Sara Logan Wilson

Sara is a writer for Canine Journal. She adores dogs and recently adopted a rescue pup named Beamer. Whole she may be adjusting to life with another being to care for, she needed no time to adjust to all the extra love.

How To Treat Pancreatitis In Dogs

Dogs sick on bed

Pancreatitis, or inflammation and swelling of the pancreas, is a painful and seldom-understood affliction that affects dogs worldwide. While spontaneous canine pancreatitis is not particularly well understood, veterinarians do have an idea behind the causes that contribute to this condition, its related conditions and symptoms, and treatment methods to lessen symptoms…

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Frontline vs Advantage: Which Is Better To Keep Your Dog Flea Free?

Frontline vs Advantage

Fleas and ticks love to reside in pet’s fur (especially when it’s warm as they can’t live above freezing). Not only are these pesky parasites are a nuisance, they create health concerns too. Keep fleas and ticks from bothering your pup (and you) with a regular dose of medication. We’ve reviewed two of the most popular options on the market so you can compare and find which is a better fit your furry friend….

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How To Deal With The Death Of Your Dog

Dog grave (caption: How To Deal With Dog Death)

Your pet is a part of your family and losing them can be emotionally devastating. If you or someone you know recently lost a canine companion, we offer you our most sincere condolences. We’ve been there and understand the pain you are feeling right now. At the same time, discussing and sharing stories of your pet after losing them one way to begin the healing process…

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How To Get Rid Of Fleas: Treatments & Tips To Prevent

Dog bathing (caption: 9 natural ways to get rid of fleas)

Got fleas? That bites – literally! When it comes to household pests, there is one pest in particular that sends fear deep into a dog-owner’s heart – fleas. There are many common misconceptions about fleas and a wide number of possible solutions to getting rid of them; however, not every “cure” is created equal. Some cures for flea infestation have been proven to be completely effective while others don’t even make a dent. Whether your flea problem begins with a single flea carried by your pet, or with a whole host transferred to your home unknowingly, the result always ends in infestation. So, getting rid of fleas will take a concerted effort. Luckily, we’ve got some tips to help you out in your battle…

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“Pit Bull” Facts and Why We Love This Dog

Pit Bull

Over the decades dog lovers have read headline after headline positioning one breed or another as “dangerous.” Most recently the newest “fall dog” is the pit bull. This article and accompanying infographic will take a look at just how accurate the label of “dangerous dog” fits the pit bull breed as a whole and look at the real facts behind bully breeds…

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Dog Euthanasia: When Is It Time To Say Goodbye?

Sad pug

Euthanasia of a pet is one of the toughest things — if not the toughest thing — a pet owner may ever have to do. Yet this is a decision everyone must be prepared to make when they commit to taking on the responsibility of giving a pet a forever home. This article discusses the unfortunate process of dog euthanasia; when it’s the right time, and how to cope when your friend is gone…

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Best Dog Activity Monitor: FitBark vs Whistle vs Link AKC & More

Dog wearing collar

How cool would it be to track your dog’s daily activity (think Fitbit for your pup!)? Your wish is now reality and we recently took a look at the leaders in this new and exciting category to review the top players. From GPS tracking and fitness monitoring to goal setting and comparing your dog to others, you are going to be blown away by all the cool features in these new high-tech devices…

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