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4 Ways to Combat Canine Motion Sickness Without Medication
4 Ways to Combat Canine Motion Sickness Without Medication

Road Trip! We automatically assume that all dogs love to ride in cars. However, this is not always the case; many genuinely suffer from motion sickness. Here are four ways to help your dog feel better without medication!

Advice for Living with a Sight or Hearing-Impaired Pet
Advice for Living with a Sight or Hearing-Impaired Pet

Although we love them dearly, living with sight or hearing-impaired pets can present certain challenges that require some thought and planning in order to make your home as safe and secure as possible for your furry family member. 

Add Your Dog's Toy Box to the Spring Cleaning Checklist
Add Your Dog's Toy Box to the Spring Cleaning Checklist

April is synonymous with spring -- and spring cleaning! If you are about to embark on this annual purging and organizing project, don't forget to include all of your pet's toys too! 

Five Ways to Make Your Home Ready For A Physically Challenged Dog
Five Ways to Make Your Home Ready For A Physically Challenged Dog

A physically challenged dog can be a warm, wonderful, joyful addition to your home and you can be sure your desire to create a fulfilling life for your new pup will be rewarded over and over again with lots of doggie love and affection. However, before you consider adopting a physically challenged pet, it’s important to ensure that your home is a safe environment and one that she can navigate around on her own.

Three Ways to Create Fun Play Dates for Senior Dogs
Three Ways to Create Fun Play Dates for Senior Dogs

Just because your senior dog is slowing down and doesn’t have the energy to rush around the yard or chase dogs in the dog park, it doesn’t mean she should stay home all day and snooze in the sun.

4 Basics to Look for in a Canine Safety Harness
4 Basics to Look for in a Canine Safety Harness

Restraining your dog in a vehicle with a crash-tested harness will not only promote the safety of the dog but also that of other passengers in the car too. And there are some specific things you can look for to find the safest, most comfortable one for your dog. 

The Importance of Good Dental Care For Senior Dogs
The Importance of Good Dental Care For Senior Dogs

Good dental hygiene is about more than fresh breath, it's the key to your dog's overall wellness, especially as he ages!

How to Choose the Right Canine Travel Safety Products
How to Choose the Right Canine Travel Safety Products

It's always important to have the right travel products to ensure your dog's safety in the vehicle and protect both of you in case of an accident.

Five Signs Your Senior Dog May Be Sick
Five Signs Your Senior Dog May Be Sick

Dogs, particularly senior dogs, have “off days” just like people. But, if you notice changes to your dog’s daily routine, eating, drinking or even pooping habits that continue for a couple of days, make an appointment with the veterinarian.

 

Two Incredible Rescue Organizations that Help Senior Dogs
Two Incredible Rescue Organizations that Help Senior Dogs

Whether you have a young family or are empty nesters, senior dogs have a way of fitting in. From leisurely strolls and a quiet home, to children's tea parties and hectic schedules, most senior dogs have the patience, maturity and training to make everyone's life better.