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The Dog Gestation Period: Symptoms, Pregnancy Care And Puppy Prep

Are congratulations in order? If your dog is about to become a mom, the dog gestation period can be equally exciting and nerve-racking. Like any first-timer, you’ll have questions that need answers — such as, how long are dogs pregnant, how do you care for a pregnant dog and what... more

Strokes In Dogs: Everything You Need To Know About Symptoms, Causes And Treatment

It’s rare when the words “stroke” and “scary” don’t appear in the same sentence. That’s why it’s important for dog owners to know the symptoms of a dog stroke and how to move forward with treatment. A sudden loss of balance and a head tilt are just some of the... more

How To Stop Your Dog From Peeing In The House

You know that face — the sad, guilty look a dog flashes when he’s been caught peeing in the house. Your first thought may be to scold him, but is that really going to stop it from happening again? In most cases, the answer is no. There could be medical... more

10 Easy Homemade Treats Your Cat (And Instagram!) Will Totally Love

Dogs will do just about anything for a treat. Cats? Not so much. Even still, it’s nice to have cat treats in your arsenal for birthdays, special occasions (Hello, Hug Your Cat Day) or for those moments when your stubborn kitty needs a little extra motivation. We rounded up 10... more

7 Instagram-Worthy Dog Desserts For Birthdays And Beyond

It’s your dog’s birthday, or maybe she’s hit a new training milestone and you want to do something special. If us humans celebrate with cake and sweet treats, why shouldn’t your precious pooch, too? Of course The Great British Baking Show confections you want to create and show off on... more

Dogs And Hotspots: Causes, Treatments, And Home Remedies

Sure, they’re commonly known as hotspots, but in some cases, “hot mess” may be a more accurate description. Hotspots are hot, sometimes oozing, moist, reddened lesions that appear on the skin of dogs, and as you probably guessed, they can be painful and itchy. Excessive licking and chewing causes hotspots... more