5 Dog Brain Training Ideas To Help Keep Your Pet Sharp
As your dog gets older, it’s natural for your pet to experience some cognitive decline. But, there is so much you can do to support your pet and his brain to help him age gracefully and stay sharp. In this post, we’re talking all about brain training and cognitive support...Read more
Thanksgiving Safety & Your Pets
Thanksgiving is a time to gather with loved ones, share favorite memories, and feast on holiday foods. As a pet owner, it’s only natural to want to include your furry, four-legged family member in the festivities! That being said, no one wants to spend their holiday (or any day, really)...Read more
Our Top 10 Dog Training Tips
Training your dog is absolutely necessary when it comes to establishing a sense of communication and control between you and your canine. If you invest enough time and energy into dog training early on, your daily life is bound to go more smoothly in the long run. While dog training...Read more
Advice From Dr. Lindsey: Oral Hygiene For Dogs
Authored by: Dr. Lindsey, DVM I’m sure your veterinarian has talked to you about the importance of dental health for your pet. I always get asked by pet owners if they actually need to brush their pet’s teeth, the answer is yes! Teeth brushing is the gold standard for preventative dental...Read more
Can Dogs Eat Cranberries?
If cranberry is a staple at your Thanksgiving feast or one of your favorite holiday sweet treats, you’re not alone! These tart berries are a favorite for many at this time of year. And you may be wondering—can dogs eat cranberries? In this post, we’ll discuss cranberries and whether or...Read more
Fall Foods That Are Safe To Share With Your Dog!
At the first sign of fall, it seems everything switches over to fall flavors which is part of what makes this time of year so special! From pumpkin pice lattes to gingerbread-flavored bread and everything in between, there are some distinct flavors associated with the fall season and all the...Read more
Advice From Dr. Lindsey: Helping Dogs Cope With Anxiety
Authored by: Dr. Lindsey, DVM According to a recent study in Finland, over 70% of dogs had anxiety type behaviors according to their owners. That’s a lot of anxious dogs! There are many different types of dog anxiety and even more causes of that anxiety. Dog behavioral problems can be complex...Read more
Dog Joint Issues: Causes, Signs, and Care
November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, a time to focus on helping our elderly furry friends find their forever homes. Dogs are typically considered to be seniors around age 7+, though this can vary depending on breed. As dogs grow from playful, energetic puppies to slower-moving seniors, they’re bound...Read more
Is Pet Insurance Worth It?
We all want the best for our pets. It’s relatively easy (and fun) to provide our furry friends with meals, exercise, and snuggles on a regular basis, but that’s not all that goes into quality pet care. We have to think about the not-so-fun stuff, too—in this case, pet insurance. ...Read more
Mushrooms for Dogs: What You Need to Know
If your pooch loves to explore using his tastebuds and sense of smell, you may find yourself wondering from time to time whether his tastebuds could get him in trouble—especially if the two of you like to spend time outdoors around wild plants. Dogs are omnivores, meaning they enjoy and...Read more