Gotta Love It Articles
Awesome, educational tips on pets and pet products.
Well it is toasty out! What tastes better than a nice cold smoothie or ice cream on a hot summer day? Your dog thinks the same thing... trust us! Here is our homemade pooch smoothie recipe to whip up your dog a yummy, healthy, vitamin and protein packed snack to enjoy outside. Ingredients: 5.3oz Plain Greek Yogurt 1 Banana 1/3 cup Natural Peanut Butter 1/2 cup Fresh or Frozen Blueberries handful of ice-cubes water to thin and blend as needed Directions: In a blender add the plain greek yogu
You may think, "What? How can my dog or cat get a sunburn under all that fur and end up with skin cancer?," but it's true. According to the Veterinary Specialty Hospital in San Diego, about 33% of tumors in dogs start in the skin and about 1/3 of those are cancerous. For cats, about 25% of all cancers are skin. And here's something else... the sun can reflect off the beach or sidewalk and hit the bald areas of your dog's belly causing cancer (the belly is the primary location for skin cancer to
Every day thousands of dogs are diagnosed with some form of kidney disease. With a diagnosis like this, your dog has to have a change in their daily diet, so we created this healthy, kidney-friendly, easy to make recipe for some fun "Pupsicles" for your dog to enjoy! Of course, please double check with your vet if you are unsure of any of these ingredients for your specific dog. And yes, these are yummy enough for all dogs to enjoy on a hot day so feel free to share with your other doggie friend
Proper care of your dog's paws can ensure they stay soft and pain free. Just like human feet, paws get a lot of beating. From freezing pavement and burning snow melt, to frying hot asphalt and burns, dogs depend on you as their owner to help care for their paws and keep them safe in all the elements. Part 1 of this blog post is all about proper paw care during the Winter. During the cold, snowy months, dogs with long fur can attract snow and ice to the fur between their toes and create little sn