Pet Talk: Kidney Disease In Dogs And Cats

Pet Talk: Kidney Disease In Dogs And Cats

Category: Health
Have you ever watched your pet eat its meal and thought, “Wow, did they even taste it?” Though some pets require more energy than others, it is important to know your pet’s normal eating and drinking habits so you are more likely to detect any dietary abnormalities. Being familiar with your pet’s standard schedule of urination and defecation is also important, as any continuous irregular activity could be a sign of an illness. more
Best Dog Breeds

The Best Dog Breed For...

Category: Breeds
Have you ever wondered which breeds are the smartest, the fastest, the best with other dogs? Look no further! We asked Gina DiNardo, American Kennel Club Executive Secretary and expert on all things breed related, for the low down on which dogs are the best fit for a whole array of activities and situations. Q: Which breeds are fastest? more

Dog Friendly Whistler, BC

Category: Dog Life
I’m lucky to call Vancouver home. A city with no shortage of natural beauty (the best kind!) and located conveniently close to Whistler, ski capital of the universe and home to lakes, trails, restaurants, extreme sports, spas and crazy good restaurants (I’m looking at you Bearfoot Bistro). But while the masses come for world class skiing during the cold months, my pooch and I wait until summer. more

A Lush Lawn That is Safe For Kids and Pets!

Category: Health
A lush, green lawn is undeniably inviting, particularly for children and pets. This makes it of upmost importance to ensure your lawn care regime is safe for your whole family. more

5 Easy Steps To Help Your Dog Drop The Extra Weight

Category: Health
Ask an Expert: Jennifer Adolphe, a PhD in companion animal nutrition, registered dietician, and senior nutritionist at Petcurean, tells us how to accurately assess a dog’s weight and offers 5 tips to help your pup drop the extra pounds! We all want our dogs to be healthy, and managing weight is an important part of that. If dogs become overweight, it puts them at greater risk of osteoarthritis, respiratory problems, and pancreatitis. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Leah