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A Lethargic Dog Is An Unhappy Dog April 20th, 2017

A Lethargic Dog Is An Unhappy Dog

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…

Common Signs That Your Dog May Be Sick April 18th, 2017

Common Signs That Your Dog May Be 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…

Tips To Alleviate Social Anxiety March 31st, 2017

Tips To Alleviate Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety is one of the many forms of anxiety that a person can experience. Social anxiety is the feeling of worry or fear that center around our interactions with others. When in these interactions, feelings of being judged negatively or looked down upon by our peers tend to creep in. Most times, these feelings  Read More…

How You Can Benefit From Pet Therapy March 29th, 2017

How You Can Benefit From Pet Therapy

Spending time with your pet has been known to offer several mental, physical and emotional benefits, which can improve your quality of life. Animal-assisted therapy can significantly reduce fatigue, anxiety and depression including a range of different health problems. Pet therapy is a form of guided interaction between a trained animal and a person. This  Read More…

Top Misconceptions Regarding Pet Therapy March 27th, 2017

Top Misconceptions Regarding Pet Therapy

Pet therapy includes a range of animal assisted activities and therapies to offer comfort and emotional support to the patient. Pet therapy is a growing field that is now helping individuals recover or better cope with health conditions, such as cancer, mental health problems and heart diseases. The type of animal is selected typically depending  Read More…