Hello, my name’s Sara, and I am the proud mum of Bailey, who is – at least to me – the most adorable Labrador in the world. I also write doggie articles for OfficiallyPets, which you may want to check out. While Bailey goes almost everywhere with me, he has yet to come away on […]
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We humans say that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But what keeps the vet away? When it comes to our pet’s food, we restrict our pet’s diet to kibbles, canned meat and other forms of packaged dog food. But, did you know that the fruits and veggies we eat can be good […]
These days are rife with different ways that people can be distracted as they drive. There are classic distractions like eating a burger, drinking a coffee, or changing the radio dial. However, on top of that, our driving experience has become complicated by new technologies like using a GPS to navigate or making a phone […]
Not only humans but also dogs can suffer from a heart attack. Their risk factors of it, however, are not related to smoking and a poor lifestyle. The most common form in dogs is called valvular disease, affecting 5+ years old small breed dogs. This disease makes up for up to 75% of heart disease […]
Over half of Americans wear an activity tracker like a Fitbit at least daily. It’s common knowledge that people love their dogs and treat them as part of the family, so it’s no surprise that owners are getting their dogs involved in the trend. Activity trackers for dogs are becoming more popular, tracking how much […]
When you have a pet, it’s essential to have an outdoor area. They can roam freely and enjoy the outdoors while still in a safe zone. It will bring them some exercise and fresh air which will help them to show good behavior and to stay healthy. After all, it’s so essential for your pet […]
Making the choice to welcome a dog into your life is a big step. Doing so requires that you’ll tackle all aspects of care for them, including food, water, shelter, companionship, protection, and more. Perhaps one of the more difficult ways you need to take care of your dog is training them. Depending on their […]
Canine periodontal disease is a condition that affects a dog’s gums, rather than originating in the teeth themselves. Periodontal disease has 4 stages…
Fish oils for dogs are an excellent source of protein and low in fat, which makes them an ally when it comes to maintaining the health status of your dog.
There are very few things in life that give me as much comfort and joy as my dogs. The same could be said for my practice of yoga.