Spring Health Care Tips for Dogs

As spring gets closer, begin saying farewell to winter and take your puppy out for a pleasant hike–but hold up. Is your puppy legitimately ensured for a springtime excursion? Bugs and parasites to watch out for: Insects and Fleas The most widely recognized nuisance your puppy can get on a walk—or at home—is insects. Infestation can…

The Health Benefits of Giving Green Tea to Dogs

Green tea may seem like a purely human’s drink, particularly because of its caffeine content, but the fact is that the many benefits for people that come with it also apply to certain animals, including dogs. You can give green tea to nearly any conventional pet, including canines, felines, horses and even fish. How Green…

How to Clean a Dog’s Teeth without Using Bones

If for some reason you don’t like giving your dogs bones to chew on for clean teeth, either due to personal dislike or even cold and wet weather if you feed them outside, there are plenty of alternatives to keep your dog’s dental hygiene in check. Raw feeders can easily keep their canines’ teeth clean…

What Can We Learn from The “Hero Cat” Story?

It’s not often you see or hear of a cat defending its owners, as opposed to dogs, but that is what happened in California earlier this week when a 4-year-old boy on his family’s driveway was attacked by his neighbor’s dog. The brave feline full-on body-slammed the dog away from the child, causing the dog…

Finding the Best Dog Walkers

With three dogs and two part-time jobs, it’s hard to balance their happiness with mine, and I understand that the best way to keep all of us content is to not have to worry when I leave my pets unattended while at work, and to give them companionship while I’m gone as well. The best…