These beautiful summer days are calling us all to spend more time outside, and we doubt your dog is objecting. Because dog owners have been staying home more, talking the dog on a nice, long walk is now a daily activity. Amid the hottest days of the year, though, it’s important to do so safely. Here are some of our best tips on how to handle the heat when taking your dog for a walk.
Meet Rodin! Rodin in a Vizsla who was born in Michigan and found her forever home with her owner, Pam. Friendly, quiet, laid back, and easy going, Rodin is senior dog who still really enjoys hunting and hiking. Unfortunately, her active heart and spirit hasn’t been enough to keep her limping and struggle to jump over things at bay.
There are many forms of anxiety diagnosed in dogs, ranging from medical to behavioral. Additionally, anxiety manifests in numerous ways, such as cowering, shaking, self-mutilation, and aggression. Overcoming canine anxiety can require years of behavioral rehabilitation and socialization. In some instances, prescription medications may be necessary. Here, the various types of anti-anxiety meds for dogs will be described.
Although Leaky Gut Syndrome is a relatively new medical term, the implications of this common gut disorder are far-reaching. In fact, Leaky Gut Syndrome in dogs could be the culprit for many of the symptoms your pet experiences, from achy joints to gastrointestinal distress. Here, the symptoms, causes, and treatment of Leaky Gut Syndrome in dogs will be discussed.
Meet Mika! She’s a rescue Siberian husky. Her owner Melissa says she is calm, quiet, and protective. Sweet and loving, 11-year-old Mika was slowing down. Having had an ACL injury a few years ago, Mika’s joints were giving her such a problem that she was unable to even go up stairs. Seeing this, owner Melissa wanted to help improve Mika’s joints. So, she began researching.
Anxiety is a leading cause of behavioral problems in dogs, such as destruction due to separation or noise anxiety, or signs of aggression due to fear. Unfortunately, anxiety in dogs can be difficult for pet owners to handle and is a leading reason dogs are rehomed. Here, canine anxiety will be discussed as well as the best dog calming aid.
You may fear the time when your dog starts slowing down. While it’s inevitable (for us too!), it doesn’t have to be a painful or traumatic experience for your dog. Here is some information to keep in mind when that time comes, what to do if you’re already seeing signs, and how WINPRO is here to help.
Knowing the power that testimonials hold, we’re so excited to share this one that involves a Cardigan Welsh Corgi with the soul of a “40-year-old man” (according to his owner) and his story of overcoming gastric reflux with WINPRO Immunity!
This weekend should be full of festivities with National Dog Mom’s Day on May 9 and Mother’s Day on May 10. How are you planning on celebrating?