Advertisements The past few years have seen a significant increase in both the essential oils and the CBD markets. While homeopathy has been in existence for a long time, it wasn’t until more recent years that formal studies have been … Continue reading CBD Oil for Dogs
Advertisements It’s no surprise that this sleek, strong breed got its start as a guard dog. Originating in the late nineteenth century in Germany, the Doberman Pinscher was developed for speed, agility, loyalty, and strength. These traits are still seen … Continue reading All About: Doberman Pinschers
Advertisements Onions and Garlic Onions and garlic are a part of the Allium family (including chives and leeks, too) and can be fatal to dogs. They can cause anemia by killing red blood cells, and the symptoms sometimes take time … Continue reading Don’t Let Your Dog Eat That!
Advertisements Grooming and Bathing Grooming is very important in keeping a dog’s coat and skin healthy. A good, full brushing can remove dead skin cells, a shedding undercoat, and some parasites if they are present. In general, a dog will … Continue reading Canine Coat Health
Advertisements The Great Dane originated in Germany as a cross between the English Mastiff, the Greyhound, and the Irish Wolfhound. The result was a tall, sleek dog that went on to become famous around the world. An imposing physique allowed … Continue reading All About: Great Danes
Advertisements As humans, we understand the importance of brushing twice a day and visiting the dentist twice a year for checkups. We also floss, use mouth wash, and occasionally pop breath mints. Our oral health depends on our hygiene habits. … Continue reading Canine Dental Health
Advertisements Mischievous and playful, Boxers make wonderful additions to any family. They are highly intelligent and active with their families, but can be possessive and protective if necessary towards strangers. Since their beginning, Boxers have been working dogs. They are … Continue reading All About: Boxers
Like humans, dogs can go through phases of life including depression. It’s important to avoid letting your dog get to this point, but there are symptoms that all owners should watch out for. Continue reading Is Your Dog Depressed?