Arthritis is all too common in dogs—about 20% of adult dogs, and up to 90% of senior dogs suffer from it. But it doesn’t have to be an inevitable part of aging. When it comes to warding off this menace, there are two essentials: awareness and weight management.
The majority of dogs in the U.S. are overweight or obese, but it's a problem that gets overlooked. Why "a few pounds" can change your dog's life, and what to watch out for.
It's scary to hear about infections from dog licks (we love dog licks!). With a bit of common sense, they're no cause for distress.
It's time for a refresher on what constitutes healthy food and what doesn't... and spoiler alert: Burnt brown balls aren't it.
Dogs are going to scratch. But itchy skin can be a sign of fleas, stress, hormone imbalances, or a food sensitivity.
Linda Glass tried everything to help her Dalmatian, Jasmine, lose weight, and stop her chronic diarrhea. When she started feeding fresh food, her dog's stomach got better, and she lost 20 pounds.
You may imagine large breed puppies will eat anything — but just because they can, doesn't mean they should.
Puppyhood is a special time, for both you and your dog. But it's also a critical one for their development. Read on to set your pup off on the right paw...
Wondering where to begin with battling an upset tummy? Help your dog begin to feel better with these helpful tips...