Your Dog’s Risk For Creepy Mouth-Burrowing Beetles Increases In Winter

Your Dog’s Risk For Creepy Mouth-Burrowing Beetles Increases In Winter

Advertisement They may resemble innocent ladybugs, but Asian lady beetles have several significant differences. They vary in color, have more spots, and are far more aggressive than the ladybugs we know and love. According to experts, their powerful survival instincts may even make them a risk to your dog. Asian lady beetles search for warm, humid locations to ride out the winter. And every now and then, they seek refuge inside a dog’s mouth. “Humidity is their normal environment,” Mikal Shamsi of Pest Police told the Houston Chronicle. “They latch onto the roofs of…continue reading →
Improve Your Dog’s Health And Get To Know Him Better Than Ever With Animo!

Improve Your Dog’s Health And Get To Know Him Better Than Ever With Animo!

The fitness tech game is continually changing the way many of us exercise, eat, and live. Being able to track our activity gives us an edge when it comes to our health and wellness, granting us the ability to tackle health goals and take better care of ourselves. With that being said, it’s about time there was a way for us to offer this powerful insight into the lives of our four-legged best friends! Tech trackers have the ability to grant us health and wellness like never before, our dogs should be able…continue reading →
The Healthiest Food Will Bring Your Pet A Thriving Life

The Healthiest Food Will Bring Your Pet A Thriving Life

What do you say when people ask you how your dog is doing? Do you shrug your shoulders and say “fine”? Or do you tell your friends and family that your dog is overjoyed, on top of the world, honest-to-goodness thriving?   Some people may be okay with knowing their dogs are doing “fine,” but others know that our dogs are capable of being so much more than just “fine” and won’t settle for less. How do you take your dog from fine to thrive? Start with his bowl. NomNomNow knows that so…continue reading →
Air-Conditioned Dog Houses Let Your Pup Go Where You Go

Air-Conditioned Dog Houses Let Your Pup Go Where You Go

Advertisement A Brooklyn-based business created by a loving dog mom is being compared to successful ventures like Uber and Airbnb. Chelsea Brownridge came up with the idea for DogSpot while living through the dog days of summer in New York with her rescue pooch, Winston. “He has a ton of energy so to get him out of the house on as many walks as possible was really important,” she said. “I started to realize how many times he couldn’t come with me outside because I’d just be going to a store or restaurant for…continue reading →
Here’s What To Do When You See A Dog In A Hot Car

Here’s What To Do When You See A Dog In A Hot Car

Advertisement Every summer, dog owners say things like, “I’ll only be a minute,” and, “It’s okay as long as the window is cracked.” They go on to leave their pets trapped in their vehicles while the temperature climbs. When it’s 78 degrees outside, the temperature inside a parked car can surpass 100 degrees in a matter of minutes. On really hot days, interior car temperatures are well over 110 degrees. Thousands of dogs a year suffer from heat stroke, and many die, because their owners don’t fully understand the dangers of a hot…continue reading →
7 Things In Your Backyard That Could Be Deadly For Dogs

7 Things In Your Backyard That Could Be Deadly For Dogs

Advertisement Your backyard is where your dog is free to run around and soak up the sun, but it’s your job to make sure that happy place doesn’t end up being a dangerous place. You’ll need to look at your yard with a critical eye to spot the things that might get a curious sniffer or mischievous mind into trouble. Most of the things on this list are everyday items you probably have in your yard right now. They’re safe when stored properly, but they also pose specific risks to dogs. To keep…continue reading →

Scientists Study YouTube Videos To Discover The Lesser Known Triggers For Dog Bite

Advertisement Common reasons dogs snap at humans include fear, pain and resource guarding. Recently, a team of researchers from the University of Liverpool set out to discover the lesser understood triggers for dog bites by analyzing 143 YouTube videos showing 362 real bites. Dog bites are a global health problem causing physical, mental, and financial strain to individuals, health care systems, and businesses. They also affect canine welfare, as many dogs are relinquished to shelters or euthanized for biting, even when the incident was prompted by human behavior. Exploring the reasons why dogs bite is…continue reading →

How To Safely Travel By Airplane With Your Pet

Advertisement With heartbreaking stories of pets dying during airline travel filling the headlines, you may wonder if this mode of transport is safe for your furry friends. Kitty Block, CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, says flying with dogs and cats should always be a last resort. If airline travel is unavoidable, knowing your rights, options, and the risks your pets may face will help empower you to advocate for their safety. According to the Department of Transportation, United Airlines has reported the most animal deaths of all U.S. airlines…continue reading →

How To Help Your Dog Through A Seizure

Advertisement Whether your dog has a diagnosed seizure disorder or is experiencing an episode for the first time, it can be difficult to keep your wits about you. In fact, owners often end up doing more harm than good when trying to help their dog through a seizure. Dr. Pippa Elliott, a veterinarian with 30 years experience, shared her basic rules for protecting your dog and minimizing the effects of a seizure. Related Post: The 5 Things You Need To Know About Seizures In Dogs Keep the Dog Safe Above all else, it…continue reading →