Most Americans don’t know their dog is overweight. One of the frequent myths perpetuated around canine obesity is that some dog breeds are just fat; there’s no way to prevent obesity for those dogs.
It’s easy to pamper your dog, and as a pet parent, that face is almost impossible to resist. But giving your pet endless snacks and treats isn’t necessarily giving him the love he needs in the long run.
Sure, fat-cat memes are funny on the internet, but it’s heartbreaking in real life watching a cat struggle to get up. Cat obesity is no joke and can cause serious harm to your beloved feline.
Every dog owner wishes their dog could talk. We want to know what is going on in their minds, and we often wonder what they would tell us if they could.
From a holistic standpoint and according to expert Gregory Tilford in Herbs for Pets, “the holistic herbalist looks beyond the symptoms of disease to identify and correct their underlying causes.
Is your dog is lunging and pulling at the end of his leash and acting aggressive or reactive towards other dogs? Dog reactivity, or over reactive dogs, can be a serious problem. Besides training, diet might be an issue.
Most vets I’ve asked about eating grass – say generally speaking it’s OK if our dogs eat a little bit of grass. Today on a hike, Walter couldn’t get enough of it so I thought I’d look at some articles to see what folks are saying across the board.
Diatomaceous earth is the fossilized remains of marine plants; when we use it, it’s a fine, white powder. Many people are familiar with the use of diatomaceous earth (DE) as a natural flea killer.
The immune system is an intricate biological protection system responsible for determining what belongs to and in the body versus what does not belong and requires elimination.