Bath-Time Made Easy

Category: Dog Life
The dream: the Ridalco Stainless Steel dog bath, fully equipped with everything you need to make bath-time a breeze! Think extra-high backsplash panels, tethers to secure your dog, and a ramp for easy access. Consider how much you'll save at the groomer's and this dog bath pays for itself in a snap! From $1099. more

Pot For Pets

Category: Dog Life
Just like people, dogs are living increasingly longer lives thanks to better nutrition and health care. The downside is that both dogs and people can face a host of degenerative health issues as they approach their middle and senior years. As devoted pet parents, we’re always searching for products that will help us give our canine kids the very best quality of life so at Modern Dog we’re naturally very interested in all the buzz around hemp/CBD (Cannabidiol) products for dogs. Here’s the low down on this natural approach to pain relief and better health. more
The Azawakh

The New Dog on the Block

Category: Breeds
Get to know the latest breed recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC), the Azawakh! Pronounced ‘oz-a-wok’, this elegant beauty is an ancient breed that originated in West Africa. Although this leggy canine may look delicate, this breed was frequently put to use as a hunting sighthound, and was bred to be durable enough for hunting hare, antelope, and even wild boar! more
Pet Talk: The Benefits of Spaying and Neutering

Pet Talk: The Benefits of Spaying and Neutering

Category: Health
One of the most important decisions that a pet owner must make is whether to spay and neuter their pets. Though many are deterred by cost or medical concerns, this procedure can provide many long-term benefits for your pet’s health and happiness, all while saving the lives of other homeless animals and reducing the widespread epidemic of animal overpopulation in our world today. more
Bear Attack

What to Do if You Encounter a Bear With Your Dog

Category: Dog Life
If your off-leash dog charged a bear who decides to retaliate, your only recourse is bear spray. But assuming you're still in control of the dog and the situation has not escalated follow the tips below:  1) If the bear has not seen you: Quietly and quickly leave the area, but never run--you'll look like prey. A bear can run faster than 30 mph--it will easily out-run, out-climb, and out-swim you. more


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