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Woof, woof.

Woof, woof.

Just like every human being, every dog is more than a pretty face. But how your dog looks and acts can go a long way toward telling you how he feels. So what are some of the signs that your dog is healthy and happy? We’ve pulled together our top eight ways:…

Gut check.

Gut check.

First question: what’s so important about your dog’s gastrointestinal tract? Answer: Just as in humans, the GI tract is the body’s main barrier to disease. This is why it’s so critical for a dog’s gut to remain healthy.…

Help Keep Your Mature Dog Young at Heart

Help Keep Your Mature Dog Young at Heart

According to the International Veterinary Senior Care Society, dogs are considered “senior” when they reach an age range between 5 and 10 years old. But there’s a LOT of latitude in there. Larger breed dogs mature more quickly while smaller breed dogs mature more slowly. Oftentimes there are no outward signs of these changes. There are a few key steps to take to help your dog mature gracefully.…

Is Your Dog Fit or Fluffy?

Is Your Dog Fit or Fluffy?

Have you noticed if your pooch has put on a few pounds recently? You are not alone. The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP) found in their 2016 survey that 54% of dogs are either overweight or obese. If you cannot easily see and feel the ribs on your dog, your dog may be packing some extra pounds. Two extra pounds may not sound like much, but on a 10-pound dog, two pounds adds 20% more weight to wear! A 2014 study by the American Animal Hospital Association found that keeping your pooch in shape can add years to your dog’s life.…