Dog Sunburn: Prevention Tips, Detection Methods, and Natural Remedies

Sunburn is as painful for dogs as it is for people. Holistic veterinarian Dr. Anna Maria Wolf shares essential tips for putting sunscreen on your dog, preventive measures you can take, and how to treat a dog sunburn. In this article: Signs a dog has a sunburn Dog breeds at highest risk Types of sunburn […]

Ultimate Pet Aromatherapy Guide for Dogs and Cats

What You Need to Know About Essential Oils and Pet Aromatherapy I draw on my decade of experience with fragrances to explain pet aromatherapy, which oils work best for dogs and cats, and how to use it. You’ll also find tips and advice from Dr. Nancy Brandt, author of four pet aromatherapy books. Inside this […]

Tips and Expert Advice on How to Calm Dog Anxieties with Natural Remedies

Anxiety in dogs is common. I used my decade of experience in the fragrance industry to create a spa-inspired line of pet care products to help my dog with anxiety. Dr. Jennifer Coates explains how natural remedies and treatments can help. Inside this article: Natural treatments for behavioral/activity Natural consumable supplements Aromatherapy, pheromones, and other […]

Pick the Perfect Dog for Your Allergies!

While a hypoallergenic dog will not solve all of your allergy issues, you may notice that certain breeds of dog will not cause you as many problems as other breeds. Below is a list of hypoallergenic dogs that you can use when deciding which breed to make your own. Terriers – These dogs have short […]

Protecting Your Sweetie from Heat Stroke

What is heat stroke? Too much time exposed to the dangerous combination of increased temperature and humidity can lead to a heat stroke. A mammal’s body (and that includes humans, too) can only tolerate temperatures up to about 107 degrees before cells start dying. The higher the temperature, the faster this occurs. The longer the […]

Smelling Good and Feeling Nice, the Importance of Grooming Your Dog

If you have a dog, then you are already familiar with the art of dog grooming. If you are just considering a new pet, there is plenty to think about and this includes their appearance. Some dogs are easier to care for than others, including ones with shorter hair. A dog with long hair requires […]

Tips for Making the Most of Your Dog’s Golden Years

With appropriate care most dogs live complete and happy lives.  Unfortunately, an adored pet never seems to live long enough. Each breed has different life spans.  While taking care of your aging dog you need to adapt his environment for his comfort.  As dogs get older, they develop aches, joint pain, generalized weakness and an […]

6 Great Tips For Getting Your Dog Potty Trained

Lots of people think that getting doggy potty trained is a tough task, but it doesn’t need to be. If you arm yourself with plenty of information for the best ways to get your dog house trained, you are on the right path to having a dog that goes to the bathroom where you want […]

Take the Bite Out of Chewing!

The act of chewing seems to be a matter of individual preference among dogs: some have an innate desire to chew as a pleasurable activity in itself, and some seem to have no need to chew whatsoever unless they’re driven to it out of sheer boredom. The phrase “destructive chewing” may sound redundant, because by […]

Pet Care Guru Gerrard Larriett Announces Strategic Partnership With PetSittingology.com

July 15, 2014 Entrepreneur and pet product specialist Gerrard Larriett just announced a strategic partnership with PetSittingology.com, an innovative new website that helps individuals start and manage their pet sitting business. The partnership will allow pet sitters who are affiliated with PetSittingology to become a Gerrard Larriett independent sales rep. According to Joshua Cary, founder […]