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Canine Cushing’s Disease Recommended Diet

Does your dog have Cushing’s disease? There are many things that you can do at home to help keep your dog healthy while managing this disease. The food that you feed your dog can make a big impact on the outcome and management of Cushing’s disease. With the proper diet and with the help of

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What Are the Symptoms of a Dog With Diabetes?

Has your dog recently been diagnosed with diabetes, or do you think that they have one of the classic symptoms of diabetes, such as drinking a lot of water? Your vet can run blood work to see if your dog does have diabetes as well as help you set up a routine for managing their

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What to Do if Your Dog Bites You

Did your dog just bit you or someone else in your family? There are many reasons that your dog may bite you. You can start training your dog to behave, but first, you should consider taking your dog to the vet to make sure that there is nothing medically wrong with your dog that could

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Dog Impulse Control: 4 Exercises for Better Behavior

Do you wish your dog would do things like have patience and wait for you? This is called impulse control and many dog owners wish their dog had more of it, so if that includes you, you’re not alone. There are many benefits to your dog having better control over their impulses. By teaching your

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What Can I Give My Dog for Gas? Causes & Remedies

Gas in dogs is relatively common and if usually not a serious issue even though it’s unpleasant and can be embarrassing if you have guests over and they mistakenly think you cut the cheese in spite of you insisting that it wasn’t you. However, gas in dogs can be an indicator of a more serious

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How to Socialize a Puppy

Did you just get a new puppy? One of the first things that you will want to do is start to socialize your new puppy. Puppies will most likely have already started this process before you got them, but you should continue to introduce them to new sounds and environments. It’s important that you introduce

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BlueBiology Canine Probiotic Review

As one of the most widely recommended and consistent probiotic manufacturers in the United States, BlueBiology has gained a tremendous foothold in the gastrointestinal health community. Until this year they were not producing any pet supplements, but with the advent of the new year – this has changed. We were excited, but skeptical, to see

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Image of a black dog that looks sick on a couch

Foods Dogs Can’t Eat

There are some foods that people can eat that are also good for dogs, but what about foods dogs can’t eat? There are many foods that we don’t give a second thought at eating and think it will be ok for dogs to eat also but that’s really just not the case with many foods.

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Image of a golden retriever dog getting examined at the vet for canine cushing's disease

Canine Cushing’s Disease Recommended Diet

Does your dog have Cushing’s disease? There are many things that you can do at home to help keep your dog healthy while managing this disease. The food that you feed your dog can make a big impact on the outcome and management of Cushing’s disease. With the proper diet and with the help of

Read More »
Image of a lethargic-looking golden retriever on a bed with white bedding

What Are the Symptoms of a Dog With Diabetes?

Has your dog recently been diagnosed with diabetes, or do you think that they have one of the classic symptoms of diabetes, such as drinking a lot of water? Your vet can run blood work to see if your dog does have diabetes as well as help you set up a routine for managing their

Read More »
Image of a dog baring its teeth and being aggressive, looking like its going to bite someone

What to Do if Your Dog Bites You

Did your dog just bit you or someone else in your family? There are many reasons that your dog may bite you. You can start training your dog to behave, but first, you should consider taking your dog to the vet to make sure that there is nothing medically wrong with your dog that could

Read More »
Photo of a young dog laying on a mat next to an hour glass

Dog Impulse Control: 4 Exercises for Better Behavior

Do you wish your dog would do things like have patience and wait for you? This is called impulse control and many dog owners wish their dog had more of it, so if that includes you, you’re not alone. There are many benefits to your dog having better control over their impulses. By teaching your

Read More »
Image of a black pug looking up guiltily after farting

What Can I Give My Dog for Gas? Causes & Remedies

Gas in dogs is relatively common and if usually not a serious issue even though it’s unpleasant and can be embarrassing if you have guests over and they mistakenly think you cut the cheese in spite of you insisting that it wasn’t you. However, gas in dogs can be an indicator of a more serious

