If your dog is prone to separation anxiety or is not used to being left alone, there are steps you can take to help them be more comfortable.
Category: Health and Wellness
There are times when we can’t get our dogs out and about as much as we would like. Check out our suggestions for tiring your dog out while you are at home.
Holidays can be a challenging time for your dog. There is increased activity, lots of food around, and they may not be getting as much attention. We have compiled some tips to help you make sure your dog enjoys the holiday season.
Hot spots in dogs are a warm, sore, infected spot on a dog’s skin. They usually appear quite suddenly and are painful and extremely itchy for the dog. In many cases, you can treat them at home, but they can escalate and require the help of a veterinarian.
What happens during the first vet visit? Learn about what to expect, how to prepare, what to bring, important questions to ask and your schedule for future visits.
Halloween can be a very stressful time for your dog; firecrackers, people in scary costumes, kids repeatedly knocking at your door, the risk of getting into some toxic candy (to dogs). Luckily there are some things you can do to make sure this fall favourite is fun for everyone in your family – including the dog!