Pet Talk: Pet Dental Health Month

Pet Talk: Pet Dental Health Month

Category: Health
While any pet owner knows the importance of a regular grooming and exercise routine for their pet, proper dental care is often overlooked. With February being National Pet Dental Health Month, there is no better time to develop a maintenance plan for your pet’s oral hygiene. “How goes the mouth, so goes the health,” said Dr. Bert Dodd, clinical professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.  “Overall health can be affected by oral disease, which can get into the blood stream and affect the animal’s internal organs and joints.” more
Cover Dog Contest: The Top 10 Runner Up Dogs

Cover Dog Contest: The Top 10 Runner Up Dogs

Category: Dog Life
Australian Shepherd, Baltimore, MD  Keller is a double merle Australian Shepherd. She is deaf and vision impaired, but as her owner Amanda Fuller says, “she will steal your heart in a minute!” Keller’s disabilities are due to irresponsible breeding, so Amanda has set out to spread awareness (check out “She proves to me every day that life is worth living.”   more

Petting Wars

Category: Dog Training
Q: My dogs have a tenuous relationship that can erupt into violence, keeping everyone in my home on edge. One of the triggers is when I'm paying attention to one dog and the other comes over. What can I do to help them get along and create harmony in my home? more
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Download Your Free Copies of Modern Dog and Modern Cat Magazines!

Category: NewsBite
We had a great time seeing everyone at SuperZoo and checking out the best products in the pet industry! Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth to say hi. We hope you’re enjoying the complimentary copies of Modern Dog and Modern Cat we were giving out at the show! If you didn’t have time to come by, no problem, you can download your free digital copy here.  more
Dog tilting his head

Does Your Dog Tilt His Head?

Category: NewsBite
Ah, the head-tilt, one of dogdom’s most endearing, adorable habits—and, it turns out, a sign of intelligence. In a recent study published in Animal Cognition, a peer-reviewed scientific journal, researchers from Eotvos Lorand University posited that the canine head-tilt indicated the processing of “relevant, meaningful stimuli.” Think: a dog hearing a word and recalling its meaning, be it a favourite toy or activity. more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Leah