Download: A Free Checklist of Foods Not to Feed Your Dog

Dog Food Checklist

Read before you feed! This downloadable one page checklist highlights the foods you shouldn’t feed your dog. The infographic highlights nine categories of foods and the specific ones you should avoid to minimize any potential health issues. Print it out and post it on your fridge as a reminder.

Best Pet Insurance – Comprehensive Reviews for 2019

Pet Insurance Reviews

Compare the best pet insurance companies rated by LendEDU’s Editorial Team to make sure your pet is covered for future accidents or illnesses. LendEDU helps consumers learn about and compare financial products such as pet insurance. Please note the company may receive compensation from partners seen on their website, usually when a reader clicks to, applies for, or receives a financial product from a LendEDU partner.

Top 100 Dog Blogs Every Pet Lover Should Read

A comprehensive listing of the top 100 dog blogs every pet lover must read in 2019. The list includes a whole range of blogs on varying topics actively working to educate, inspire and empower readers with frequent updates and high-quality information. The blogs are ranked by relevancy, social engagement, domain authority, web traffic, freshness and social metrics. Best Dog Life is listed at # 157.

Get Started…Resources for Adopting a Dog operates the largest online pet adoption website serving all of North America. The website serves as an online, searchable database of animals who need homes.  The organization has helped more than 25 million pets find their families through adoption. It is also a directory of nearly 11,000 animal shelters and adoption organizations across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Organizations maintain their own home pages and available-pet databases.

5 Ways to Save on Vet Costs

Vet care can be one of the most expensive parts of owning a dog, accounting for more than 25% of the total annual costs. Most dog owners will experience at least one emergency during their dog’s life that will cost upwards of $2,000. Although it’s not possible to avoid vet costs completely, there are ways you can help keep the costs manageable while still ensuring that your dog is healthy and happy. Check out this guide from YourDogAdvisor on “5 ways to save on vet costs.