Flea-Borne Typhus is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Rickettsia. The infection causes Murine Typhus, which is also known as Endemic Typhus. Read more to find out how to protect you and your dog.
You’re probably wondering about COVID-19 and whether your furry best friend can get it or transmit it? This article will explain what animal professionals and the CDC are saying about dogs and COVID-19.
What’s better than safe, natural, vegan, and non-GMO baked dog treats for your furry best friend? Keep reading to find out more about CBD treats for pets, how to use them, and why they are so popular today?
Dog owners are trying to rely more on holistic care for their furry friends, and have recently discovered the benefits of Turmeric use in dogs. In this article we’ll dive into the health benefits of Turmeric use in dogs, and how to make your own turmeric golden paste.
It isn’t always obvious when your dog is sick. Sometimes, they can hide their pain or discomfort very well, but blood in your dog’s urine is difficult to hide. But what could this mean for your dog? What should you do if you see blood in your dog’s urine?
You’ve probably read online or heard from somewhere that coconut oil has many health benefits for people and for their pets. What are some of these benefits? And how do you give coconut oil to your dog? This article will offer several easy treats to make for your special pup.
Did you know that dogs can flatulate (aka fart) just like humans can? If you have a dog and a strong sense of smell, then you are probably already aware of this fact. But how much gas is normal, and what are some things that can cause an increase in flatulence? When should you be concerned?
As a dog ages, they may also start to develop arthritis. This can be a very painful condition that you may need to start giving your dog joint supplements. This article will guide you as a dog owner on the need for a hemp product for your arthritic dog.
There are many ways that you can go about helping your dog with separation anxiety. Some of these are prescription medication that you can get from your vet, but there are also natural ways you can treat your dog who is suffering from separation anxiety.
Itchy animals will lick, chew, scratch, and shake themselves so often that it might keep both of you awake at night! In order to fix the itch, it is important to find the cause and remove it. Knowing the cause is the first step towards getting your dog some relief.
Fleas are really bad for a dog’s health and can infect an entire house if left untreated. However, for many dog owners they are unavoidable at least once in a dog’s life, so how do you get rid of fleas?
Just like us, dogs may have problems sleeping. This can lead to behavioral problems and reduced mental performance. This article can help you to find solutions that will help your dog sleep better at night.
Christmas time is filled with yummy treats and beautiful decor. While we love a festive home, it’s important to make sure your decorations are safe for every member of the family, including the furry ones.
Dogs typically age faster than humans do which means that is very important as an owner to keep up with their health. Ensuring they have the appropriate diet, weight, exercise and more could help keep them healthier longer.
If you take your puppy to go to the bathroom and you later find worms in the stool, then your puppy now needs to be dewormed. This article will explain all about deworming puppies and when you need to see your veterinarian.
CBD is becoming more and more common as people discover the number of benefits it can provide, not only for us but for our pets as well. This article provides veterinarian advice on the pro and cons of using CBD oil.