How to Make a Dog Poop Quickly? Here are 10 Effective Ways!

A pooping Schnoodle dog wearing a raincoat

Is your pet struggling to poo? Is he constipated or simply too distracted when you’re out and about to go about his business? If he is sniffing around and just not doing his business, much to the frustration of both you and your furry friend, then you may be looking for effective ways to make … Read more

Tick-Borne Diseases in Dogs and How to Deal with Them in 2022

Close-up view of a tick on human finger from the lying dog

Ticks are parasitic insects that come in a frustratingly wide array of shapes and sizes. And tick bites, although often harmless, can cause serious illness in both dogs and humans. Not all tick-borne diseases in dogs have a vaccine, so preventive tick products are crucial. Early treatment is effective, as it helps determine the symptoms … Read more

Whelping Puppies: How to Help Your Dog Give Birth

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog nursing her pups

When a female dog (dam) gives birth to her puppies, that’s what you call whelping. Most mother canines are capable of delivering their litter without any help, but if you’re a breeder or you have a girl pet, it’s good practice to know the whelping process so you can assist the mommy pooch if needed. … Read more

The Ultimate Guide to Treating Vaginitis in Dogs

A dog laying in bed

We tend to focus on the cuddles, bonding, and “ahhh so cute” moments of dog ownership. But, part of our responsibility as pet owners means taking care of the health of our beloved fur babies as well.  Today, we are going to discuss a highly common health issue. Let’s take a look at dog vaginitis … Read more

Health Guide: What’s Juvenile Renal Disease & How does it affect dogs?

Beagle dog being checkup in a veterinary clinic

Known as JRD, Juvenile Renal Disease is a regretful diagnosis for any canine. It’s a degenerative disease that involves the incorrect development of the kidneys. Because kidneys are necessary for dogs to function correctly, this disease almost always ends in death, usually before the dog turns 2 years of age. In this article, we’ll look … Read more

Kidney Failure in Dogs: Can a dog recover from this?

portrait of not feeling well dog

A dog’s kidneys are similar to a person’s. They control the level of toxins in the blood and work as a filter to remove wastes. They also help control other things, like blood pressure, calcium levels, and other mineral levels. When their kidneys fail, it’s usually life-threatening. So let’s take a look at the symptoms … Read more

Why is My Dog Dry Heaving and How to Stop It

Dachhund dry heaving

While occasional vomiting in dogs is considered normal, dry heaving is not. What looks like an attempt to dislodge something from their throat can sometimes be sinister in nature.  Below, we’ll explain what causes dry heaving and how you can help alleviate your dog’s symptoms or if you need to bring your dog to the … Read more