How Your Dog Sleeps and What It Means

Possessing the capability of giving some extremely important insights into what’s exactly going on, a dog’s body language can be an absolute eye-opener! A good understanding of your pet dog’s body language will not only help you decipher what he wants but also deepen the bond you share. What entails this interpretation is the discernment of not just the conscious body language of your pet dog but also the unconscious one - when he is sleeping. And so we list down the possible explanations of your dog’s sleeping positions! On the Side Ever contemplated why “my dog sleeps against me”...

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Why to Consider Premium Pet Food?

Your choice of what you feed your pet is one of the most important decisions, you as a pet parent make. A responsible pet parent not only knows all about their choice of pet food but also knows the benefits their pet is going to reap off it. With the pet food industry evolving by the day, there’s an abundance of nutritional goodness for pets. High-quality or premium food is one such element of today’s pet food industry that’s especially garnering the attention of pet parents who will not settle for anything but the best for their pet! The attention...

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Obesity in Pets: All You Need To Know

Pet Obesity is defined as excess fat in your pet’s body, enough to impair their health, welfare, and quality of life. Round and tubby are often considered cute, however, as a responsible pet owner, you should be able to tell the difference between a ‘healthy dog’ or an ‘obese dog’! So, how do you know? You should be able to see and feel the outline of your dog’s ribs without excess fat covering them. You should be able to see and feel your dog’s waist, and it should be clearly visible when viewed from above. Your dog’s belly should be...

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Dog Feed Ingredients You MUST Look Out For!

Every component that your dog consumes can shape their overall health. It becomes more important to closely look at their daily intake, given off age villains like GMOs that can do more bad than good to your pet if gone unnoticed. As an expert tip, checking out the first three ingredients can be a great start point, but let’s look at what should they be! Protein Sources A good kibble will always have its protein source as the first ingredient. Dogs are omnivores by nature and so it’s natural for them to crave the taste of meat. Meat meets not only...

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Doggy Diets - What Food Is Absolutely Out?

There's a lot of information floating around about what you can and cannot feed dogs. Everyone knows chocolate is awful for dogs, but what else should be on that list? And why?  We're here to help you get started on understanding your pets' dietary needs better. Xylitol Many diet foods or food that claims to be sugar-free are usually loaded with xylitol as an alternative to sugar, and while humans are okay consuming it... it's awful for your dog. Xylitol can cause your dog's blood sugar to drop and can also cause liver problems. Be sure to read that ingredient list...

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