Golden Retrievers are susceptible to common certain skin allergies and irritations. With proper care and knowing what to watch for you can keep your Golden more comfortable.Read more about Golden Retriever Allergies & Skin Allergy Guide
Golden Retrievers are susceptible to common certain skin allergies and irritations. With proper care and knowing what to watch for you can keep your Golden more comfortable.Read more about Common Golden Retriever Skin Issues (and How to Alleviate Them!)
German Shepherds are a popular breed. And for good reason! They are characterized by not only their smarts, loyalty and courage, but also the thick fur coat that protects them. However, their coat makes them very susceptible to developing skin issues.Read more about German Shepherd Allergies & Skin Allergy Guide
There’s a scientific name for the gross habit of dogs eating poop. It’s called coprophagia. There are many reasons, both behavioral and physiological, which drive dogs to eat feces. Discover the possible reasons and how you can curb this habit.Read more about Why do Dogs Eat Poop? Causes and Fixes to this Undesirable Habit
High protein is a popular claim made by many dog food brands. But, is it good for your dog? Is it good for the environments? We write about the pro’s and con’s to high protein dog food.Read more about High Protein Dog Food: Is it Good for Your Dog?
One of the most common orthopedic conditions of large breed dogs is hip dysplasia. If you have or are considering a large breed dog (typically over 50-lbs or 25-kg), you need to know and understand this disease. Any size or breed of dog can have hip dysplasia, but, in general terms, the larger the dog, the greater the risk of developing hip dysplasia.Read more about Hip Dysplasia in Dogs: What is it and What can you do about it?
While it’s true that “age is not a disease,” it’s also true that advancing age is associated with the onset of more diseases. The skeletal support system and joints of dogs tend to bear the brunt of age-related problems. Let’s review one of the most common canine mobility diseases: arthritis.Read more about Arthritis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms and Relief Options