By Samantha Drake
These dogs all have a red, white, and blue pedigree but tend to get overlooked in favor of the more popular American-made breeds. Here’s why you should get to know them.
By Victoria Schade
You and your dog love having adventures together. Including your dog in your daily life can be great for maintaining his socialization skills, but the fact is, many gatherings aren’t a fit for all pups. Some dogs are happy and confident no matter the environment, while others skew more cautious and prefer to avoid crowds of people or unfamiliar situations. To add to the potential problem, you might be too engrossed in your own good time to recognize if your dog isn’t sharing your enthusiasm for the event. As your dog’s advocate, it’s up to you to consider what types of situations are appropriate for him, and which he should skip. The following list of events can be surprisingly challenging to many dogs.
By Teresa Traverse
Knowing when to switch your dog’s food isn’t an easy task. After all, unless the food is making your dog sick, there’s no use changing it. Right? Well, not necessarily.
Our vet experts share eight reasons why you should consider changing your dog’s food.
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