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How Often Should You Take Your Dog to the Vet? July 22nd, 2017

How Often Should You Take Your Dog to the Vet?

Veterinary care is essential to a dog’s health and wellbeing. In addition, it is important for an owner to get his questions answered by an expert. A pup’s veterinary treatment should start from the moment he/she is born. However, the frequency of treatments and checkups will depend on the dog. A checkup or wellness exam is a  Read More…

The Dos and Don’ts of Exercising with Your Dog July 19th, 2017

The Dos and Don’ts of Exercising with Your Dog

Just as you need regular exercise to stay healthy, so does your dog. So why not exercise together? The best part is you will find Fluffy to be the most reliable and enthusiastic exercise partner you could ever want. However, it is important to remember that your canine friend won’t be able to let you  Read More…

How to Keep Your ESA Safe from Bugs July 16th, 2017

How to Keep Your ESA Safe from Bugs

While many of us excitedly wait for the warm summer months, for our emotional support animals the increase in temperature could mean bug bites and plain irritation. Most humans are aware of the dangers of Chagas disease or Zika virus, so they know what precautionary steps to take. What you may not know is that  Read More…

Is Ice Cream Bad for Your Dog? July 13th, 2017

Is Ice Cream Bad for Your Dog?

To answer the question, ice cream is bad for your dog. Even though it is not downright poisonous, it is still not considered a good treat. When it comes to dairy products, like yogurt, cottage cheese, and milk – all of them contain lactose. Ice cream especially contains high levels of lactose. And because a  Read More…

The Most Common Diseases for Dogs during the Summer July 10th, 2017

The Most Common Diseases for Dogs during the Summer

Ear Infections There is no doubt the summer season is full of environmental allergens, bugs, parasites, mites and whatnot. These are all factors that can increase the risk of your dog getting a bad ear infection. As you take him on a walk on daily basis, you don’t know that kind of bugs and mites  Read More…

Does Your Dog Need Sunscreen? July 1st, 2017

Does Your Dog Need Sunscreen?

How to Tell If Your Dog Needs Sunscreen Your dog is losing hair. If your dog is allergic, undergoing chemotherapy, or dealing with hormonal changes, he may be shedding in many areas. This leads to some areas being left  unprotected. In addition, some dogs are naturally hairless and thus require external protection. Your dog loves  Read More…

How Second-Hand Smoke Affects Your Pet June 25th, 2017

How Second-Hand Smoke Affects Your Pet

If you smoke, you should have first thought about its adverse effects not only on your health but also on your pet’s health. Second-hand smoke is defined as smoke that is exhaled or otherwise released into the air that can be inhaled by non-smokers, which includes pets. Third-hand smoke is the residue that is left  Read More…

ESA Care Tips for the Summer June 22nd, 2017

ESA Care Tips for the Summer

Like humans, emotional support animals can also suffer from heat stroke. Summer also means that your pet spends more time outdoors, which can translate to more visits to the vet since ear and skin infections become more widespread. Here we will be looking at the top care tips that you can follow this summer to  Read More…

The Top 5 Activities You Should Teach Your Dog May 22nd, 2017

The Top 5 Activities You Should Teach Your Dog

Regardless of your dog’s breed or type, there are numerous skills and activities you can teach him to have fun and score a few hoots. Dogs are our constant companions. They provide hours of entertainment, emotional support and unconditional love. All dogs are owner pleasers, and teaching different activities and tricks is a great way  Read More…

The 5 Foods You Should Never Feed Your Emotional Support Dog May 6th, 2017

The 5 Foods You Should Never Feed Your Emotional Support Dog

Part of a puppy’s experience when growing up is the beautiful world of smells, sights, sounds, and tastes. To your emotional support pup, almost anything tastes delicious. From a block of chocolate to your old running shoes, just about anything tastes great if it is available. Dogs lack the ability to distinguish between what is  Read More…

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