Dog Fur And Hair Dyes Explained – Is It Safe To Color Your Dog’s Fur?

Dogs getting their fur dyed has become one of the most controversial trends of this generation for pet owners. Some pet owners are for this practice and there are also those that are against it. So before you think of getting into this trend, as a dog owner you have to ask, “Is dyeing my dog’s fur safe?” As mentioned above, due to the controversial nature of this topic you will probably get different types of answers. To be fair to both sides of the topic, we will do our best to cover both the pros and cons of dyeing your dog’s fur, ... Read More »

Make Pet Check-up Your Regular Routine – 5 Easy Ways To Check Your Dog’s Health

A regular pet check-up is something that every dog owner can do to ensure that their furry companion is in tip top shape. It is important that dog owners take part of this activity because there are certain instances when you may not notice bumps, lesions, swelling or other injuries that your dog may have gotten over time. Dogs are sweethearts but they can be quite good at hiding how they’re really feeling. By doing a simple check you can see if your dog has developed any irregularities ahead of time and get it treated immediately. To ... Read More »

5 Easy Organic Homemade Concoctions You Can Make To Protect Your Dogs From Dog Fleas Safely

Dealing with fleas and other parasites are one of things that every dog owner has to learn to do to keep their canine buddy safe and healthy. Protecting your dogs from fleas isn't just to stop them from scratching excessively but to also ensure that they don’t get any flea related illnesses. If you haven’t heard yet, dog fleas can bring certain illnesses that can become fatal for your pet if not treated immediately. Some examples of these problems are ehrlichiosis, allergies, tapeworms and anemia just to name a few. Although there is a ... Read More »

Healthier And Happier Dogs – Learn More About Spaying Or Neutering Your Canine Pals

As a dog owner, one of the most important decisions you will have to make is whether or not to have your dog spayed/neutered. Although we advocate this procedure we do respect pet owners who decide not to have their dogs go through this process. If you do decide not to have your dog spayed/neutered be sure that you’ll be able to take care of your dog’s puppies if she does get pregnant. Bear in mind that there is currently an overpopulation of dogs in the United States. Owners who are not capable of taking care of these puppies usually ... Read More »

Pyometra In Dogs – Important Information About This Condition That May Save Your Dog’s Life

  A dog that’s in heat can be quite a sad sight. During this time your dog may show lethargy, reduced appetite and some slight change in their personality. The dog’s heat cycle can last for 3 – 4 weeks. Many dog owners usually secure their dogs to ensure that they don’t get pregnant while others allow their dogs to mate. There’s nothing wrong with either scenario but the problem is that dogs that are intact or going through their heat cycle are prone to develop a condition called Pyometra. The problem is that dogs tend to show the ... Read More »

A Closer Look At Ehrlichia Infection In Dogs – What You Can Do As A Pet Owner And How To Prevent It

  It’s definitely a horrible experience seeing your pets sick and suffering. This is why a lot of pet owners do their best to make sure that their dogs get the proper nutrients and exercise they need. If you’re doing your best to keep your buddy healthy and safe then congratulations. However, there are instances when our furry pals still get ill no matter how careful we are. This is definitely not your fault as an owner but it’s also important that you are aware of some of the illnesses that your dog may unknowingly get. This is ... Read More »

A Closer Look Into Long Pet Nails – Its Dangerous Effects On Your Dog’s Back And Spine

Some dog owners always dread the moment when they start hearing those little clicking noise when their dogs walk. Why? Well, that means that it’s time to clip the dog’s nails again. Believe it or not, a lot of dog owners get really intimidated and scared of the pet nail clipping process. This is because for our canine buddies the process seems to be very unnatural and uncomfortable. This results in some dogs hating the process which can be very difficult for the pet owners. But even if the process can be a bit intimidating at first it ... Read More »