In many instances, taking your dog on vacation simply isn’t feasible. However, leaving your dog in someone else’s care can be stressful, for both dog and owner. Listed here are tips for finding the best care for your pet while you are on vacation.
Whether traveling across town or across country, there are many considerations that must be made when your dog is in tow. Here are some tips for traveling with your dog to ensure the safety and well-being of your pet.
Many dogs suffer from noise anxiety, which is the extreme fear of unexpected loud noises. For some animals, noise anxiety can be crippling. Loud noises can cause stress and inflammation which in turn can trigger bad behavior and health problems too. Here, methods for minimizing noise anxiety due to thunderstorms and fireworks will be discussed.
Over the past couple of years, I’ve talked to a few small animal vets whose opinions I listen to more than others. These are guys who haven’t sold out to the big animal drug companies and so “tell it like it is”. And I was a bit surprised when all shared at one time or another “We’re killing our pets.” So I asked why.
All dog owners deal with what we call “limp and gimp” from time to time, but how do you know when it's injury versus inflammation? WINPRO Mobility is made up of a blend of animal blood proteins called KThrive, that often times will work in as little as 48 hours, so you can actually see it work!
Inflammation is the normal response of our body’s immune system to injuries and other stressors like infections and exercise. This uses up energy, which leaves us feeling tired.
Performance dogs don’t take days off and need help to recoup from the rigors of training. They need a program centered on conditioning and skill building as well as recovery.
Dogs with jobs are particularly prone to stress and the harmful effects of inflammation. WINPRO products can help keep them in good health and their immune system strong.
K-Thrive™ is the first and only proprietary blend of animal blood proteins created specially for dogs. Learn how these powerful proteins are different, why they work and supporting studies.