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Looking to feed your dog healthier, cleaner dog food? Natural dog food can give your dog the balanced diet she needs.

Fish Oil For Dogs: Could Your Dog Benefit From It?

Fish Oil pills

If your dog eats a diet consisting mostly of Omega 6 fats, aka heavy in grains and plant-based oils, he may need fish oil to help balance out his diet. However, if your dog eats a grain-free diet consisting of raw, grass-fed meats, supplementation probably isn’t necessary. Either way, you’ll want to consult your vet before adding anything new to your dog’s diet. But, if you’re curious about what fish oil can do for your dog keep reading…

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Best Training Treats For Dogs: Which Treat Should You Use?

Dog walking with trainer and treat

Picking a treat to give your dog while training can be tricky. You don’t want to give her a treat filled with calories. Especially since you’ll be giving her many at a time. You also want one that is all natural, without any artificial flavors or colors. That’s why it’s so important to read the labels of every food related item you purchase, whether it’s for you or your pet. Our rule is, if you can’t pronounce the ingredient you shouldn’t buy it! Below are some of the treats we’ve reviewed for this article…

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Doggy Day Spa: Essential Oils For Dogs

Essential Oils For Dogs

Ahhh, ode de toilet is the scent of choice among canines everywhere. But, are essential oils safe for dogs? Not all. So it’s important to do your research before trying aromatherapy on your pup. Some of the oils we discuss in this article can help with flea infestations, arthritis and more…

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Why Are Dogs’ Noses Wet, And What’s The Best Treatment For Dry Noses?

Dog nose close-up

We’re sure you’ve found yourself telling your dog to get that cold, wet nose out of your personal space at some point! But have you ever wondered, ‘why do dogs have wet noses?’ Our favorite canine companions differ from us humans and our beloved feline friends in a puzzling way. Their noses are normally wet — and normally should be. But why are dogs’ noses wet? And if they’re not, does that mean that something’s wrong? Can you do anything to help your pup if his nose is dry? If so, what’s the best dog dry nose treatment? Here, we’ll answer all of your questions to put you and your pup at ease…

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Naked Dog Box Reviews: Grain-Free, Clothing Optional

Dog eating food out of bag

Have you ever gotten down to the last scoop of dog food only to realize you’ve run out? Or do you find yourself wondering if the food you feed your furry friend is even good for them? Naked Dog Box (a new subscription offering from Naked Dog Shop) takes the worry out of both by delivering fresh, healthy dog food to your dog every two weeks. The subscription service is not only nutritious, but it’s also doggone delicious. Plus, each delivery comes with a surprise for your pup. Read on to learn more in our Naked Dog Box reviews…

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Holistic Dog Food: Dogs Need A Balanced Diet Too

Holistic Dog Food

As pet owners become more informed as to the nutritional contents of their dog’s food, more owners are turning to holistic dog food as the answer. With the information provided here, readers will find out what makes a dog food holistic, why holistic foods are better for some dogs and some popular brands of holistic dog food….

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Toxins Be Gone: Pet Safe Cleaning Products

Bowl of baking soda: Pet Safe Cleaning Products

If you use common household cleaners, you could be slowly poisoning your dog without even knowing it. You could be putting your pooch at risk for developing cancer, kidney or liver damage down the road. In fact, studies have proven the toxic effects of such ingredients as ammonia, bleach, chlorine, gycol ethers and formaldehyde on humans and pets. And pets are even more vulnerable. Pets pick up residues from cleaning products and then groom themselves, spreading these toxic materials on their skin, coat, mouths, nose and eyes. As a responsible dog owner, it’s time to ditch your chemical-laden cleaners for pet safe cleaning products…

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Acupuncture For Dogs: Can It Heal Your Dog?

Dog getting acupuncture

Wondering if dog acupuncture is a good idea for treating what ails your pup? The only one who can answer that question is a vet trained in traditional Chinese veterinary medicine. However, we can teach you a little bit about TCVM, canine acupuncture and why you might want to consider it to help improve your pup’s health…

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Should You Consider A Dog Chiropractor?

Dog at doctor: Should You Consider a Dog Chiropractor?

Are you tired of seeing your dog in pain or struggle with his loss of agility? Have you tried surgery or other veterinary interventions to help relieve his discomfort but haven’t seen the results you’re looking for? It may be time for you to consider a dog chiropractor. We’ll help break down what dog chiropractic is all about, when it can help, where to find help, and more…

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