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Regarding the “New” Canine Respiratory Disease

Canine Respiratory Disease

In the past couple of weeks, a flurry of media reports have been presented regarding a novel respiratory infection afflicting dogs. The reports have come from a variety of areas in the US and Canada and, as of yet, no new or old pathogen has been identified. Continue reading »

Benefits of Pet Friendly Workplaces

Pet Friendly Workspace

In recent years, a new trend has been gaining momentum in workplaces worldwide and that is having a pet friendly workspace. Gone are the days of leaving furry companions at home while heading off to work. Companies are now recognizing the numerous benefits of allowing pets in the workplace. From increased employee morale, reduced stress levels, improved work-life balance, and heightened productivity. Continue reading »

The Stages of Grief: Coping With Losing A Pet

Pet Grief

You are not alone. When you lose a pet, you will probably deal with a lot of different emotions. You might feel anger and confusion, or that you have no one to turn to. Coping with losing a pet is natural, and there are ways to cope with the pain. Continue reading »

Are You Considering A Domestic Exotic Cat Breed?

Exotic Cat Breeds

People love cats. It’s because of cats that the internet has millions of gifs and videos it’s what keeps us entertained throughout the day. Social media has exposed us to a lot more different and unique exotic house cat breed images.

And now we all want one. Continue reading »

10 Ways To Exercise Your Dog Indoors

Exercise Dog Indoors

Just like us, our dogs need exercise to stay healthy and to burn off energy. There might be various reasons you’re stuck inside, like a pandemic requiring quarantine, maybe you live in an apartment, or it’s the cold winter months of the year. Whatever the reason, it can be hard to get your dog outside at times. Continue reading »

How Emotional Support Animals Can Improve Your Health

Cat Emotional Support

Stress is everywhere. But many people are finding a new way to deal with all this stress—with emotional support animals. These creatures provide a wide array of health benefits, and they’re becoming more widely supported with each passing month and year. Continue reading »

Dog Vaccinations Schedule: From Puppy To Adult

Dog Vaccination Schedule

Like people, our pets need regular vaccinations and boosters to keep them healthy and to help fight off diseases and sickness. Depending on what stage of life your dog is in will determine which vaccines your pet will need. Puppies need more while they are young, as older dogs are a yearly event. Knowing which schedule your pet is on will help you determine when they need to make a visit to the veterinarian. Continue reading »

40 Dog Breeds That Don’t Shed A Lot


If you have ever wanted a dog but are worried about allergies and their fur everywhere in your house, there are certain breeds that can minimize some of these risks. These dog breeds below have been known to have a low amount of dander to their hair and in most cases will not shed throughout the house. Continue reading »

The Top 13 Dog Health Problems You Should Be Aware Of

Dog Health Problems

No matter how well we treat our dogs as they get older they will start to have some health problems. It is important to keep an eye out for some of the most common problems and get treatment sooner rather than later.

Knowing some of the most common problems will help diagnosis the situation and help you be more prepared.

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Basic Commands That Every Dog Should Know

Training Tips

After bringing home your new puppy or rescuing a new friend, you will want to teach them some basic dog commands. Dogs can learn hundreds of commands and everyone wants to have the perfect dog. However, it is better to start with the basics. Teaching your dog even the basics, isn’t only beneficial for you, but it can help your dog be more comfortable around the house and other people. Continue reading »