How Old is Your Dog, Really?
Debunking the Myth of Dog Years Many of us are familiar with the concept that in terms of canine aging, one human year is the equivalent of seven dog years. However, this may just be another common dog myth. This miscalculated misconception has been around since the 1950s; it was...Read more
How to Groom Your Dog at Home
This past year has been full of adjusting to “new normal” of social distancing and safety protocols, and many of us have had to adopt a more DIY lifestyle. Maybe you’ve rocked one of the infamous quarantine haircuts, or perhaps you prefer to let your hair grow rogue. Either way,...Read more
How Strong is Your Dog’s Sense of Smell?
It’s a well known fact that dogs have a strong sense of smell, as evidenced by the frequent stop-and-sniff sessions during those daily walks. Dogs have even been recruited to use their impeccable sense of smell to do the jobs that humans are simply incapable of, such as drug-sniffing or...Read more
Are Dogs Really Colorblind?
When you look at your dog’s toy collection, you’ll likely find an assortment of colors. You’re also probably familiar with the claim that dogs are colorblind. Is it true that your pup can’t actually distinguish between a red and yellow fire hydrant? Does he notice the colors on his nice...Read more