Can Dogs Take on Their Owner’s Personalities?

Amanda and her dog Cooper have a lot in common. They both love to exercise, and every evening you’ll catch them jogging side by side down the sidewalk. When she’s not running with her pup, Amanda is the type of person who always likes to have a job to do. The same...

Do Dog Owners Exercise More Than People Without Pets?

Putting a treadmill in the living room is one option to find the motivation you need to start being more active, but studies show there’s a different, fluffier, way to add more exercise to your life. Instead of at-home gym equipment, all you need is a dog. Countless...

10 Winter Care Tips For Your Dog

When your dog loves snowball fights and getting cozy on the couch, winter can be the best time of year. The crisp air and potential for snow days are worth looking forward to, but not every dog is in love with winter. Between the snow, ice, and wind, the cold isn’t...

4 Scientifically Proven Ways Dogs Make People Happy

Dogs have always reigned as man’s best friend, and their position by our sides is stronger today than ever before. That bond has a lot to do with our inability to refuse a pair of puppy dog eyes, but science says there’s a lot more going on between dogs and humans...

6 Signs of Aging Every Dog Owner Should Look For

There’s no avoiding the fact that like you, your dog is aging. But unlike humans, dogs reach their golden years somewhere between seven and ten years old. The rate at which your dog ages will depend on their breed, size, and overall health. Giant breeds reach their...

5 Natural Remedies for Dogs with Anxiety

Dogs with anxiety tremble with fear, lick themselves until they bleed, and some of them resort to constant barking. They have indoor accidents years after being house trained, destroy everything within their reach, and some forms of anxiety can translate into...

Can Having a Dog Improve Your Gut Health?

While you’re busy wiping every surface in your home with an anti-bacterial cleaning solution, your dog has a different approach to dealing with dirt. They’re probably out in your yard right now rolling in the grass (as well as more questionable outdoor materials),...

How to Care for Your Dog’s Cracked and Dry Paws

Dogs don’t worry about lacing up their sneakers before going for a run or switching from sandals to boots when the temperature drops. All they need are their trusty paw pads, and they’re ready to take on the world. Paw pads absorb shock, insulate the body from extreme...

How Disabled Dogs Excel as Therapy Animals

There are therapy dogs that are blind, others are deaf, and many more are partially paralyzed and live their lives in wheelchairs. These disabled dogs are pulled out of high-kill shelters, saved from euthanasia lists at the last seconds, and rescued from dangerous...

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