When a human comes into contact with poison ivy, they know it without a doubt. But does the same go for dogs? Can dogs get poison ivy like their human counterparts? Surprisingly, most dogs feel little to no irritation when they are exposed. However, some dogs can suffer a great deal after coming into contact with the plant’s oils, especially if they get on a dog’s skin.Read More
If reading this article, you’re likely worried your dog is in pain and want to help. Let’s discuss ways to treat them ASAP.
The tricky part is that our canine friends cannot share or describe the pain. However, owners can:
Be aware of the signs of pain in dogs
Consult with a certified vet professional
Look at alternative treatments and medicinesRead More
Just like people, dogs age. As they age, they can suffer from a variety of diseases and health issues. A common disease that many dogs suffer from is Arthritis. Although there are many different types of the disease, the most prevalent form of arthritis in dogs is osteoarthritis, or degenerative joint disease.Read More
Ticks are tiny little critters that can cause big problems. Your pet can be bitten by a tick without ever realizing what had happened. Depending on the type of tick, these bites can be potentially serious if left untreated. This article will cover how to spot a tick bite, tick removal, symptoms of a tick bite, how to treat tick bites on dogs, and prevention.Read More
The results seem to be in …. And just as CBD has helped humans, your dog can reap the same health-boosting (and even life-saving) benefits.
Let’s look at the some things you might not know about this often misunderstood herb and the research that shows its promise in helping dogs with a variety of common health issues …Read More
Witnessing your pet experience a seizure can be downright terrifying. For some animals, this could be a one-time experience, however, in most cases, seizure recur and could even happen on a regular basis. It’s important to remember that seizures can happen unexpectedly with any breed and at any age. With this said, it’s important to be prepared and learn the best ways to react in order to help your pet properly recover. In those very scary moments, you may feel like a helpless observer, but please remember that you are far from it!Read More
Anxiety Is Not Just A Human Condition! - Humans are not the only species that get stressed out from dogs, cats, and birds many animals are very prone to our stress levels and can even pick up on the stress that we exhibit form our lives. You may not even realize that your furry friend may be just as stressed out as you or even more, but unlike us humans who may find all we need is a night out with friends to relieve stress dogs may need specific care to help them cope with their own specific breed of stress.Read More
Having nausea and vomiting can be devastating to your pet. Unfortunately, our pets cannot tell us when they are sick. As human beings, we can communicate with our physician when we are feeling nauseous. However, our dogs cannot tell us when they are sick at their stomach. Since our precious pets cannot tell us when they are sick, we as pet owners need to know all the signs so you will know what to look for when your dog is feeling nauseous.Read More
Since CBD has become popular for both human and animal use, there are a variety of products on the market. You can get your dog CBD dog products at your local pet store, online or through your vet, if he has a holistic approach to his practice.Read More
Not all CBD oils are the same … you’ll want a high quality CBD oil that works, so here are a few things to look for:
Make sure the product is organic: If it isn’t organic, your CBD oil contains pesticides, fungicides or solvents.Read More