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Poisonous Plants for Dogs: A Full List

by Jan ReisenIt’s important to protect your canine best friend from plants that are poisonous to dogs. Whether you’re an avid gardener or have a few potted plants on your front stoop, you should be aware that some plants might not be your dog’s friend. In fact, many...

Can I Leave My Dog in the Car If I Crack a Window?

By Anna BurkeMost dog owners know that you can’t leave a pet in a hot car. Temperatures can rise to dangerous levels in just minutes, putting your dog at risk of heat stroke. But what if you open a window a little bit? Does that make it safe to leave your dog in the...

6 Ways Pets Can Improve your Health

by Lisa FieldsHave you ever noticed that you feel better when you’re around your pet?It’s true. Spending quality time with a dog, cat or other animal can have a positive impact on your mood and your health. Pets can be calming stress-fighters.”We...

Is Rawhide Ok for Dogs?

What is Rawhide?Although many dog owners are big fans of rawhide, as their dogs really enjoy having a good old chew on it, rawhide for dogs isn’t as harmless as it looks. In fact, this can be very dangerous for pups, as it can cause intestinal blockages and can also...

How to Introduce Your Dog to a New Dog

By Erin Rakosky, DVMDogs are social animals and most enjoy the company of others. Just like humans, some dogs have more outgoing personalities, and others are more reserved. Whether you just brought home a new puppy and are introducing him to an existing dog or you...

Pets can boost your brain power, study says

by Sandee LaMotteHaving a long-term pet companion may delay memory loss and other kinds of cognitive decline, a new study has found. Pet ownership was especially beneficial for working verbal memory, such as memorization of word lists, according to the preliminary...