Canine Arthritis And Your Dog's Best Defence—Weight Loss

Category: Health
Joint problems are not uncommon in dogs, especially those of older age. From playing fetch to jumping on the couch, canines may experience joint pain that can result from underlying joint conditions, such as osteoarthritis. Dr. Brad Bennett, lecturer at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, explained the types of arthritis as well as the development of the disease. more
Father's Day

9 Ways To Celebrate Dad This Father's Day

Category: Dog Life
Got a proud dog daddy at home? He works hard taking care of the furry (and not so furry) loved ones in your household. To help you show your appreciation we've selected some gifts for him and his cool dog. Toys, gear, even a mug featuring his favourite dog—all ready to strengthen the bond between man and his best friend!   That first cup of joe in the morning will be all the better from a cup featuring his favourite canine!  more

Poodle Breaks Guinness World Record

Category: NewsBite
Our dogs are all incredible, talented, and loveable, but they can't all walk up stairs on hind legs, push shopping baskets and break world records. That is, unless you're Sailor the standard Poodle. This wonder-dog recently broke the World Record for Fastest 10 Metres on a Walking Globe by a dog—he completed it in just 33.22 seconds! Check out the above video to see Sailor in action.  more
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Canine Strokes Explained

Category: Health
The effects of a canine stroke, such as sudden blindness and loss of balance, can be alarming for dog owners. Fortunately, most dogs that have strokes can recover with time and care. Dr. Beth Boudreau, clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, explained the different types of canine strokes and how they occur. more
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Ask Dog Lady

Category: Dog Training
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