All posts in "Pet Health"

The Coronavirus and Dogs: What You Need to Know

By Jessica Mabie

Like many of you, my family and I are concerned about the coronavirus. We want to do our part in reducing the speed and spread of the infection. We have opted to practice social distancing and remain home as much as possible. I have followed COVID-19 with all of you and have taken the proper […]

Why Does My Dog Bite or Chew Their Nails?

By Emily Pierce

When you think of an animal grooming themselves, you might picture a cat licking their coat. Dogs are known more for being messy than trying to get clean. Maggie would much rather roll around in dirt at the dog park than get in the bathtub, but there are a few common ways dogs try to […]

Best Dog Shampoo for Dry Skin

By Emily Pierce

Every once in a while, dogs find themselves in messy situations. Your dog may dig holes in the backyard or run around in a muddy park. My Maggie’s coat acts like a sponge when it’s wet outside, which means I need to bathe her a lot. I’m sure plenty of other dog owners feel the […]

How to Use Coconut Oil for Dog Hot Spots

By Jessica Mabie

As several of you may know, I have two dogs that suffer from severe allergies and one, Calvin, that is prone to hot spots. Calvin is on an assortment of medicine for his allergies and his Irritable Bowel Disease. His IBD requires that he is on a unique steroid, but between the steroid and one […]

Home Remedies for a Constipated Dog

By Emily Pierce

Dogs like to have fun, but they also thrive when they have an established routine. Maggie knows when she gets bathroom breaks while we’re home, but if we’re visiting family, she may be inside or outside more often than usual. Keeping an established routine is better for dogs, especially since it’s easier to note when […]

How to Use Coconut Oil to Naturally Clean Your Dog’s Teeth

By Jessica Mabie

Even though we feed the same foods, treats, and chews to our dogs, Ginger’s teeth are way worse than her siblings. We get her teeth cleaned annually at the vet, but six months later, the plaque is already making its way back. Whereas, Calvin, our 12-year-old, has excellent teeth and has never needed to get […]

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