Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs. It is estimated that 1 in 4 dogs will develop cancer, which is the same chance of cancer among men. It is also predicted that half of dogs over the age of 10 will develop cancer. Dogs can develop a variety of cancers and most are very similar to those found in humans. We’re here to help navigate through the stressful and emotional times before and after a diagnosis.
August is National Immunization Awareness Month and we wouldn’t be dog owners if we didn’t use this month to promote pet vaccination awareness, as well! Many people understand that their pets need vaccines, but do they truly understand which vaccines dogs need, and when, to be protected against dangerous diseases?
As a dog owner, it is important to know which toys are best for your dog, and why they are beneficial. Take into account not only the health and physical benefits of a new toy, but also the intellectual perks! This list breaks down the most popular kinds of toys, and why they are loved by our four-legged friends!
Spring is back! Time to enjoy the nice weather, green trees, and fresh air with your favorite pup! Here are some fun ways you and your dog can get the most fun out of the season.
Let’s face it, dogs are great at giving us the “puppy eyes” when they want to sample what we’re eating. Sharing healthy snacks like certain veggies and fruits is ok. But there are common foods that can be very dangerous for our dogs. Here is a list of ten foods that should never fall into the paws of your pup, and some warning signs if you think your dog may have eaten them