Supplements For Dogs Fighting Cancer

Category: Health
The word in itself incites fear, but when the vet utters “cancer” in relation to your dog, it can be heart stopping. Unfortunately, many dog parents will hear them in their pet’s lifetimes. “It is estimated that one in four dogs will develop cancer, so it is very common,” says Dr. Danny Joffe, DVM, DABVP, emeritus at VCA Canada in Calgary, AB. “In dogs over 10 years of age, 50 percent of dogs will develop cancer, but it is important to note that some of these cancers are benign or are very manageable.” more
Are You Stressing Out Your Dog?

Are You Stressing Out Your Dog?

Category: Dog Training
You—or, more particularly, your personality and your lifestyle—may be stressing out your dog. New research shows that the stress level in dogs mirrors the stress level in their owners. more

How to Groom Your Dog for Summer Comfort

Category: Dog Life
Some grooming tips are counter intuitive. For example, did you know that you shouldn't shave double-coated breeds in the summer? Though warm looking, the double coat actually allows dogs to regulate their temperature. Instead, you should brush or use a de-shedding tool to remove excess hair. We asked Megan Mouser, certified groomer and Education Manager For Andis (they've been making quality grooming tools for over 90 years!) for this tip plus four more to make sure your dog stays cool and comfortable this summer.  more
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Dog-Friendly Las Vegas

Category: Travel
Forget the dog sitter, these five dog-friendly Las Vegas hotels make it easy and fun to bring your dog along! Modern Dog teamed up with Expedia to find the top 5 dog-friendly Las Vegas hotels. From welcome gifts and special dog menus to a canine concierge who will check in on your pup, a Vegas weekend away has never been more fun. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas more
Pet Talk: Be On The Lookout For Vision Impairment In Pets

Pet Talk: Be On The Lookout For Vision Impairment In Pets

Category: Health
Like people, dogs and cats can experience poor or failing eyesight as they age.  The onset of vision loss in our pets can occur for a number of reasons, including cataracts, glaucoma, and retinal diseases such as sudden acquired retinal degeneration syndrome (SARDS), and progressive retinal atrophy (PRA).   more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Snow