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Dog bed checklist
Dogs must get enough rest, as they enjoy exploring, sniffing, and playing. Our responsibility as dog owners is to make sure that our pets have a peaceful, comfortable place to rest where they will not be disturbed. Choosing the right...
Ask A Vet: Can dogs eat chocolate?
Sometimes you may be enjoying a bar of candy, specifically chocolate, and a thought crosses your mind. Why don’t I give this delicious treat to my dog? They can share it with me! Take that thought out of your mind!...
Ask A Dog: Will dog pee kill my plants?
If you have a lawn, you've probably noticed that your plants and grass keep on dying. And as a dog parent, you may feel like your pup has something to do with it. Dog pee contains some waste products that...
Ask A Vet: Why is my dog shaking?
You might have noticed that sometimes your pup starts shivering for no reason at all. Well, it's usually harmless; however, at times, their shivering might be a cry for help. So, you might want to know the reasons behind the...
Ask A Vet: Will dog pee kill grass?
You probably noticed that one patch of grass in your garden or yard is persistently yellow in color and dead. If you have a doggo who has a favorite place to pee, then you've found your criminal. We all love...
Ask A Vet: Why does my dog vomit?
If you’re a dog parent, then the view of your dog vomiting is a cause for urgent concern. A vomiting pup may show nausea and abdominal heaving. Dog vomiting can happen for several reasons. It could be that your big...
Ask A Vet: Why does my dog pant?
You’ve probably noticed your dog panting regularly, and it’s nothing serious most of the time. Dogs usually pant to regulate their body temperature. Dogs cannot regulate their body temperature using sweat as humans do. Instead, they pant to evaporate excess...
Ask A Vet: Why does my dog lick its paws?
As dog parents, most of you have noticed that your little pup keeps licking its paws at times. Paw licking is standard behavior in dogs, but a healthy pup should not paw lick excessively; otherwise, it could indicate a severe...
Ask A Vet: Why does my dog lick my feet?
As a dog parent, you've probably wondered: Why does my dog lick my feet? It's like you can't be near your dog without them licking your feet! Your pup's licking habit might be something you laugh about initially, but after...
Ask A Vet: Why does my dog eat grass?
If you’re a dog parent, you have probably noticed that sometimes your pup does the weirdest things. And one of these things is when you let them out, they start randomly eating grass. Well, sometimes it’s not that random. Your...
Ask A Vet: Which dog food is healthy?
Dogs are the best presents in the world. They provide humans with emotional support and unconditional love, which dog parents may be extremely thankful for during stressful times, not unlike we are living through right now. Your pups are always...
Ask A Vet: Which dog can kill a lion?
You have probably wondered at some point in your life what animal can go one on one with a lion, the king of the jungle. And if you’re a dog mom or dad, you’ve wondered if your big boy can...
Ask A Vet: Where are dog microchips implanted?
Many people have pet microchips implanted in their pups for their identification. We know it looks like the process and implantation are painful, and many dog parents will have various questions. This article will help you with the basics. Micro-chipping...
Ask A Vet: When can dogs get pregnant?
Puppies are honestly the cutest little things on the planet. There's so much to love, but dog parents who welcome the precious pups into this world certainly have their hands full when they have to care for the Mom and...
What dog lives the longest?
The lifespan of a dog: There aren't any absolute scientific formulas that can quickly determine the average lifespan of a dog, but most dogs remain your cuddly friends for around a decade. Research has indicated that larger dogs have a...
Ask A Vet: What dog is Scooby-doo?
We all know who Scooby-Doo is, by sight and by name. All of us watched the cartoon growing up. And we probably have many memories of it. And we’re sure you have wondered many times what kind of dog breed...
Ask A Vet: What dog has the strongest bite?
Dogs come in numerous sizes and shapes, so finding a dog breed fit for any home is imaginable. However, as a dog parent, you probably know that they can range from enormous and gentle to small and ferocious. And you...
Ask A Vet: How is dog food made?
When looking for new branded dog food for your pup, you probably take the time to read the label and the list of ingredients carefully. Yet, have you ever wondered how dog food, or kibble (as it is more commonly...
Ask A Vet: How do dogs bark?
Barking is a sound produced mainly by dogs. Some other animals also make this noise include foxes, coyotes, wolves, and even seals.  The Larynx: Your doggo uses his larynx to make different sounds, just like you do! These sounds most...
Ask A Vet: How do dog cooling mats work?
During the scorching summer months, it is necessary to keep your big boy as cool as possible. They feel the heat and can be affected by it, just like we do. If doggos get too hot, it can affect their well-being...
Ask A Vet: How can dogs catch kennel cough?
Suppose your big boy is coughing away or constantly making weird noises that sound like it's choking on something. In that case, your pup may be suffering from kennel cough, also less known as the canine infectious tracheobronchitis. Even though...