My interview with Dr. Laurie S. Coger, a veterinarian and Australian shepherd breeder who has fed her dogs raw dog food for 20 years.
There are plenty of good reasons people may choose not to spay or neuter a dog. Two dog owners share their reasons.
Is Frontline bad for dogs and cats? Should we be using chemical, spot-on flea prevention products? In this post, I explain why I continue to use them.
This is my review of the Emmi-pet. The Emmi-pet is an ultrasound toothbrush for dogs and cats. Read more to learn how you can win a free Emmi-pet for your dog or cat.
Petnostics is an app to help you check your dog or cat’s health using a urinalysis cup. If you could monitor your pet’s health at home, would you?
Most dogs don’t need a fenced yard. If you hope to adopt a dog, you don’t have to get a house and a yard first.
I asked Veterinarian Tom Watson to share his expertise on running with senior dogs.
If your dog’s vet has recommended a dental cleaning for your dog and it’s something you may have difficulty affording, here are some questions to ask.
Instead of lecturing you on brushing your dog’s teeth, I thought I’d suggest a few alternatives to tooth brushing. These do not necessarily replace the benefits of daily brushing, but they are better than nothing.
Is spaying/neutering the healthiest choice for my dog? I never used to question the practice of spaying/neutering dogs and cats. My dog Ace was neutered before I adopted him, and I had my cats neutered because I thought that’s just what you’re supposed to do. I also knew it would likely decrease unwanted behaviors such …