7 Ways to Care for Your Dogs Dental Health

Dogs and pets, in general, are essential to us for sentimental and emotional reasons and losing a pet could be disastrous. Here are 7 ways for better teeth.

Safety, Dosage, and Benefits of Melatonin for Dogs

When consumed in a safe manner, melatonin can provide your dog with the relief they need. Melatonin helps dogs live more relaxed, and stress-free lives.

7 Reasons for Rapid Hair Loss in Pets

Hair loss is one of the most common reasons pet parents take their dogs and cats to the veterinarian. Often pets that have rapid hair loss also have other, more worrisome problems like scratching and licking. You may also notice a new odor emanating from your furry friend. There are many causes for these skin problems that cause hair loss. read more

Does Your Dog Have a Yeast Infection?

Yeasts are microscopic fungal organisms. When the immune system becomes compromised and stressed, there is an overgrowth of yeast.

Origin, Treatment, and Risks of Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is an awful condition that no-one's beloved pets should ever experience. Lyme disease has multiple symptoms, varying for animals to humans.

Dog Leaking Urine Involuntarily – What You Need to know

Urinary incontinence is when a house trained canine starts to leak urine involuntarily. Leakage happens when your pup feels relaxed.

The Health Benefits of Bananas for Dogs

Can bananas be fed to your pet? Are bananas safe for dogs? It's essential to learn about the health benefits behind this tasty snack!

Chocolate Poisoning in Dogs – What You Need to Know

The discussion on chocolate poisoning in dogs has been around for years. Here is some helpful information regarding the dogs vs. chocolate topic.

Managing Eye Discharge (Mucus) in Dogs and Cats

By observing your pet's behavior as it can tell you a lot of things. It is also important that you visit the vet before you go with any home remedies.

Everything You Need to Know About Kennel Cough

Kennel cough is an extremely common condition, but it's usually very mild and will resolve on its own. Your dog may exhibit certain cold-like symptoms.