Read More »
Image of a Australian shepherd puppy being socialized with other dogs at a dog park

How to Socialize a Puppy

Did you just get a new puppy? One of the first things that you will want to do is start to socialize your new puppy. Puppies will most likely have already started this process before you got them, but you should continue to introduce them to new sounds and environments. It’s important that you introduce

Read More »
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BlueBiology Canine Probiotic Review

As one of the most widely recommended and consistent probiotic manufacturers in the United States, BlueBiology has gained a tremendous foothold in the gastrointestinal health community. Until this year they were not producing any pet supplements, but with the advent of the new year – this has changed. We were excited, but skeptical, to see

Read More »
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Separation Anxiety in Dogs: Symptoms, Training, & Treatment

Is your dog destroying everything in the house as soon as you leave? Your dog may be suffering from separation anxiety. Separation anxiety in dogs is relatively common, as many dogs do not like to be left at home alone. But most dogs can be trained that it is okay to be home alone. Some

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Image of a black dog that looks sick on a couch

Foods Dogs Can’t Eat

There are some foods that people can eat that are also good for dogs, but what about foods dogs can’t eat? There are many foods that we don’t give a second thought at eating and think it will be ok for dogs to eat also but that’s really just not the case with many foods.

Read More »
Image of a golden retriever dog getting examined at the vet for canine cushing's disease

Canine Cushing’s Disease Recommended Diet

Does your dog have Cushing’s disease? There are many things that you can do at home to help keep your dog healthy while managing this disease. The food that you feed your dog can make a big impact on the outcome and management of Cushing’s disease. With the proper diet and with the help of

Read More »
Image of a lethargic-looking golden retriever on a bed with white bedding

What Are the Symptoms of a Dog With Diabetes?

Has your dog recently been diagnosed with diabetes, or do you think that they have one of the classic symptoms of diabetes, such as drinking a lot of water? Your vet can run blood work to see if your dog does have diabetes as well as help you set up a routine for managing their

Read More »
Image of a dog baring its teeth and being aggressive, looking like its going to bite someone

What to Do if Your Dog Bites You

Did your dog just bit you or someone else in your family? There are many reasons that your dog may bite you. You can start training your dog to behave, but first, you should consider taking your dog to the vet to make sure that there is nothing medically wrong with your dog that could

Read More »
Photo of a young dog laying on a mat next to an hour glass

Dog Impulse Control: 4 Exercises for Better Behavior

Do you wish your dog would do things like have patience and wait for you? This is called impulse control and many dog owners wish their dog had more of it, so if that includes you, you’re not alone. There are many benefits to your dog having better control over their impulses. By teaching your

Read More »
Image of a black pug looking up guiltily after farting

What Can I Give My Dog for Gas? Causes & Remedies

Gas in dogs is relatively common and if usually not a serious issue even though it’s unpleasant and can be embarrassing if you have guests over and they mistakenly think you cut the cheese in spite of you insisting that it wasn’t you. However, gas in dogs can be an indicator of a more serious

Read More »
Image of a Australian shepherd puppy being socialized with other dogs at a dog park

How to Socialize a Puppy

Did you just get a new puppy? One of the first things that you will want to do is start to socialize your new puppy. Puppies will most likely have already started this process before you got them, but you should continue to introduce them to new sounds and environments. It’s important that you introduce

Read More »
Image of BlueBiology Canine Probiotic

BlueBiology Canine Probiotic Review

As one of the most widely recommended and consistent probiotic manufacturers in the United States, BlueBiology has gained a tremendous foothold in the gastrointestinal health community. Until this year they were not producing any pet supplements, but with the advent of the new year – this has changed. We were excited, but skeptical, to see

Read More »
Image of a black dog that looks sick on a couch

Foods Dogs Can’t Eat

There are some foods that people can eat that are also good for dogs, but what about foods dogs can’t eat? There are many foods that we don’t give a second thought at eating and think it will be ok for dogs to eat also but that’s really just not the case with many foods.

Read More »