It’s summer, and that means vacation time. It’s the perfect opportunity to load the whole family in the car and hit the road. I know that some dogs don’t like the car but I, for one, love a good road trip. If you’re road tripping this summer and taking your dog along, here’s what you don’t want to forget when packing. The bare basics – Leash and collar with tags. – Food. If you’ll be gone a long time, you…
It’s said that dog owners spend from $1,000-$2,000 on average per dog each year, and that’s not even counting the initial cost of the dog, which can be several hundred to several thousand dollars for a purebred. While there’s no arguing that this is money well-spent on man’s best friend, you may be wondering how to cut down on the inevitable expenses of food, gear, toys, treats, veterinary care, and more. Here are 10 ways to cut down on costs.
Just like humans, dogs can suffer from allergies. Approximately 1 to 2 in 10 dogs have allergies, meaning this is a common condition – and yet a lot of owners don’t know their dogs are suffering. Here’s how to go about getting a diagnosis for your dog and how to treat them if they do have allergies.
More and more dog owners are looking into dietary supplements to improve their pet’s health, especially owners of senior dogs. As a senior dog myself, I am familiar with what supplements are the most popular for senior dogs and why. If your dog is advancing in years and beginning to slow down, you may want to consider adding these supplements to their diet.