Dog For A Vet Visit

2020-09-16T11:22:07-04:00August 27th, 2019|Dog Health|

Those appointments make even seasoned pet owners a little anxious, usually. So preparing your dog for a vet visit – and yourself – is a great idea. Never hurts to make the most of some professional care and advice, does it? And it’s not like vet visits are only for times when you feel

5 Tips on How to Calm My Anxious Dog

2020-09-16T15:03:59-04:00July 20th, 2019|Dog Health|

If you’ve ever experienced overwhelming anxiety, you know how horrible the feeling can be. It’s probably why you’re asking yourself how do I calm my anxious dog? Just like people, many dogs suffer from bad anxiety. And there could be several possible reasons behind it. It could something to do with specific situations and

5 Awesome Tips To Make Sure Your Dog Is Sleeping Well

2020-09-16T11:22:08-04:00June 27th, 2019|Dog Health|

Nowadays we all understand the importance of a regular and consistent good night’s sleep and how important it is to both our physical and mental health. But what about our dogs? How do you know your dog is sleeping well too? And that’s not all… If your dog is not sleeping well at night,

Do Your Part to Relieve Dog Anxiety After Moving to New House

2020-09-16T15:09:02-04:00April 18th, 2019|Dog Health|

Are you one of the millions of dog-loving Americans? The percentage of US households with a dog has reached 57%, up significantly from 2012 statistics. With close to 35.5 million Americans moving each year, it's logical to conclude that their dogs are making the move with them. Yes, you can take your pet with you