AD | Collaborative post Any genuine dog owner would want what’s best for their furry friend. Giving them the resources they need to live a long, healthy life is no doubt a top priority. One way to ensure that is to provide your beloved canine the best sources of protein possible. Below are some examples of protein sources your dog should be getting. 1. Cheese Many dog owners don’t realize that cheese is a great source of protein for their fellow canines. And, sadly, it isn’t very common to find a dried dog food brand
Collaborative post Many individuals who own dogs see the latter as more than just pets. For them, their four-legged friends are more like family—beloved companions that deserve special care and the occasional pampering. As a result, it’s not uncommon for dog parents to set aside a day for relaxation and bonding with their pooches just like how they would with their human friends. Enter the idea of “spaw” day—a day dedicated to treating one’s dog to the luxurious experience they truly deserve. If you want to learn the art of pampering your pup, this guide
AD | Collaborative post Understanding your dog’s breed-specific needs is crucial to ensure a happy and healthy life for your four-legged companion. Each breed has unique characteristics and traits that can influence its behavior, health, and overall well-being. This article will delve into some essential aspects of understanding your dog’s breed-specific needs.
AD | Collaborative post Pancreatitis is a common health condition in dogs. Although it’s not necessarily fatal, proper management is essential to maximize your dog’s health and lifespan. Pancreatitis occurs when the pancreas becomes inflamed, and this causes a disruption in digestion processes. It may be acute or chronic and can lead to a host of symptoms, including abdominal pain, loss of appetite, diarrhea, and vomiting. Nutrition plays a vital role in the management of pancreatitis. However, it can take time to identify the best diet for your furry friend to support their health fully.
Collaborative post Of course, every dog owner wants to ensure their four-legged friend is happy and healthy. It is why they constantly search for ways to care for their dog, especially if it is their first canine companion. Whether looking for ways to stimulate them mentally or socialise them with other dogs, it is natural for dog owners to want to find ways to ensure they are properly taking care of their four-legged friend. One option is to change their diet. As dogs age, the foods they consume should also change accordingly. Making this transition can be
AD: Gifted items Erin’s taste in toys is quite varied but two of her favourites are play sets and anything to do with dogs. When we were offered the chance to review some items from the Disney Best Puppy Dog Pals toys range I knew that Erin would love them. A play set with dogs? Exactly the kind of thing that Erin likes to play with. Puppy Dog Pals is a relatively new show to us on Disney Jr. and it follows Rolly and Bingo, two pugs who get up to some crazy adventures while their owner
We are a big animal loving family and of course, we can’t leave our furry friends out when it comes to Christmas presents. Although Jackson may not be a part of this family any more, we have neighbours each side of us with dogs and of course, we have been looking after my sister’s cat Jara for a while now. Today we’re talking about Christmas gift ideas for dogs and cats. Dogs Trust might not be the obvious choice of places to look for gifts but they have a fantastic range and something for all
Lots of children love the idea of having a pet dog at home, and so many parents go out and buy one. The issue is that some people have no clue what being a responsible pet owner involves. So, many of those families end up annoying their neighbors and getting into trouble. With that in mind, everyone should read this advice carefully and put it into action as soon as possible. When all’s said and done, the family decided to care for an animal, and so their choice shouldn’t mean other people have to suffer.