What they don’t tell you about pet insurance: Written by the team at Money.com Pets have always been part of the modern familial hierarchy in America, with 67% of households owning at least one. This reflects a significant increase since 1988 when only 56% of households did. Despite the economic hardships that pets can impose, … Continue reading Pet Insurance Saves Money
EverPup was designed to boost your dog's immune system, repair DNA, keep her organs healthy, and provide any vitamins and minerals that may be missing from her diet.
Feeding your dog is a part of your daily routine, and it's easy to grab a couple of cups of the same dry pet food and pour it into your dog’s bowl. For the most part, your pet’s dry food is a nutritionally balanced meal that is tasty and healthy for them. However, these same … Continue reading Human Foods That Dogs Can Enjoy
When your dog is suffering from cancer, watching them fight can become overwhelming. And, it’s equally as frustrating since we can’t help as much as we would like to. Thankfully, there continues to be more and more research released regarding alternative treatments. One potential alternative treatment you may want to investigate is CBD oil. Fortunately, … Continue reading How CBD Oil May Help Dogs with Cancer
Through my previous articles, you have learned about the damage our commercial dog food can do to our dog's body. But, a home-based diet (homemade dog food) requires adding many ingredients to your dog's routine. Clearly, it's easier to buy dog food in a bag from the store, but I have compiled a few simple … Continue reading Say Goodbye to Kibble with These Home Recipes
Written by Nat Smith, Rover.com community member. Rover is the nation’s largest network of 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers. They say that dog owners live happier, longer lives. One big reason? Dogs can help you get out more often, stick to your workouts, and stay upbeat while you’re at it. How can your pet […] … Continue reading Why Dog Owners are Happier
April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month, Canine Companions would like to help pet parents prepare for the unexpected, and we have a few tips to share with you. Taking care of your dog in the case of an emergency can be challenging, frustrating, and all around overwhelming. Most families view their dog as an … Continue reading Be Prepared: Make a First Aid Kit for Your Dog
Hello, everyone! I'm so happy you're here. As you can see, the Dog Behavior Blog has been completely revamped. As I was sitting down to write an article for you, there are so many ideas popping through my head. But, before I write another article, I want to hear from you. What do you need … Continue reading Let’s Hear From You: What Do You Need?
Every dog parent strives to raise a behaviorally balanced dog, but most of them end up asking what’s wrong with my dog? We, accidentally, promote some unwanted behaviors in our dogs. A lot of dog parents encourage unwanted behaviors because they find it cute. If the behavior has been rewarded for a long time, it … Continue reading 6 Unwanted Dog Behaviors That Dog Owners Encourage
As a Canine Behaviorist, I am continuously searching for new ways to help improve the lives of dogs and their families. The most common ailments and illnesses I am approached with...? Anxiety. Separation Anxiety. Anxiety from cancer. Anxiety from new situations. One of the products I have been learning about in the canine behavior and … Continue reading How CannaCanine’s CBD Oil Can Help Your Dog