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Dogs Can Read That Smile On Your Face

Dogs Can Read That Smile On Your Face

Category: Health
When you and I look at a photograph of a human face, we can easily recognize the emotional state of the person pictured by their expression alone. Fascinatingly, it turns out, dogs can do the same. more
Best Food for Your Dog

What Is The Best Dog Food You Can Choose For Your Pup?

Category: Nutrition
What is The Best Dog Food You Can Choose For Your Best Friend? Sandra Czarny thought she was giving her Australian Shepherd the very best—a veterinarian-recommended food that was sold through the clinic. Was it the best dog food you can find? But at seven months old, Rolex began vomiting. Previously housebroken, he was having accidents in the house. Worried, Sandra took him to the vet, and was shocked when the blood work and urinalysis showed her puppy was suffering from juvenile kidney failure.  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
Fuel the Love

Fuel the Love

Category: Inspire
Zuke’s, maker of natural pet treats, has launched a very cool social media campaign. Now through June 30th, the Durango, Colorado-based company will donate $5 to The Dog and Cat Cancer Fund for every person who follows @ZukesPets on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, and tags their action-packed dog photo with #FuelTheCure. more
Mine!

Mine! How to Deal With a Dog That Guards

Category: Dog Training
Your precious angel just growled at you for the first time. He snagged a sock from your laundry pile and dashed under the bed. You reached under to get it and he growled. You reached again, and he snapped at you! He didn’t bite, but it’s clear he thinks the sock is a prize worth holding onto. Your dog is resource guarding. Some dogs guard their food bowls. Some guard bones or toys. Some even guard crazy things, like rocks. On occasion, they will guard a person. Some dogs only get cranky with other dogs.  more

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Meet: Blaze