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If you’ve noticed black spots on dogs paw pads, you’re not alone. Our pitball Hera had that issue once, and it was a mystery we couldn’t figure out until we took her to the vet. Luckily, it wasn’t anything serious. To help other dog owners with this issue, we decided to write everything we learned....

“Why do huskies lick so much?” is a question that many husky owners may find themselves asking. The behavior of excessive licking in huskies can be perplexing and even worrying. However, understanding the reasons behind this behavior can help owners manage it better. In this article, we will delve into the various factors that contribute...

If you’re reading this, it’s likely that you have a furry friend who has been experiencing issues with anal glands, and you’re wondering what can be done to help them. Removing a dog’s anal glands is a common procedure that can relieve your pet, but it’s also essential to understand what’s involved and what to...

Are you considering adding a Doberman to your family as your first dog? If so, you may have heard mixed reviews about the breed. On one hand, Dobermans are known for their intelligence, loyalty, and protective nature. On the other hand, they can also be strong-willed and may require more training and socialization than some...

If you’re saying: “My dog is ruining my mental health.”, get the help you need below. It seems like my dog has become a source of stress and anxiety instead of the source of comfort and companionship that I had hoped for. My dog is destructive, disobedient, and just generally unpleasant to be around. He...

If you’re saying, “My dog ate Chips Ahoy cookies!” we know you’re concerned. The first thing you should know is that your furry friend is going to be okay. Keep reading to find out when to worry and what to do after your dog eats Chips Ahoy cookies. My Dog Ate Chips Ahoy Cookies –...

Your dog ate fish oil pill, and now you don’t know about to do about it. Is it going to hurt your dog or is it fine? Keep reading to find out if you should be concerned. Dog Ate Fish Oil Pill – What to Do About It If your dog ate fish oil pill,...

If your dog ate an earring, you need to call the veterinarian as soon as possible. A foreign object like an earring in the digestive tract could cause severe damage leading to life-threatening consequences. Dog Ate an Earring: Why It’s a Medical Emergency If your dog ate an earring, consider it a medical emergency. All...

One of the most common ways to provide positive reinforcement during dog training is by giving a treat. Unfortunately, not all dogs are motivated by dog treats. If your dog won’t take treats on walk, keep reading to find out why and what to do instead. Common Causes of Why a Dog Won’t Take Treats...

Dogs are highly in tune with the world around them. Dogs can sense depression in humans and react when they cry. Can dogs sense autism in humans, though? Let’s find out. Autism Spectrum Disorder Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects the way people communicate with others, behave toward them, and learn. It’s a neurological and developmental...

Whether you own a dog or don’t, there’s nothing fun about removing dog poop from the bottom of your shoes. It’s difficult and tedious. Fortunately, there are some tricks you can employ to make it easier. Keep reading for information on how to get dog poop off shoes. Tips on How to Get Dog Poop...

Dogs LOVE rope toys. What’s not to love? They are soft and you can tear them apart. While some dogs will rip pieces from a rope toy and spit them out, others will swallow the string. If your dog ate string from rope toy, find out what you need to do below. What Happens When...

Red Rock Biologics reports that about 300,000 dogs and cats are bitten every year by venomous snakes in the United States. In addition, dogs are 500 times more likely to be bitten by a poisonous snake than suffer from rabies. Fortunately, the dog rattlesnake vaccine is available. Below you will learn about the rattlesnake vaccine...

Are you thinking of rehoming your dog after having a baby? You’re not alone. Many people consider rehoming dog after baby. Rehoming Dog After Baby: Should You Do It? To help you with your decision, answer the following questions and then read what you should do about the answer. Is Your Dog Suffering? Do you...

When COVID hit, many people began working from home with their furry friends. Once COVID was under control, many people returned to work. Many of those people brought their lovable pups to work with them. The problem? Many dog owners are now wondering why their dog doesn’t like sitting at desk. Even if your situation...

If you’re looking for how to stop dogs from marking, you’re likely very frustrated, angry, annoyed, and desperate. Urine marking is not something you absolutely love about your pet. We get it. That’s why Dog Ownership Guide wants to help you find a solution that is quick and easy.     How to Stop Dogs...

Dogs can have allergies in any season, but dog allergies in winter can present like other conditions, such as the flu. That’s why it’s important to know as a dog owner whether your dog is suffering from seasonal allergies in the winter months or something much more serious. How Common Are Dog Allergies in Winter?...

Many puppy owners want to save money by giving puppy vaccinations at home. It is legal to purchase puppy shots and administer them, but there are some things you must know before doing it. Puppy Vaccinations at Home Some states, such as Virginia, allow dog owners to give their puppy shots at home. However, the...

If your dog’s anal glands smell, Dog Ownership Guide can help. Anal gland problems aren’t impossible to solve. Why Do Dog’s Anal Glands Smell The reason your dog’s anal glands smell is that your dog doesn’t express them while pooping. When a dog’s anal glands aren’t expressed, they fill up with fluid. The fluid in...

Have you said: “My dog snores and sounds congested.”? If so, we have the information you need to help you figure out what to do about it.   Why Your Dog Snores and Sounds Congested Dogs snore when air passes through the tissues in the dog’s nose, mouth, and throat vibrate. The snoring sound happens...

If you’re looking for information on Lyme vaccine for dogs pros and cons, we have them for you. With this article, you will be able to make a decision on whether or not you should have your veterinarian give your pup the Lyme vaccine.   Lyme Vaccine for Dogs: Pros and Cons When you know...

Is your dog eating bees? It may be fun to see him jump up and down and all around chasing bees and then chomp down on them, but is it okay? Dog Ownership Guide did the research so you don’t have to do it yourself. What to Know About Your Dog Eating Bees It’s important...

The canine influenza vaccine has only been around since 2009. Before that time, dogs did not receive a flu vaccine. Now that it is available, it’s a good idea to know the pros and cons of dog flu vaccine before agreeing to it for your pup.   Background on the Dog Flu Vaccine The canine...

You’re at your wit’s end. You’ve been potty training your puppy or adult dog, and it’s just not working. Now, you’re asking yourself what’s the last resort for dog potty training. The good news is that Dog Ownership Guide can help you. We get how frustrating and disheartening failed housetraining can be, but don’t let...

If you’re a Siberian husky owner, you know all too well the unique personality of the breed. It’s likely why you’re asking: Why are huskies so dramatic? The good news is that Dog Ownership Guide went on a mission to uncover why huskies are so dramatic, so you don’t have to do it yourself. Understanding...

Rehoming a dog with behavior problems isn’t easy, but there are ways to make it easier. The following tips will help you make finding a new home that’s best for your pup a better than expected experience. What to Know When Rehoming a Dog with Behavior Problems Do NOT keep the behavior problems a secret....

Adopting a dog can be a rewarding and enriching experience, but it also involves a lot of responsibility and commitment. A dog is not just a cute and cuddly companion, but also a living being that depends on you for its care, safety, and well-being. Before you decide to adopt a dog, it’s important to...

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