Table Scraps Do’s & Don’ts For Dogs

At holiday times there are often enticing and bountiful meals, with lots of leftovers. Can your dog share in more than the delicious aromas? That depends – but certainly whatever you share should be about the experience they’ll have of … Continue reading

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Saturday Survey: Dogs in the Workplace

Earlier today, I posted some considerations about whether or not employers should allow dogs to come to work with employees. Has the situation come up at your workplace? How was it handled? Until next time, Good day, and good dog! … Continue reading

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Salute to Old Dogs on Giving Tuesday

Looking at my 10-year old Beagle, Penny, I have old dogs on my heart today. Since it’s Giving Tuesday, I would encourage you to donate your time and / or money to a shelter near you that serves old souls. … Continue reading

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Sudden Weight Loss in Dogs: Signs and Symptoms

Sudden weight loss in a dog that is not attributable to increased exercise or activity should be brought to the attention of your veterinarian. Some dogs do experience cyclical weight changes because they live in seasonal climates and are exercised … Continue reading

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Asthma Treatments for Dogs

Pet asthma is a medical condition that’s easy to diagnose in dogs and there are several different asthma treatments for dogs that can control the symptoms of this disease. Asthma in dogs is defined as the sudden narrowing of a … Continue reading

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Removing Ticks From Dogs

Removing ticks from your dog should be a priority as soon as you notice even one tick appearing on your dog’s skin. Many ticks can carry serious diseases like Lyme’s Disease. The types of environments where ticks are usually found … Continue reading

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Why Dogs Vomit Undigested Food

Dogs vomit undigested food occasionally and if this happens to your pet it shouldn’t be cause for alarm. It’s normal for dogs to vomit sometimes, but if the vomiting is accompanied by diarrhea or bloody stools, the dog should be … Continue reading

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Houston Astros Pitcher Lance McCullers Jr. Helps Dogs in Need

The 2017 World Series is underway, and while only time will tell whether The Los Angeles Dodgers or the Houston Astros will win the championship, one player has already won the admiration of animal… [[ This is a summary only. … Continue reading

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Our Top 3 Fall Activities with Dogs!

This post is sponsored by True Chews® Dog Treats and the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer Network™. I am being compensated to help share information about the True Chews line of all-natural dog treats, but… [[ This is a summary only. Click … Continue reading

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2018 Carolina Panthers Pet Calendar Helps Dogs in Need

Helping to tackle the problem of pet homelessness, the Carolina Panthers have teamed up with other stars of the sports world for a fundraising calendar that will be a real game changer for dogs and… [[ This is a summary … Continue reading

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