The Gassiest Dog Breeds and The Fix For Flatulence

Category: Health
Does your dog frequently clear the room? Where flatulence is concerned, there are a number of factors that could be at play. “There are not scientific studies on this, but you are what you eat, and diet can play a large factor in flatulence,” says AKC Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. Jerry Klein. “A few breeds that are anecdotally (not scientifically) known to be gaseous are Boxers, French Bulldogs, Bulldogs, Pugs, Neapolitan Mastiffs, Mastiffs, Beagles, and Golden Retrievers. Also, dogs that eat fast and gulp air are prone to pass gas. more
the Scottish Terrier

Meet the Scottish Terrier!

Category: Breeds
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Dog found in tornado rubble

Man Finds His Dog in Rubble of Illinois Tornado

Category: NewsBite
If you're having one of those days in which you need your faith in humanity restored, check out these photos of a man who, digging through the remains of his house after a tornado hit, uncovers his dog ( more

10 Human Foods You Can Feed Your Dog

Category: Nutrition
1. Apple Many a dog loves apple. Crunchy and sweet, apples are a source of vitamins A and C and fibre. Apple seeds, however, contain cyanide so your dog should not be allowed to eat the core. If your dog has consumed an apple core, seeds and all, don’t worry; a few seeds won’t hurt but overtime could cause deleterious effects so don’t let your dog get in the habit of crunching down your apple core. more
Congestive Heart Failure

It's a Heartbreaker: Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs

Category: Health
Everything You Need To Know About Congestive Heart Failure In Dogs Q: What is congestive heart failure? more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Thor