My dog a Labrador and German Shepherd mix was recently diagnosed with an aggressive cancer (if you are interested in the story read the post). The experience made me realize it would have been good to know what kind of health concerns could affect my dog much earlier. It would […]
In a recent blog post about the “5 Lessons Learned from Taking My Dog to the Emergency Room,” I discussed the importance of health insurance for dogs especially during emergency […]
Wags n’ Wiskers and Adopting Dogs Recently attended Wags n’ Whiskers, a community-oriented event for animal-lover s in Virginia. We strolled along with our trusty dog and visited many of […]
My dog a 10 year old lab and shepherd mix (see last post on dog breeds) has been in good health all his life. Recently after a weekend hiking trip, […]
10 Most Trainable Dog Breeds…Where Does Your Dog Rank?
In the last two posts, we covered what foods you shouldn’t feed your dog and the potential of grain free diets causing heart issues. So with all that said, what […]
Contrary to what you hear…grain free dog food may not be the healthiest choice for your beloved dog. I found this out recently when I got an alert from my […]
When you’re having dinner or a quick snack and your faithful canine companion stares back at you with those sweet, “please feed me” eyes, it’s not easy to resist the […]