Bonjour my lovelies! Did you know that about 10 million dogs and cats go missing every year, according to the American Humane Society? And that one in three pets will go missing at some point during their life? That’s a lot! But we live in an age of technology that can help owners connect with their lost pets, thanks to the microchip.
Just like humans, many of us dogs suffer from joint problems, especially as we get older. Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of joint pain in dogs, but trauma, infection, and other conditions can also be the cause. If your dog is experiencing joint problems, here are some things you can do to make life easier and help relieve some of the pain.
The human-canine bond is undeniable. Humans love their dogs, and it’s natural for them to want to show affection in a way that’s common to them: hugging. Humans understand when another human hugs them, but do dogs? Do they understand that it’s a display of affection, or is it uncomfortable? Do they like it? Should you hug your dog or not?