The Brain Injury Association of NC connects dogs with people and families affected by brain injuries with their 3rd Annual Walk-N-Wag event. Learn how dogs can help this population participate in their communities.
Oct. 1-7 is National Walk Your Dog Week. Celebrating by examining statistics about dog walking, learn reasons why people don’t walk their dogs, and consider tips for making the most of your dog walking experience.
Dog paw care is an essential part of your puppy’s overall health and well-being. By properly using preventative measures, regular inspection, and quick treatment, you can help ensure that your puppy’s feet stay strong and healthy.
Discover puppy dehydration signs and symptoms, reasons for puppy dehydration, and what to do if you suspect your puppy is dehydrated to keep your puppy cool and hydrated during this hot summer (and year-round).
Why does your adult dog’s breath smell like old gym socks while a puppy’s breath is so good? Explore what exactly puppy breath is, why it smells so good, how to keep your puppy’s teeth clean, and could cause foul puppy breath.
By providing structure and consistency, developing a puppy schedule sets the foundation for a happy, healthy, and well-adjusted adult dog. Find out why puppies need a daily schedule and how to establish a routine for your puppy with our tips.
A lost puppy is a traumatic event, but you can increase chances of a reunion by microchipping your puppy. Discover what exactly a microchip is, how they work, common concerns, and what to do if you find a lost dog.