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Ways To Tell If Your Dog Is Sick

Ways To Tell If Your Dog Is Sick

Masking pain or illness is an evolutionary survival mechanism in dogs, which makes it hard to tell at times whether Fido is unwell. Here are some signs of trouble to look out for (when in doubt, always consult your vet):   Physical symptoms. Vomiting, diarrhea,...
The Right Rest

The Right Rest

Regular exercise is key to keeping your dog in tip-top shape. It’s also key to enjoying your dog’s best behavior. Keep your dog well exercised and he’s likely to reward you with more behavior you like (like snoozing while you make dinner or attend that Zoom meeting)...
Will Work For Food

Will Work For Food

Does your dog scarf down meals in mere seconds? Then both of you are missing out. For dogs, eating should be work. First of all, because searching and hunting for food is natural for canines whose ancestors spent the majority of their time this way. And second of...
Dogs in Action – Doga (yoga for dogs)

Dogs in Action – Doga (yoga for dogs)

Humans have engaged in yoga since ancient times, and our modern era has seen a surge in the practice all over the world. Recently that surge even includes our best friends. Given the trend of extending human health practices to our canine companions (think canine...
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...