These Cuties Helped Raise a Million Dollars!

These Cuties Helped Raise a Million Dollars!

Category: Inspire
To dog-lovers, dogs aren’t just pets, they’re family. So when canine cancer claims a victim, a whole family suffers. One in four dogs will battle this disease in their lifetime, with half of them dying long before their time—if that’s not a daunting and depressing statistic, we don’t know what is. But the Orvis Company, a family-owned retail and mail-order business specializing in high-end outdoor goods, was spurred to action. more
Lumps & Bumps

Lumps on Dogs: When You Should Be Concerned!

Category: Health
Lumps on dogs - should you be concerned? Finding a hard lump on or under your dog’s skin is not uncommon. Sometimes skin lumps (more officially called skin masses or skin tumours) can be present for weeks or months before they are noticed, often during a bath or grooming appointment. more

Digging Problem Solved!

Category: Dog Training
Most dogs love to dig. It’s an instinctive behaviour. So, what do you do when you dig your dog, but aren’t so fond of his digging habit? To discourage your dog from digging holes in your lawn, excavating your flower bed, and tunneling through your tomatoes, consider creating a space in your yard designed specifically for digging. You’re much more likely to meet with success if you provide your dog with a dedicated digging spot rather than try and discourage the behaviour altogether. more
Dog On The Job

Dog On The Job

Category: Shop
The Modern Dog office is, of course, SUPER dog friendly, so a regular day at the office sees the canine team camped out under desks, patrolling the lunch room, and enthusiastically greeting couriers. One of the perks of the job, aside from accompanying favourite humans to the office, is the dogs get to try out A LOT of dog products, from beds, toys, and gear to food and treats (drool). In short, the office dogs know their stuff when it comes to the best dog products out there, so in this issue we’ve profiled canine staffer Gyoza and his top dog gear picks. more

The Surprising Truth About Why Dog Euthanasia Increases During The Holidays

Category: Dog Life
Ask any veterinarian when they euthanize the most dogs, and they will tell you “during the Winter holidays.”  In fact, Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice, the nation’s largest provider of in-home end of life care for pets, will see an increase of 20-50% in home visits for euthanasia or hospice care the weeks following both Thanksgiving and Christmas. You may not imagine there being a season for this, but there is, for a few reasons:  more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Leah