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Dog in the Spotlight – The Siberian Husky

Dog in the Spotlight – The Siberian Husky

If you’ve got a Siberian Husky, you’d better have a reliable vacuum cleaner (or maybe an army of Roombas). These gorgeous dogs are heavy shedders, built as they are for Arctic climates. Their beautiful coats and stunning faces have won them many a dog lover’s heart,...
Healthy Dog Insider

Healthy Dog Insider

Every year, hundreds of thousands of dogs suffer from some form of poisoning—and the culprits in the vast majority of cases are common household and garden products. Drugs such as cold and flu preparations, painkillers, and antidepressants; insecticides and rodent...
Healthy Dog Insider – Ear Infections

Healthy Dog Insider – Ear Infections

Dog’s ears are impressive. For example, they can swivel to locate the source of a sound in 6/100 of a second. However, the design of canine ear canals leaves something to be desired. Their shape (a downward plunge followed by a horizontal tract) can leave debris stuck...
5 Training Tips for Easier Walks

5 Training Tips for Easier Walks

Use the Best Equipment Walks should be enjoyable and pain-free, for you and your dog both. Use humane no-pull equipment that employs natural counter-balance approaches to curb pulling without the use of pain or the risk of damage to their throat. There are many...
Tips and Tools

Tips and Tools

How to pill your dog?   If you can, sneak pills into your dog either by getting chewable medication from your vet, mixing the meds in with your dog’s meal, or sticking the pill inside a soft treat like cheese, hot dog, or even a marshmallow. If that doesn’t work,...