When There is No Cure

When There is No Cure

When Helen Anne Gately first set eyes on Aisha, she was immediately drawn in by her wise, knowing...

All Bark and No Bite

All Bark and No Bite

Dog’s bark. It’s what they do. They bark to get your attention. They bark because they’ve heard...

Caring for a Senior Dog

Caring for a Senior Dog

My wish is that every pet parent is lucky enough to someday have to face the issue of senior canine...

Kidding Around

Kidding Around

Like Travis and Old Yeller, Lassie and Timmy, Rusty and Rin Tin Tin, and even Lassie and Elizabeth...

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    Caring for a Senior Dog

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    Kidding Around

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Wellness + Behavior

Wellness + Behavior

Confident Canines

Written by Deborah Rosen | Photo by David Henkes
How many times have you met a dog that pees when you say hello or cowers, shivers or backs away when approached? The ears go down, the tail curls underneath, the dog might roll over onto its back or it may look as if it’s done something wrong.

Pet First Aid

Written by VCA Animal Hospitals | Photo by J. Nichole Smith
When a pet gets injured or stops breathing, it can be a stressful and frightening situation. It’s crucial for all pet owners to have a basic understanding of common veterinary medical emergencies and basic first aid to help their pet in an emergency.

All Bark and No Bite

Written by Deborah Rosen
Dog’s bark. It’s what they do. They bark to get your attention. They bark because they’ve heard something and want to let you and, apparently, everyone else know. They also bark to guard their houses and fenced yards. Some dogs, (not unlike people) bark just to hear the sound of their own voices.

Caring for a Senior Dog

Written by Nadine M. Rosin | Photo by Rondi Lightmark
My wish is that every pet parent is lucky enough to someday have to face the issue of senior canine care. When my own dog, Buttons, was diagnosed with cancer at the age of eight, the vet referred to her as a senior dog.
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