Care for your aging dog

When you make the important decision to bring a dog into your family, a dog’s health care is important. Puppies will need to go to the veterinarian for shots often during the first year.  As your puppy becomes an adult it will need routine vet check ups and booster shots. As your dog gets older,… Read More »

How to Clean Puppy: In-Between Bath Time Tips

When I bought my pug one of the questions I asked was. How often should I bath her? Over bathing puppies or adult dogs can lead to dried out skin or coat. Something having to, do with striping off your dog’s natural oils. Since my pug is a house dog, I give her a bath… Read More »

Dogs and Carpet: Simple Tips for Clean Carpets

We love our pets, but they do a number on our carpets and furniture. It seems like a never ending battle dealing with dog hair. We also have the extra challenge of keeping muddy paws and other stains at bay. Since they can’t wipe their feet or take off their shoes, we sometimes get dirt… Read More »

Choosing the Right Seattle Dog Boarding Facility

Vacation time—hurrah! But maybe it’s not a hurrah for your pet, if he’s going into boarding while you take it easy. Sadly, for many Seattle dog owners, it can be a challenge locating a safe, clean and healthy environment to leave your dog while you’re away. Before you check your pet into a boarding kennel,… Read More »

Dog diabetes: be aware of the danger.

Dogs, just like humans, often suffer from diabetes. The most comon dog diabetic diseases is mellitus, or ‘sugar diabetes’. Once a dog becomes 6 years old, it gets into the diabetes risk group. In fact several breed are more likely to get the disease: German Shepherds, Schnauzers, Golden Retrievers and Poodels. Dog diabetes is caused… Read More »

The Cost Of Adoption of A Shelter Dog

image courtesy of http://topdogblog1.blogspot.com We are all compassionate about homeless dogs kept in shelters and whenever we see an add calling for a dog adoption, most of us seriously consider doing it. Many people actually adopt a dog with best intentions, hoping to give it another chance and a new home. However, not everyone acknowledges… Read More »

The Danger of Heartworms In Dogs

Heartworms are one of the most common found parasites in canine population in United States. They can be very dangerous and stop your dog’s heart from functioning, and can lead to fatal cases if left untreated. In this article, we are going to briefly talk about what they are and preventive options. What are Heartworms?… Read More »

Biomat For Pets

A Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Mat for Pet Therapy For years, humans have been able to take advantage of pulsed electromagnetic field mats, and now the technology is available for pet therapy. A (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Mat) PEMF Mat, once reserved just for humans, is a portable mat that pulses electromagnetic fields. It then delivers negative… Read More »

Health Benefits of Cod Liver Oil for Dogs

Cod liver oil is really an all natural fish oil that supplies the omega 3 essential fatty acids, DHA and EPA, in addition to naturally occurring degrees of D and Vitamin A. The omega 3’s in cod liver oil helps maintain: joint health cardiovascular health skin and coat health visual development brain health energy generation… Read More »