Animal Champion

Category: Inspire
Marc Ching is what many would call the ultimate champion of animals, rescuing dogs and cats from terrible conditions and disastrous situations and circumstances around the world. But, no matter how disturbing his eye-witness stories may be, he implores us not to look away, because, he says, that is the only way we will bring about change. more
Veterinary Detective

Veterinary Detective

Category: Health
Q: A 16-year-old Dachshund is slowly becoming more reluctant to eat, is getting up to drink water in the middle of the night, and occasionally vomiting at night.face There is a decrease in energy with an outright refusal to eat anything. When she is tempted into eating, she vomits immediately afterwards. At the vet, a blood test shows elevated liver enzymes and an ultrasound is recommended. more

Teach Your Dog the Magic “Touch”

Category: Dog Training
Most dog owners understand why it’s important to teach basic behaviours such as sit, lie down, stay, and come. But when it’s suggested to teach a dog touch—otherwise known as targeting—they often look confused. Let me explain. “Touch” is a verbal cue that means you would like your dog to touch something with a part of his body. The most common form of targeting is for a dog to touch his nose to a person’s hand. Why, you might ask, would anyone want to teach that? more

5 Ways to Prevent Separation Anxiety

Category: Health
Many of us unwittingly foster separation anxiety in our dogs. Here’s how you can modify your own behaviour to cultivate a healthy sense of security in your dog. more
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Best Gifts For Dog Lovers

Category: Shop
  Celebrate your furry friend's unique personality with 15+ captivating styles to choose from. Capture your dog's charm, turning cherished memories into timeless works of art.   more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Kato