dogs. health

Parents Share More (Germs) with Their Dogs than Their Children

Who do parents share more with — their children or their dogs? Read more

Dogs Offer Crucial Help in Developing Cure for Human Dementia

Dementia patients may soon thank dogs for a cure Read more

Stem Cell Transplants Allow 2 Lucky Dogs to Feel Young Again

Thanks to innovation and modern science, 2 healthy dogs in Wisconsin have been given a new lease on life. Read more

The Many Benefits of Foot Soaks for Dogs

Did you know about 50 percent of foot licking and chewing can be alleviated by mechanically removing (rinsing off) allergens and other irritants collected on your dog’s paws? Read more

The Simple Home Remedy that Cures Most Canine Skin Issues - No Drugs Needed

Between Rosco and the other members of our pack, I deal with a lot of minor skin abrasions, cuts, infections and hot spots. Read more

Canine Wobbler Syndrome

Wobbler syndrome is a disease of the cervical spine in the area of the neck, in which the spinal cord and spinal cord nerve roots are compressed. Read more

Why Does My Dog Eat Poop?

Although the thought of this activity is nauseating, there is actually one stage in a pet’s life when coprophagia is expected. Read more

Better than Tomato Juice as a Skunk Rinse...

Today I want to give you my skunk rinse recipe, and here’s hoping you never have to use it! Read more

What to Do If Your Dog Gets the Flu

The canine influenza virus (CIV) is a relatively new virus and is part of the canine infectious respiratory disease complex, also known as ‘kennel cough.’ Read more

The Latest Recalled Dog Foods All Contain This Ingredient

In early December, three pet food recalls were initiated due to aflatoxin levels above the ‘acceptable’ limit. Read more

Does Your Dog Get Along with Other Dogs?

Many dog owners one day realize their pet no longer seems interested in being with other canines. Their formerly social dog has grown standoffish when other dogs are around. Read more

Cancer in Dogs

Cancer sucks. On a (somewhat) positive note, more dogs than ever before are living long enough to develop cancer, thanks to great home care and preventative care. Read more