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Our goal is to spread knowledge, not hype. Our pet health articles are backed by the latest scientific research to help you care for your four-legged friends. You’ll find good reads with digestible bits, written by our experts.
Why Do Dogs Eat Grass? Helpful Information For Pet Parents
Why do dogs eat grass? It may be a sign that your dog has a nutritional deficiency, a digestive imbalance, or it’s behavioral. Learn when you should be concerned and find out how to stop your dog from eating grass.
Easy Ways To Give Your Dog a Pill￼
We’ve provided the top veterinarian-recommended ways on how to give a dog a pill and make the experience as stress-free as possible for you and your best friend.
How To Deal with Puppy Diarrhea: Your Pup’s New Gut Needs Extra Care￼
Puppy diarrhea can be caused by many different things. But puppies are especially susceptible to diarrhea because their digestive system is still developing.
Dermatitis in Dogs: Get to the Root of Dog Skin Issues￼
What is atopic dermatitis in dogs? Dog skin conditions associated with inflammation that cause itchy skin, may be related to underlying allergies in dogs. Learn how to help your dog.
Boost Dog Health with Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Postbiotics￼
So does your dog need Probiotics, Prebiotics, or Postbiotics? We know that they all have important roles to play in your dog’s digestion and wellness.
How to Lower Your Dog’s Risk for Inflammation￼
If your dog suffers from inflammation, the reason could be an immune response gone wrong. When, instead of correctly fighting off harmful invaders, the immune system reacts to the body’s own cells or to something in the dog’s diet, and the result can be chronic inflammation.
Feasting on Feces: Why Do Dogs Eat Poop?￼
Forty-nine percent of all dogs will eat poop at some point in their lives. Poop-eating, also known as coprophagy, is usually not well-accepted with the dog’s human family.
Parvo in Dogs: How to Support Your Pup
Learn why parvo is so dangerous to puppies and dogs and how you can protect your dog from a parvo infection. If your dog has parvo find out what treatment options are available.
Does Your Dog Have Diarrhea? C diff May Be To Blame
In dogs diarrhea is a common occurrence. But did you know that many diarrhea cases are caused by a bacterial pathogen called Clostridium difficile (C diff)? Your veterinarian will test for C diff in your dog’s stool, if it’s detected it’s very likely the culprit for causing dog diarrhea.
How to Help Your Itchy Dog: Veterinary Advice￼
Itch, scratch..repeat—persistent dog scratching can consume your dog’s life. Since pesky itching affects many dogs and their pet parents we asked Dr. Sterns, DVM to offer his thoughts regarding how to help itchy dogs. A common dog skin disorder that causes itchy skin is atopic dermatitis.