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Brain Boosting Games

Category: Dog Life
Are you a crossword addict? Sudoko fan? Or maybe a bridge fiend? If so, you’ll be happy to hear that brain games—activities that demand mental problem solving—aren’t only fun, they are also good for the mind… both human AND canine. more
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Home Remedy for UTIs in Dogs

Category: Health
While UTIs in humans can effectively be treated simply with a prescription from the doctor, it’s not quite as easy with our canine companions. UTIs occur most often in older female dogs, but can affect pups of any age or gender. According to the AKC, a bacterial urinary tract infection is the most common infectious disease in dogs. We’re here to help you better understand UTIs and what you can do to help treat them. more
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The 6 Best Dog Harnesses of 2020

Category: Dog Training
Harnesses are great because they prevent choking in dogs who like to pull on the leash. They can also offer more control over large dogs who tend to forget their size. The only problem is that there are so many harnesses to choose from. How do you know what's best? This will vary depending on the breed and the personality of the individual dog, but below is a list of some of Modern Dog's favourites. Before we get started, here are our criteria for a good harness: more
CBD for Dogs

How CBD Can Improve Your Dog’s Health

Category: Health
Much of the attention that cannabidiol (CBD) has received has been concentrated on the benefits that it can offer humans, but we aren’t the only species that have endocannabinoid systems – dogs do as well! Here is what you need to know about why CBD is safe for your dog, the benefits of endocannabinoid system regulation, and which products may be best suited to enhancing the overall wellbeing of your pets. How CBD differs from cannabis more
brain teasers and healthy food like Vitamin E and vitamin C are good for keeping your dog's brain healthy

Brain Food for Dogs: Preventing CDS

Category: Nutrition
One of the hardest parts of living with dogs is watching them age, help prevent cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS) with these brain games and foods.  more

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