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  • Honey for Dogs? Is it Safe?

    When you think of honey, you probably start to envision Pooh chasing his honey pot. However, that’s a bear and a dog might be different so you are probably wondering if your canine can enjoy the sweet nectar. The answer to that question is a resounding, ‘yes’. Honey in small quantities is perfectly safe for dogs. In fact, it contains not only natural sugars but is also loaded with vitamins and minerals that are beneficial and provide many wholesome perks. 
  • Sarcoptic Mange in Dogs

    You have probably heard of dogs getting mange. However, what you might not realize is that sarcoptic mange in dogs is transmissible to humans. Yes, sarcoptic mange is a zoonotic disease that you can catch from your pooch! 
  • Best Vegetables for Dogs

    Dogs are carnivores, right? This is a misconception. Canines are omnivores. They thrive on a varied diet that not only includes a variety of meats but also plants. Adding the best vegetables for dogs to your pooch’s diet is highly beneficial from a health perspective. Also, you might be surprised to learn that most dogs love veggies!

  • CBD Oil for Your Dog: Is it Safe?

    At this point, there is only anecdotal evidence that leads pet owners to believe that that CBD might be beneficial to dogs. Research is still being conducted. However, many theorize that the herb might help ease pain (such as neuropathic pain) and even control seizures
  • When to Use Dog Treats

    You can use a dog treat as a reward, but you can also use it to lure Fido to perform the behavior you want. If you are training your dog to sit then hold the treat close so your dog can sniff it. Now slowly move the treat back over the top of the dog’s head. The dog will automatically stick his nose up in the air to follow the treat and then will sit down. Luring is great for training a dog to sit, lay down, and rollover. You can even use a treat to lure the dog by your side as you train your pooch to walk beside you in the heel position. 
  • How to Control Food Aggression in Dogs 

    Once your dog is no longer growling at you, it’s time to reach out and touch the bowl with your hand. If everything goes okay. Try to slowly lift the bowl. Do not take it away. Just handle the bowl. If your pooch does not growl, then offer a tasty treat. 

    When your dog finally accepts you touching his bowl and spending time with him while he eats then the next step is to see if he is as accepting of other family members. If he growls or snaps at them then they will need to work with him in a similar manner to control the aggressive behavior. 

  • Is Tug of War Bad for Dogs?

    Tug of war is a favorite game not only for the dog but also for the owner. It strengthens the bond between canine and human. The dog will feel more confident and enjoy the energy needed to indulge in the exercise. Also, the game helps provide both mental and physical stimulation. Tug of war teaches the pooch self-control. Law enforcement dogs enjoy a game of tug of war and it is often used as a reward. The handler will indulge in the game after the dog has completed certain tasks. The brief game of tug of war is used as a pleasurable reward that is shared between the handler and the dog. 

  • Health Benefits of Feeding Your Dog Natural Foods 

    Feeding your dog foods that have been approved for human consumption means that you won’t be offering low-grade food choices. Instead, you’ll be providing a variety of fresh meats and produce that you and your family would dine on to Fido. You don’t have to worry about the foods being overly processed and filled with unknown additives. You always know that you are feeding only real, healthy ingredients so you’ll have peace of mind. 
  • Dog Attacks Increase During COVID-19

    With many parts of the world experiencing lockdowns and shelter in place orders, sadly, dog attacks increase during COVID-19. Sure, Fido loves the extra company of having the family home 24/7 but stress levels are high due to virus concerns. Your dog can sense the emotional shift in the household and also starts to feel anxious which might account for the increase in dog bites during COVID-19.


  • Can Dogs Sniff Out COVID-19?

    COVID-19 attacks the lungs and causes considerable damage to the body’s blood vessels, organs, and kidneys. It is believed that the virus does not actually smell but the changes that it spurs within the body make the urine’s odor change. The dog’s olfactory organ can detect subtle changes with amazing accuracy. 
  • Stress During COVID-19 can Impact Your Dog

    Your dog is your kindred spirit and your best friend. When you start to feel anxious, your canine can sense your emotional upheaval and starts to feel stressed too. It is like a domino effect between the two of you and stress during COVID-19 can impact your dog in incredibly significant ways.
  • Obstacles for Service Dogs During COVID-19

    Service animals have historically been embraced by disabled individuals because they help to alleviate ableism by providing freedom. The dog assists the person in navigating through stores and around obstacles. 



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