Keep our pets safe during Christmas can be more complicated than it seems. Decorations, plants, gifts, Christmas lights, food... If you don't want to end up in the vet's emergency room, follow this tips for a safe Christmas with your pet.
With high temperatures, we need to be careful with heath strokes, but we should also protect our dog's paws. Your dog's paws are like "thickened skin", but they are also sensitive to wounds, cuts, blistering...
When it comes to feeding a dog, there are lots of options: dry food, canned food, natural diet... and sometimes it's hard to choose the right one. These are signs you are not feeding your dog the right food.
Thanksgiving means friends, family, and feasts. But is also a time for possible distress for your pet. To have a happy celebration, if you have an animal companion, don't forget these thanksgiving safety tips for pet owners.
All species have a scientific name which we barely use and most of the times we ignore. Do you know with is the scientific name for the dog?
If your dog is scratching more than usual, it's important to know that this can be caused by many different reasons of internal or external origin. These are some of the most common reasons why your dog is scratching himself.
With Halloween around the corner, pet owners look for the best costumes for pets. Get some tips and ideas for costumes for pets.
We often hear or read contradictory recommendations on what dogs can or cannot eat and we get confused.
Eating too fast involves a series of risks for your dog's health. Learn how to stop him from eating too fast with these tips.
It seems the only plausible explanation for his behaviour, right? Tail chasing, coprophagy... Do you know why dogs act like that sometimes?