5 Ways to Help Your Dog Live a Longer, Happier Life

Article by Amy Sinatra Ayers | Found on VetStreet

We all wish our dogs could live forever. Luckily, there are some easy things you can do to give your beloved pup the best chance at a long and healthy life. We’re sharing the best ways to help protect your dog’s well-being, from exercising his . . . → Read More: 5 Ways to Help Your Dog Live a Longer, Happier Life

How to Communicate With a Deaf Pet

Article by Mikkel Becker | Found on GreyMuzzle.org

One of the greatest challenges for an aging dog is hearing loss. Just because your pet may be losing his hearing, however, doesn’t mean he can’t continue to be a fully functioning member of your household. It simply takes a little creativity and training to bridge . . . → Read More: How to Communicate With a Deaf Pet

The Top 10 Signs Your Dog May Be Sick (and What You Can Do About It)

Article Found on PetHealthNetwork

Overview As is the case with people, a dog’s health changes with age. Unfortunately, our pets age much faster than we do.

Symptoms Regardless of your dog’s age, you play a key role in helping her combat illness and remain as healthy as possible. Remember, your dog cannot describe symptoms . . . → Read More: The Top 10 Signs Your Dog May Be Sick (and What You Can Do About It)

7 Tips to Keeping Your Dog Happy and Healthy

Article Found on PRNewsWire.com

Dogs are man’s best friend, so it’s no surprise that in the United States there are nearly 80 million dogs as household pets – that’s about one dog for every four people. One of the easiest ways to keep your pup happy and healthy is through a mix of the . . . → Read More: 7 Tips to Keeping Your Dog Happy and Healthy

Shear Madness — Summer Grooming and Sun Safety for Dogs

Article By David F. Kramer | Found on Pet MD

Summer is finally here. Time for swimming, vacations, barbecues, day trips, and, perhaps best of all, lazy days spent in the sun doing practically nothing but turning over every hour or so to keep your tan even.

For pet parents, it’s even more fun . . . → Read More: Shear Madness — Summer Grooming and Sun Safety for Dogs

New Pet? Pet-Proof Your Home

Article by Anne L. Fritz | Found on EverydayHealth.com

A new pet is more than an adorable bundle of fur; it’s also a big responsibility. That pesky puppy or curious kitten can find lots of ways to get into trouble, and — contrary to popular opinion — pets don’t always intuitively know what can . . . → Read More: New Pet? Pet-Proof Your Home

Integrating a Younger Pet With an Older Pet

Article by Dr. Mary Becker DVM | Found on VetStreet

You have puppy or kitten fever, but you live with a senior pet. Should you get a new animal? We often have the idea that a younger pet will revitalize an older one, but is that really true?

I have found over and over . . . → Read More: Integrating a Younger Pet With an Older Pet

Combating Cat Car Sickness

Article by Dr. Nancy Kay, DVM, DACVIM | Found on Pet Health Network

Dogs and humans aren’t the only ones who can suffer from car sickness or motion sickness. Cats can also develop gastrointestinal distress while traveling in the car, and for some, traveling by air or boat can induce the same reaction.

Symptoms . . . → Read More: Combating Cat Car Sickness

Your Dog’s Gums: Problems to Watch For

Article By Teresa Traverse | Found on PetMD

Gums can be an often-overlooked part of a dog’s mouth, but they’re just as important to keep clean and healthy as your dog’s teeth. Below, learn more about what color your dog’s gums should be, gum problem to look out for and how to help your . . . → Read More: Your Dog’s Gums: Problems to Watch For

How to Bring Your Dog to Work

By Nicole Pajer | Article Featured on Cesars Way

More companies are starting to allow employees to take their dogs to work with them. Having your dog in your workplace has been shown to boost morale, increase productivity, and keep workers motivated. In addition, it provides employees with a reason to step away from . . . → Read More: How to Bring Your Dog to Work