The problem many dog owners know: ugly reddish-brown spots under the eyes of your pup. They are particularly visible in dogs with a light coat. These so-called tear stains not only disturb the aesthetic overall impression, but can also point to health problems. In this article, you will find answers to the following two questions: What causes tear stains in the dog, and how can I naturally remove my dog’s tear stains?
Do you know that common household items cause almost 214,000 cases of pet poisoning every year? It seems natural to think that your dog can eat whatever you serve yourself. Unfortunately, your well-meaning generosity can often lead to unexpected—and even fatal—consequences.
Safeguard your pooch’s health by familiarizing yourself with the most common household items that are toxic to your dogs.
As you all know, Wynston and I are always on the go. Whether we’re traversing the roads for another adventure or hitting up a local restaurant with friends, we’re constantly out and about. While exploring is fun and outings are a blast, Wynston is always at risk for fleas and ticks like every other dog. It’s my responsibility as a dog mom to make sure Wynston is protected at all times. It’s especially important that I prevent parasites since we travel so frequently. I don’t want to risk him having to deal with fleas and ticks, or spreading them elsewhere.
Last year I discovered PetArmor® Plus, and now it’s our go-to flea and tick treatment and preventative! Thankfully Wynston has never battled fleas or ticks, but I take measures to ensure he stays healthy and safe. PetArmor Plus is the best way to keep your dogs (and cats) protected from pests year round. Allow me to share more detail about why I choose PetArmor Plus for my rescue animals, and I even have a $4 off coupon for you!
Having an anxious dog can be tough, particularly if they are afraid of thunderstorms. After all, there are many things you can do to mitigate anxiety-inducing situations for your pups, but controlling the weather is one thing that you just can’t do. Luckily, though, if you have a dog that is afraid of thunderstorms, there are some steps you can take to help make storms more tolerable and less panic-inducing for your pets. Here are some helpful ways that you can help out your scared dog during a storm.
We love NomNomNow. I was introduced to the brand almost two years ago and it’s still my favorite fresh pet food delivery service. (Later I will share with you what makes them stand out among other companies). NomNomNow started as a homemade dog food delivery service but now they offer cat food, too! They make it convenient for me to order food for ALL of my kids. With NomNomNow you can get your pet on a healthier, happier diet with the convenience of delivery. Plus I’m offering 20% off for you to get started!