Dogs are much more sensitive to hot temperatures than we are. Unlike humans, they cannot easily regulate their body temperature, as they only have sweat glands in the footpads. The only way they can eliminate heat is by panting.
If you have a pet at home, you know home cleaning is especially important: hair everywhere, mud, some peepee in the carpet... However, not all cleaning products are safe for pets, nor we can clean their bed, their litterbox or toys the same way.
Your dog has probably cheer you up when you were sad, or made you forget that you were angry...These are just 7 ways your dog makes you healthier, on a physical and mental level.
On May 31 we celebrate World No Tobacco Day. This World Health Organization's (WHO) Tobacco Free Initiative highlights the health risks associated with tobacco. Did you know that tobacco is not only dangerous for you, but also for your pets?
On the streets there are many substances that might be dangerous for your dog. Knowing what to do in those cases is very important. What Should I Do if My Dog Was Poisoned?
Kennel cough, or infectious canine tracheobronchitis, is a highly contagious respiratory disease. It causes coughing, eye discharge, nausea, fever and lack of energy among other symptoms. What Causes Kennel Cough?