Time for Pain Medication 101

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Hearing your dog whimper or yelp can definitely jar you. Seeing your pup limp can worry you. Witnessing your senior dog with arthritis gingerly walk up steps can make you cringe. Like us, our dogs are not shielded from pain that is simply defined as any physical discomfort caused by injury or disease. Pain can …

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Do You Need a Dog Muzzle? Behavior Clues Provide an Answer

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When your dog is biting or eating inedible items like rocks, it’s time for muzzle training.

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Neutering Your Dog: Everything You Need To Know

Neutering is a big decision for dog owners. Knowing and understanding exactly what happens is sometimes really useful for non-veterinary professionals to understand what actually happens – in leymans terms. This is being written in order to give you transparency and is not a guide for the procedure. This article will also be a little […]

Dr. Aziza’s Tips on How To Know When it’s Really Time to Book a Vet Appointment

If your pet isn’t showing any of the obvious signs of illness, it may not be clear whether you need to book a vet appointment for them. We’ve asked Freshpet Vet, Dr. Aziza, to share her top tips for determining when it’s really time to book a vet appointment for your pet. Tip #1: It’s […]

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Australian Shepherd Pup Can’t Help Falling In Love With Orphaned Kittens

Nathan, a dog dad from Canada, originally created the Tik Tok account “Tales of Arlo” (@TalesOfArlo) to share videos of his Australian Shepherd puppy Arlo. While Arlo’s still the main focus, the account also features some of the kittens Nathan fosters. Several litters of foster kittens have come through this household at various times, but one video shows how Arlo really stepped up to look after a litter of orphaned cats. Little did he or his dad know, Arlo would … Read more

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We Love This Heartwarmingly Hilarious Tribute To “The Very Best Bad Dog”

Saying goodbye to a dog is hard enough, but writing a eulogy when your pup has passed can be extremely daunting. How do you take a whole life and pack it into so few words? What do you say to express all the joy, love, and mischief that you and your dog experienced together in a way that is true to your pup? We were so impressed when we saw this beautiful farewell to a furry family member who recently … Read more

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Paralyzed Pit Bull Lands Special Spot At Handicapped Sanctuary

Paralyzed Pit Bull puppy gets adopted

Promise the young Pit Bull was paralyzed as a puppy after a car door slammed on her leg. Now she uses a wheelchair to get around, and it doesn’t hold her back one bit. She has so much love to give, and she always approaches life with the cutest puppy smile. After spending the first year of her life in a shelter, she has finally been adopted by a sanctuary for special needs dogs like her. She’s even Instagram famous … Read more

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RVing with Dogs: Tips from Pet Influencers

If, like us, you’ve always dreamed of exploring the open road with your dog in an RV, we’ve got some tips for you! Today we have a guest post with tips from pet influencers who are exploring America with their dogs (and cats!) and sharing their best tips on RVing with dogs–and some of their …

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Spaying Your Dog: Everything You Need To Know

The conversation of having your young pup spayed is certainly going to come up at some point during your dog’s vaccines. Veterinarians are always happy to educate owners on why having your female dog spayed is important, especially if you’re not going to be doing any breeding.  Even if you’re on board with the procedure, […]