4 Things Every Hunting Dog Needs

If you're thinking of getting a canine hunting companion to help you in your efforts to put food on your family's table, you'll be glad to know that you'll be rewarded with a lifetime of love and loyalty both on the field and off. Your hunting dog will perform better as well as be more comfortable and happy if you make certain that it has certain provisions. Following are four things that every hunting dog should have. Read More 

Want A Pet? Why You Should Get An Emotional Support Animal

If you're thinking about getting a pet, you're making a great choice.  Animals can be wonderful companions, and they can also help to get you out of the house and moving when you take them walking.  However, while you may have been thinking about going to a breeder or purchasing an animal from a pet store,  it may be a better idea to get an emotional support animal (ESA.)  An ESA provides therapeutic benefits to their owner. Read More 

Tips for Boarding Your Fearful, Reactive Dog When You Go on Vacation

If you have a fearful or reactive dog, simple tasks like going for a walk or spending a day at the park can be extremely stressful for both you and the dog. Reactive dogs who are fearful or aggressive toward other dogs present a special challenge: how can you go away on a trip and board your pooch without him or her being overly stressed or being asked to leave the facility? Read More 

3 Harmful Diseases Your Dog Can Get From A Tick Bite

Taking your dog to the vet each year is a great way to keep it healthy, and one thing your vet will recommend is keeping the dog protected from fleas and ticks. While fleas may not be as harmful as ticks, they are still annoying and problematic. Ticks, on the other hand, can be devastating to the health of a dog, because they carry a variety of diseases. If you do not keep your dog protected from fleas and ticks all year round, your dog may end up contracting one of the following illnesses from a tick. Read More 

Dog Whimpering? It Might Be An Ear Infection

Dog lovers everywhere know that when your dog is in pain, so are you. Sometimes locating the source of that pain can be a difficult proposition, however. A whimpering dog can mean a number of different things, but one of the primary sources of that whimpering may be due to the fact that your dog has an ear infection. So, what can you do to determine if this is the case, and what should you do if it so happens that your dog does have an ear infection? Read More