Our dogs are part of the family, so it's natural to worry about their health. But with so much information (and misinformation) swirling around regarding COVID-19, how do you stay prepared without over-reacting?
Let’s take a look at the information out now regarding coronavirus in dogs.
Dog vitamins are a huge industry, but are they really necessary?
After all, a good-quality dog supplement can cost as much as $70 a month. (Think of how many tennis balls that would buy!) Yes, your dog needs Vitamin K and magnesium in their diet, but do those nutrients have to come from a supplement?
In this article, we'll discuss the nutrients your dog needs, how to spot a nutrient deficiency, and how to decide if dog vitamins are the right choice.
November is National Senior Pet Month and those of us with a longtime furry friend know just how rewarding it is to care for a dog for its entire lifetime.
But just because your dog is your baby doesn't mean that her nutritional needs are the same as when she was a puppy. When you're considering making the switch to a senior dog food formulation, there are a few things to keep in mind.