Which dog breed you decide on, it’s super important that you become aware of what you may be getting into with potential health conditions, longevity, or disorders. The more you know as a future paw parent, the better off you’ll be prepared to be when it comes time to take fido home.
Oftentimes, excess energy or hyperactivity in dogs means that their physical, social, and or mental needs aren’t fully being fulfilled. It’s also possible that your pup’s hyperactivity is simply due to the type of breed they are, as some breeds are definitely more hyperactive than others.
While it may seem like a new holistic treatment approach offered to your dog or cat, Traditional Chinese Veterinarian Medicine has been using acupuncture to assist animals for thousands and thousands of years.
CBD oil isn’t only for humans, it’s for animals too! As this magical herb continues to boost its worth amongst humans, veterinarians are quickly batting an eye at its effectiveness and worth as well.
Obesity is a serious issue when it comes to our four-legged companions. We’ll talk about what you need to know about obesity and being overweight in dogs as well as why it’s so crucial to prevent obesity before it takes its wrath.
Whether or not you have a human Valentine to spend the day or evening with, you most likely have a four-legged friend that could use some extra loving too. Your canine or feline gives you so much on a daily basis, so this may be the perfect time to give them a little more in return.
Knowing all there is to know about CBD can better help you navigate just how it can support your pet’s overall well-being and health. Even though there are still many misconceptions about CBD and what it can do, more and more humans and animals alike are turning to CBD every day.
When your pup starts limping it can get worrisome, fast. There are so many different things that may trigger their limp, thus, paw parents should address it quickly. If left unnoticed or unexamined, the small issue could escalate into big problems in no time.