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  • 6 Alternative Treatment Options For Senior Dogs


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    6 Alternative Treatment Options For Senior Dogs

    When it comes to managing health conditions, alternative treatment options for senior dogs can be particularly beneficial. As pet parents, we do everything we can to make sure that our dogs’ senior years are as comfortable as possible. Sometimes that means dietary changes, sometimes it means medications, sometimes it means supplements, and sometimes it means […]

  • Can Dogs Drink Milk?

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    Can Dogs Drink Milk?

    Can Dogs Drink Milk? It’s a common question among dog owners and the most frequent answer is “No, dog’s are lactose intolerant!” But is that really the case? So, today I want to talk about dogs, milk, and lactose intolerance. Is what you know really true or are you believing a lie? Can Dogs Drink […]

  • How to Approach Someone With a Dog

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    How to Approach Someone With a Dog

    Something that I struggle with as the owner of an anxious dog is individuals who aren’t familiar with the proper etiquette of how to approach someone with a dog. Jet is a nervous dog. He is also a senior dog with poor eyesight. That means that when strangers come barrelling towards him, he becomes fearful. […]

  • 4 Studies That Prove Your Dog Is Awesome

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    4 Studies That Prove That Your Dog is Awesome!

    Lately, I’ve been reading far too many academic publications and research studies. In addition to neuropsychology, many of these articles have pertained to canine behavior and comprehension. Now, I know that not everyone is as intrigued by this type of read as I am, but today I want to share with you 4 studies from this month […]

  • 4 Dog Training Products We Hate and Why

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    4 Dog Training Products We Hate And Why

    Today I want to talk about something important – dog training products we hate. Why is this important? There are a million and one training products out there for dogs and as your dog’s owner, it’s up to you to find training products that work and that facilitate your dog’s success. While there are many […]

  • Owning a Senior Dog

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    Commonly Asked Questions About Owning a Senior Dog

    When people talk about adopting a new dog, they rarely talk about owning a senior dog. This lack of discussion is likely one reason why there are so many questions about senior dog ownership. As someone who champions senior dogs, I thought that today I would address some of the most commonly asked questions about […]

  • 10 Signs That Your Dog May Be Losing Their Sight

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    6 Signs That Your Dog May Be Losing Their Sight

    When Jet was around twelve-years-old his eyes started to get cloudy. Now, cloudiness in the eyes isn’t necessarily a sign that your dog may be losing their sight, but it is a sign of aging which brings with it the possibility of diminished sight. Frequently dog owners confuse clouding of the eyes, called nuclear sclerosis, with […]

  • Urine Burn and Your Senior Dog


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    Urine Burn and Your Senior Dog

    When it comes to urine burn and your senior dog there is much more to think about than the grass in your yard. What do I mean? As your dog gets older they may experience urinary incontinence. They may also experience backend weakness which causes your dog to inadvertently urinate on their feet. Why does […]

  • What is an Emotional Support Dog?

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    What Is An Emotional Support Dog?

    An emotional support dog provides an invaluable service to their owner. Unfortunately, there is a lot of confusion over what emotional support dogs are and how they differ from other dogs providing services to their handlers or owners. So today, I want to try to clear some of that confusion up to give you a better […]