Entries by EntirelyPets

Azodyl for Dogs

When we talk about our pets, there’s no doubt we feel the ethereal love and compassion we inevitably carry. As natural parents, dogs are like the children we’ll never be able to communicate with, but it doesn’t mean we can’t learn to understand them. As time goes by, we start to comprehend when they are feeling ecstatic, happy or blue. Eventually, we develop a sixth sense that tells us when things are not okay. read more read more

10 Tips for Hiking with Your Dog

Hiking is a great way to shake off stress out your system and get yourself a good workout. But when your dog tags along, your outdoor experience gets even better!

Dogs are the perfect hiking partners because they are actually more excited to get out in the woods than you are. They love to climb on boulders, leap over brooks, run up a dirt trail, and gain a new battery of smells and sights. Witnessing your dog’s energy and sheer enjoyment directs you away from the physical exertion involved in hiking. It only motivates you to go farther! Not to mention the breathtaking sceneries you’ll see along the way. read more read more

Conversation with Daisy Pt. 4

These are actual conversations I have with our 1.5-year-old English Shepherd, Daisy. Note, I am interpreting Daisy’s barks, expressions, and intonation. But these are all true!

Work…

(Daisy walks under my desk and puts her head on my lap) read more

Doggy Poop: Treating Upset Stomach and Digestive Issues

I’m sure you already had an upset stomach before. The first thing you probably tried was some ginger ale, or cracker, or maybe Pepto-Bismol to settle down your tummy. But do you know what the best thing to do when your furry friend is suffering from some digestive issues is? As a dog owner, I understand when doggie is experiencing an upset tummy, he will naturally start to eat grass. For us, humans, it may seem like abnormal behavior, and we may wonder what is so delicious about that grass, but for dogs, it can reduce discomfort when the tummy is feeling sick. read more read more

The 5 Best Nail Clippers for Dogs

Just like human beings, dogs also need to have their nails trimmed on a regular basis to help prevent them from growing long. In order to achieve this from home, you will have to purchase a pair of long nail clippers. However, you will need to have some knowledge on canine nail clippers in order to be in a position of finding the best clippers for your dog. You also have to know how to trim the dogs nails without distressing or hurting her. read more read more

Top 10 Pet-Friendly Vacation Destinations

Traveling with your dog is definitely a satisfying thing to do, but it requires some planning beforehand as well as thought through choices of your vacation destinations, ways of travel, etc. While booking a pet-friendly hotel might seem like enough to enjoy your time away with your pooch, it can get quite frustrating to discover that your pup isn’t welcome in most places you’d like to visit. read more read more

Best Breed of Cars for your Model of Dog

Take a long, hard look at your dog’s face. Remember it. Now, go out and look your car straight in the grill. Go down on all fours or kneel, it doesn’t matter. Let it register.

What do you see?

Chances are, you’ll see yourself (or a close resemblance, anyway) looking back at you. Coincidence? Not exactly. read more read more

6 Types of Cancer in Dogs

Most likely the first animals to be domesticated by early man, dogs haven’t been dubbed “man’s best friend” for no reason. Hundreds of millions of households around the world share their home with at least one dog. In addition to that, countless millions of canines are considered “free-range,” meaning they roam streets and neighborhoods around the world. read more read more

The Ultimate Pet First Aid Kit

Taking your pet regularly to the vet is praiseworthy; as you are responsibly taking care of your furry (or winged/scaled) friend. However, we are not always able to instantly take our pet to the doctor’s office once an incident occurs. There are so many things one could do to help the animal in the meantime. Also, there are plenty of situations that you can resolve on your own, without expert help; you’ll just need some professional equipment. To this end, and without further ado, here is a list of all the essentials for your pet first aid kit. read more read more