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A Guide to Purchasing the Best Brand for Dog-DNA Testing March 7th, 2018

A Guide to Purchasing the Best Brand for Dog-DNA Testing

Dog DNA tests have been around for some time but have gained popularity quite recently. You probably haven’t given much thought to where your fluffy friend came from. For purebred dog owners, the thought of getting a DNA test may seem uncalled for. But, everyone one is getting their dogs DNA checked these days as  Read More…

Benadryl for dogs March 1st, 2018

Benadryl for dogs

Benadryl is an anti-allergic drug, commonly known as antihistamine. This over the counter “human drug” is actually very effective in reducing the symptoms of allergies in dogs. Is it safe? It is natural to feel curious as to why a human drug is being recommended to treat your canine friend. This is because the drug  Read More…

Why Start of the Year Is the Best Time to Alter Your Dog’s Diet February 12th, 2018

Why Start of the Year Is the Best Time to Alter Your Dog’s Diet

The start of the year is a good place to enhance your pet care activities. A few minor changes can only benefit your dog’s health and strengthen your bond with your furry friend. And as your dog ages and become a senior pooch, you will need to be even more vigilant in take care of  Read More…

Health and Wellness Tips for Pet in the New Year February 4th, 2018

Health and Wellness Tips for Pet in the New Year

  With the new year, a lot of people make a slew of resolutions, which include being healthy, exercising and taking extra care of their pets. If you have a pet or an ESA, you understand how they can brighten your lives, and that they deserve all the love and attention in the world. Here  Read More…

How Much Exercise Does Your Dog Need In The Winter? February 1st, 2018

How Much Exercise Does Your Dog Need In The Winter?

Dogs require a healthy, balanced diet and exercise as much as humans. They need to stay active and constantly engaged in any activity. Sunny days can be the ideal day for a visit to the dog park, but cold weather can be challenging for having fun outdoors. Your dog requires the same amount of activity  Read More…

Tips For Keeping Your ESAs Paws Safe In Winter January 30th, 2018

Tips For Keeping Your ESAs Paws Safe In Winter

Your ESA likes to play outside as much as the next pet, spending time outdoors is necessary for your pet and helps keep them in good spirit. If you are living in an area that experiences snowfall it is important that you take the right measures to ensure your pet remains safe and unharmed while  Read More…

Should You Let Your Dog Play In The Snow? January 26th, 2018

Should You Let Your Dog Play In The Snow?

Outside is where it’s at for your dog and not taking them out can be upsetting for them. If you are staying in extremely chilly climates then you are sure to encounter inches of snow that may hinder your day to day activities including your play time with your pet. It is different for the  Read More…

How to Keep Your Pet Safe During a Freeze? December 13th, 2017

How to Keep Your Pet Safe During a Freeze?

As the winter months approach, pet owners should start preparing for ways to keep their little friends safe, warm and comfortable. Just like humans, cats and dogs can be volatile to injury from the cold. Of course, the age and type of pet will largely determine how it reacts to the cold, but almost all  Read More…

How to Ensure Optimal Health for Your ESA December 11th, 2017

How to Ensure Optimal Health for Your ESA

Anyone who owns a loving emotional support animal wishes just one thing – that their little friend has a long and healthy life. However, not many take the right steps to ensure that. Your ESA is not a toy, and it has the basic health needs just like all other living organisms. To ensure optimal  Read More…

How to Care for Your Senior Pet December 9th, 2017

How to Care for Your Senior Pet

Caring for senior dogs can be challenging. Like human beings, senior pets require a lot more attention and suffer from low energy levels. This obviously means that your furry pal will probably spend more time napping and less time exploring the outdoors. To make the process easier, here are some tips that will help take  Read More…

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