All posts by Ali M

A pregnant dog expecting a litter of puppies

Best Dog Food for Pregnant Dogs – TOP 5 Picks For Feeding A Nursing Dog

Knowing your dog’s dietary requirements as they progress through different life stages is important. What and how much your dog eats when they are a puppy, adult, and senior is likely going to change over time unless you can stick to one high quality food designed for all life stages. Feeding a pregnant dog is […]

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A Heavily Pregnant Dog One Week Before Birth

Dog Pregnancy Stages and What to Expect When Your Dog is Expecting

Watching a dog go through pregnancy and give birth to puppies can be an exciting and special time, but owners who are going through the process for the first time can find it a little daunting. Knowing about the different pregnancy stages and what to expect from your expecting dog can help ease any unsureness […]

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So how do Probiotics really help your dog

Best Dog Probiotics – So how do Probiotics really help your dog?

Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that aid in gut health. Most people think of bacteria as being bad. That’s true in a lot of cases, but there’s also ‘good bacteria’ in our bodies that help promote healthy digestion. Studies have been conducted on the effects and benefits of probiotics in humans, but research into […]

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Three Adult Boxer Dogs eagerly awaiting to be fed

Best Boxers Dog Food: Raw Feed or Commercial Kibble?

Originally bred as guard dogs, Boxers are a medium breed that also makes a great family dog. Boxers love kids and being around their people, plus they generally get along well with strangers and other dogs. This breed is high energy, so they do best living an active lifestyle with lots of play and exercise. Getting […]

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Grain Free Diet for Labradoodle Dogs and Puppies

Labradoodles Nutrition – Which is Best Raw or Commercial Foods?

Labradoodles are a cross between a poodle and a Labrador retriever. They’re hypoallergenic and were originally bred as guide dogs, but since then they’ve become a popular family dog too. Labradoodles are easy to love because they’re very social with people, kids, and other dogs. As a bonus, they don’t shed a lot either. The adorable, […]

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Relaxed Puppy Sleeping

How to Get a Puppy To Sleep Through The Night

Getting a new puppy can be very exciting. They’re so cute, rambunctious, and playful, but what some people don’t think of is how tiring it can be to take care of a puppy. Puppies are just like babies. They need you to feed them, clean them, teach them, and take care of them. They’re up […]

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A Mixed-Breed Brown Dog Howling

7 Fullproof Methods on How to Stop Your Dog from Excessive Barking

Dogs bark. It’s how they communicate and let us know when they need something, but sometimes dogs start to bark excessively which can be annoying not only for you, but also for your neighbors. It’s important to teach your dog when it’s okay to bark and when it isn’t early on, so their barking doesn’t […]

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A working Siberian Husky, exploring their diet and feeding nutrition guide,

Siberian Huskies Diet: Which Food Is Best to Feed Raw or Commercial?

What we now know as Siberian Huskies started when dogs were crossbred with Arctic wolves thousands of years ago. These wolf-like dogs were trained to help tribes by working alongside hunters, transporting goods, and scent tracking. Siberian Huskies are working dogs bred for speed and endurance. It’s important that their owners understand the breed and […]

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Why does a dog pee in the house? Is it behavioral or health related?

How to Stop a Dog from Peeing in the House (Troubleshooting & Useful Tips)

One of the first things that you should be prepared for when you get a puppy is housetraining. The earlier you start and the more consistent you are, the smoother the entire process will be! If you’re adopting an adult dog, and you’re lucky, they will probably already be house-broken. If not, it can be […]

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A labrador lying down with an elevated temperature

Pyrexia in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes and Treatments for Dog Fever

If you’ve ever reached out to pet your pup and felt they’re really warm, you would naturally get concerned. Dogs have a higher body temperature than us humans. In dogs, normal core (rectal) temperature is approximately 101 -102.5 degrees Fahrenheit (38.0 -39.0 degrees Celsius), though some normal fluctuations outside this range is very likely during […]

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