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We recently started a new series intended to take a deeper look at special diets for your pets. Today we’re going to turn our attention to special diets for kidney issues.
The next ingredient we’re covering in our ongoing series on Healthy or Not So Healthy Ingredients for Your Pet is watermelon. Watermelon is a summer staple and every time I see a picture of a dog chewing away at the center of a watermelon, I wonder if it’s good for them or not.
Summertime is here and along with backyard barbecues, your pet’s summer days are probably filled with yard games, hikes and lounging at the pool. What a life. But the heat, sun, chlorinated water and overexertion can take a toll on your pet and you need to monitor their activity and make sure they stay cool and hydrated.
Summertime brings with it lots of great things including backyard barbecues, pool parties, county fairs and lots of outdoor activities. Your pets love to participate in these activities with you and enjoy every second of the fun. Until the fireworks come out.
Now that Memorial Day is passed, we are in full swing for summer fun. That includes outdoor adventures, trips to the beach and best of all backyard barbecues. Who doesn’t like a good backyard barbecue by the pool with hot dogs, hamburgers and your friends and neighbors! Everyone does, including your pets.
The American Kennel Club categorizes their 190 breeds into 8 different groups. As part of our ongoing breed series (Getting to Know Your…), we wanted to take a global look at these classifications and what characteristics separate the dogs into these different groups. Today, we look at the Miscellaneous Group.
Many dog owners think their dog is the smartest dog around and some of them may be right. This had us wondering if you can actually measure how smart your dog is. They can’t take an IQ test like humans do, but they can take a dog intelligence test.