Care & Feeding
2 of the Worst Foods to Feed Your Dog or Cat (and 3 of the Best)
Is your pet suddenly feeling sick lately? Did you know the U.S. pet food industry is hardly regulated? Our dogs and cats became ill and stopped wanting to eat their food, and we realized the pet food brand we'd been feeding them was the culprit.
Taking Care of Your Dog After They Are Spayed or Neutered
Spaying or neutering is a common procedure that many of our pets will go through. However, not everyone realises the post-surgery care a dog will need after undergoing the procedure. In this article, you will learn how to help your dog heal and the signs of something being wrong.
Easy Cheesy Dog Treats
This cheese dog treat recipe is so simple to make. There are just four basic ingredients: flour, an egg, cheese and water! They are perfect as training rewards or as a gift to your dog pals! So why not pamper your little furry friends today?
Benefits of Duck Feet for Dogs: Natural Dog Treats
Looking for safe and healthy dog treats? Dogs love to chew, so give them duck feet, a good and safe choice for dog chews and treats. Duck feet also have many benefits and are a good alternative if allergic to chicken.
Should You Leave Food Out for Dogs All Day? Free-Feeding Versus Scheduled Meals
Many dog owners wonder whether or not they should leave food out for their puppies and dogs; therefore, it's important to know about the pros and cons of this feeding method.
Help, My Dog Won't Eat Food in the Morning
A dog who won't eat food in the morning can be a frustrating ordeal. Let's face it: watching our dogs not wanting to eat can make us worried. Is the dog sick? Is the dog eating their full caloric intake of the day? These are all important questions.
Best Front-Attaching Harnesses for Dogs in 2021
There are so many different types of front-attaching harnesses for dogs on the market nowadays that your head may be spinning. Which one will work best for you and your dog? The answer will vary based on several variables, but here are a few harnesses that consistently receive positive reviews.
Is Turmeric Good for My Dog?
You may have heard how the Indian spice turmeric has health benefits which could aid your dog, but is this true and is turmeric safe to feed to our pets? This article reveals the benefits and also the potential side-effects of turmeric and includes easy recipes for making tasty turmeric treats.
What Are the Best Veterinarian-Recommended Dog Foods?
If you're in search of the best dog food that is recommended by experts and veterinarians, this is a task both simple and complex.
10 Ways to Tire Out Your High-Energy Dog (Before You Lose Your Mind)
Several years ago, I adopted a very high-strung dog with seemingly limitless energy. Here's what has worked to keep his energy levels manageable and maintain my sanity.
8 Reasons Why Veterinarians Are Against Feeding Raw Diets to Dogs
Many dog owners assume veterinarians are against raw feeding because they are after the money and ultimately want you to buy the food they sell in their offices. How true is that, though? Let's take a closer look into why your vet may be reluctant to suggest raw food for your dog.
Dangerous Dog Treats and How They Could Make Your Dog Sick
There are thousands of dog treats on the market. Many are inexpensive and designed to be attractive to dog owners, but beneath the surface, some of these treats contain dangerous components that could harm your dog.
5 Safe Dog Foods That Have Never Been Recalled
Looking for safe dog food? A handful of grain-free dog foods were recalled by the FDA as reports of dilated cardiomyopathy have risen. The problem lies instead in the ingredients in these foods and low taurine levels which are linked to DCM in dogs and cats.
Homemade Peanut Butter Dog Treats (With Honey)
This is a basic peanut butter dog treat recipe that you can adapt to suit your dog (and his favorite tasty ingredients). It uses wheat flour, milk, and coconut oil, so please make sure your dog isn't allergic to any of these ingredients before you make these!
Fostering a Rescue Dog
This article will hopefully answer any questions that you may have about the subject of fostering rescue dogs. It is a wonderful, worthwhile experience, and by fostering, you can really make a difference in the life of an animal in need!
Is It Cruel to Keep a Blind Dog? 21 Tips for Caring for Your Visually Impaired Pet
Are blind dogs suffering? Should they be put down? Learn how to take care of a blind dog and how to make its life as happy, safe, and stress-free as possible.
How to Cut Up a Deer for Dog Food: An Illustrated Guide
Have you acquired a deer that is either intended for dog food or is not fit for human consumption? In this article, the pictures and text show you how to easily cut a carcass into parts to make it suitable for a dog to eat.
BarkBox Review: Classic and Super Chewer Subscription Box
Find out if BarkBox is the right subscription box for you and your dog. Learn about the toys, treats, and chews that come in the box. This is a review for the Large Dog and Super Chewer subscriptions.
The Facts About Vitamin and Mineral Supplements for Dogs
Up to a third of all dogs in the USA are fed dietary supplements. But does your dog need added vitamins and minerals? Do they even work? This article examines the facts about vitamin and mineral supplements for dogs based on information from the Food and Drug Administration and scientific research.
The Best Dietary Supplements to Keep Your Dog's Skin and Coat Healthy
Changes in diet are the long-term solution to your dog's skin problems, but giving the right dietary supplements can boost him back to health in the short-term. This article explains when to give dietary supplements to your dog, and which supplements to choose.
How to Read and Understand Dog Food Labels
You must choose a healthy diet for your dog. By law, dog food labels must list ingredients and the relative amounts of protein, fat, fiber, moisture, and nutrients. This article explains in detail what everything on the nutritional label means.
How to Make Homemade Dog Food: 5 Important Guidelines
Many dog owners like to know exactly what their pooch is eating. While commercial dog food should provide a healthy, complete, balanced diet, you may want to prepare your dog's meals from scratch. This article explains everything from choosing a good recipe to food preparation and health checks.
How to Choose Healthy Snacks for Your Dog: With Simple Dog Treat Recipes
While dogs enjoy snacks and treats, it's important to avoid over-feeding your dog or damaging its health. This article discusses the pros and cons of giving snacks and treats to your dog, which foods to avoid, how to choose safe store-bought treats, and healthy alternatives to manufactured snacks.
Which Collar and Leash Should You Get for Your Dog?
Leashes are a training tool and keep your dog and other animals safe. This article discusses different kinds of collars and leashes to help you make the right choice for you and your dog.
The Pros and Cons of a Raw Food Diet for Your Dog
People in favor of a raw food diet for dogs claim it's more natural and healthy. Those against it say it's dangerous because of the risks of poor nutrition and bacterial infection. This article examines the scientific evidence based on recent studies of raw food diets for dogs.
Tips to Keep Your Dog Safe at the Beach
Pristine-looking beaches are rarely pristine these days. Sharp objects lurk underneath the sand, and the shoreline's waves bring their own brand of trouble. There's no need to ban your pooch from the beach. Here are the best tips to keep them safe.
Dog-Friendly Treats: Ice Cream for Our Yorkie
Our five-pound Yorkshire Terrier is a fussy eater. We joke and say that she’s picky because she’s watching her figure. All jokes aside, though, our Yorkie doesn’t eat well. We often spoon-feed her just to make sure she gets food in her belly, so we make treats for her as a supplement.
Must-Have Products If Your Dog Won’t Stop Peeing on Your Carpet
Do you have a dog that won’t stop peeing on your carpet? Here are some basic items that will make life easier and take away some of the stress.