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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…

Top 3 Dog Food Recipes You Can Try at Home April 28th, 2017

Top 3 Dog Food Recipes You Can Try at  Home

It is not uncommon for dog owners to skip commercial dog foods and instead opt for homemade alternatives. Whether you are looking to save some bucks or just ensuring that the right type of ingredients go in your dog’s meals, it isn’t to take matters into your hands. The most important thing to keep in  Read More…

Want to Share Your Food with Your Dog? Be Careful about These Foods April 26th, 2017

Want to Share Your Food with Your Dog? Be Careful about These Foods

Certain ‘human’ foods, although healthy, can be toxic for your dog. To your dog that is growing up in a world where everything is a snack, if available, the risk they may come across something that is unfit for their consumption is high. Of course, you can train your dog to stay away from certain  Read More…

How to Calm Your Dog Down April 22nd, 2017

How to Calm Your Dog Down

If you own a hyperactive dog, you already know how even the simplest of tasks can become frustrating to deal with. Forget taking him to the park for a walk because he will just end up jumping on everyone. However, how about obedience class? Nope, he is excessively hyper and will only scare other dogs.  Read More…

Is Your Dog Lethargic? April 20th, 2017

Is Your Dog Lethargic?

Weakness and lethargy are vague but common symptoms of illness in dogs. And a number of factors, some quite serious, can make your dog lethargic or weak. The average dog sleeps for more than 10 hours a day, which means you may find him dozing off multiple times over the course of a day. Sometimes,  Read More…

5 Signs That Your Dog Is Sick April 18th, 2017

5 Signs That Your Dog Is Sick

A dog’s health also deteriorates with age and other external factors, such as the weather, food, and the environment. Unfortunately, like humans, dogs can’t really express their pain or discomfort except through physical symptoms and behavioral changes. There is a wide variety of dog illnesses, some unusual and some common. Even though a majority of  Read More…

The Emotional And Mental Health Benefits Of An ESA Pet March 14th, 2017

The Emotional And Mental Health Benefits Of An ESA Pet

An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) is a companion pet that offers benefits to an individual with a disability. To qualify for an ESA, pet owners need an official letter from a licensed mental health professional and have a verifiable disability. Individuals must meet the federal definition of disability. ESA are typically dogs, but can sometimes  Read More…

Keeping Your Emotional Support Dog Healthy During The Winter February 21st, 2017

Keeping Your Emotional Support Dog Healthy During The Winter

Unless you live in a balmier region, you must have felt the cold chill of winter arrive. While you may find winters to be a pure nuisance, others might see it as a jolly time full of fun activities like skiing and snowboarding. Regardless of your viewpoint on winters, one thing that stays the same  Read More…

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