Fecal Incontinence and Your Dog

Fecal Incontinence and Your Dog: A Survival Guide Part II

In my last post, I talked about fecal incontinence and your dog and how you can prepare with the right supplies. Supplies make coping easier, but they are certainly not all you need in your arsenal as you set out…
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Fecal Incontinence in Dogs

Fecal Incontinence and Your Dog: A Survival Guide

It was just over a year ago that Jet began experiencing fecal incontinence. The first time it happened was when he had an intestinal bug. At the time, we put his incontinence down to the bug and didn't think much…
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Talk to Your Senior Dog

5 Things You Can Do to Help with Your Dog’s Failing Eyesight

There are numerous things that can impact your dog's eyesight, most notably, age. As your senior dog gets older, you may notice that they begin to stumble or move uncertainly in areas where they were once more confident. As Jet…
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When Does My Dog Need a Coat?

When Does My Dog Need a Coat?

When does my dog need a coat? It's a question I've not heard enough this winter because too few people understand that it's not just small dogs that benefit from winter clothing. First, let me preface by saying that I…
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Travel At Night

5 Tips to Make Traveling with Your Dog Easier This Holiday Season

We are just over a week away from Christmas. If you're like many dog owners, this means traveling with your dog in the next few days.   I hate traveling. Don't get me wrong, I love being at my destination,…
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Happy Dog

Reading Dog Body Language: Positive Dog Body Language and “Normal” Behavioral Cues

In the first installment of this series on reading dog body language, I posted about the importance of understanding the behavioral cues that our dogs use to communicate with us. I then covered some of the stress related behavioral cues…
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