Written By: Tiffany Ruiz Dasilva, VMD, cVMA | Professional Services Veterinarian, Wild Earth We all love to see our pup’s tail wag. But did you know tail wagging can also be a sign of anxiety? There is no arguing that dogs feel emotions – anxiety included. While we wish our fur babies could be happy all […]Read more about Anxiety in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and How to Help
Written By: Tiffany Ruiz Dasilva, VMD, cVMA | Professional Services Veterinarian, Wild Earth Have you come home from a long day at work to find evidence of chewed up socks? Or do you feel like your socks keep disappearing? Socks are among the many items that dogs love to chew on, and it can be frustrating […]Read more about Where, oh where have your socks gone?
Written By: Tiffany Ruiz Dasilva, VMD, cVMA | Professional Services Veterinarian, Wild Earth If you’re a dog owner, it’s important to be aware of the foods your dog cannot eat. It can be easy for dog parents to feed their dog snacks or scraps of food that they are eating, but many human foods are unhealthy, […]Read more about 10 Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat
Can dogs have pistachios? While pistachios go well with almonds and the like in a bag of trail mix, pistachios and dogs do not mix. Read on to find out why.
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Written By: Tiffany Ruiz Dasilva, VMD, cVMA | Professional Services Veterinarian, Wild Earth Have you been feeding your pup our Wild Earth Complete Protein dog food, but they are still suffering from itchy skin? Here are a few steps to follow to ensure your pup is getting all of the benefits of our plant-based dog food. […]Read more about 3 Steps to Eliminating Your Dogs Itching & Scratching
Written by: Tiffany Ruiz Dasilva, VMD, cVMA | Professional Services Veterinarian, Wild Earth Did you know that food is one of the most important factors you can control when it comes to your health – and your dog’s health? Proper nutrition is vital to both health maintenance and disease prevention and management. Food provides nutrients […]Read more about How Your Dog’s Food Can Be Medicine
Worms are one of the more unpleasant aspects of owning a dog. Seeing your dog rubbing its behind on the floor isn’t only gross but sad. Worms cause both stomach discomfort and itchiness, which can irritate your dog. Puppies are the most at risk for contracting worms. Many pet owners wonder how long will my […]Read more about How Long Will My Puppy Poop Worms After Deworming
Written By: Tiffany Ruiz Dasilva, VMD, cVMA | Professional Services Veterinarian, Wild Earth As dog owners, we are all too familiar with our dog’s poop, and will often worry if we notice a change. For example, has your dog’s poop ever been orange? If so, what does this mean? Orange dog poop can be a sign […]Read more about Why Is My Dog’s Poop Orange? Should I Be Worried?
Pitbulls are a loving breed that is gaining popularity. Asking yourself do pitbulls shed may be a common question if you’ve begun to consider them for your own home. The simple answer is yes. Pitbull breeds do shed, and they aren’t a hypoallergenic breed. Read on for more information about their coats, how to manage […]Read more about Do Pitbulls Shed? How To Manage Shedding
The Doberman is a large dog popularly known for its guarding abilities. They’re loyal, intelligent, and have an athletic build. But do Dobermans shed? Dobermans shed, but they are moderate shedders. Dobies are single-coated breeds, meaning they do not have a thick undercoat. Though they shed throughout the year, you will never see dog hairballs […]Read more about Do Dobermans Shed? How To Manage Shedding
Shih Tzus are renowned for their intelligence and their attractive two-layered hair. While their undercoats are soft and hairy, the topcoats are long, thin, and silky. But, do Shih Tzus shed? If so, how do you manage their shedding? Like other dog breeds, Shih Tzus do shed. However, they don’t shed much because they have […]Read more about Do Shih Tzus Shed? How To Manage Shedding