Dogs and humans are more alike than you think, especially when it comes to competition. Take the first Sunday in February for example. The country as a whole, it seems, gathers to watch a singular sporting event while those in the pet sphere gear up for a similar but slightly different event.
A few years back, Bee injured her ACL on her back right leg and has never fully recovered. She also suffers from arthritis in her legs, paws, and hips causing her discomfort and more limited mobility. Upon reading that our supplements are made from blood proteins, Beth was intrigued and thought that this could finally be the cure to Bee’s aging body. She decided on the WINPRO Mobility supplement in hopes of getting Bee through her days more comfortably with less pain.
How exciting would it be if one of the presents under your tree this year barked? A new puppy for the holiday – especially after this year – would be a welcomed addition to many households across the country. Gifting a puppy, however, is a big commitment. Many things need to be well thought out and discussed. Here are some things to consider.
After getting fixed, Sheba was experiencing constant stomach issues. Sheba developed chronic diarrhea, and after trying a variety of different proposed solutions, Sheba began taking WINPRO Immunity for gut health.
Most senior dogs can benefit from a joint supplement; however, knowing exactly when to start one can be difficult – and many pet owners wait until after signs of joint damage are observed. There are many factors to consider when determining when to purchase a joint supplement for dogs, such as age, breed, activity level, and injury history.
During the holidays, it’s even easier to slip into bad habits like eating two dozen cookies in a day or even feeding your dog table food which can lead to poor gut health and the negative symptoms that come with it. Scarier yet, dogs have access to all sorts of new and potentially dangerous items during the holidays that could make your holiday much less cheerful with a trip to your local veterinarian’s office. Here are a few of our tips on how to keep your dog safe.
Digestive issues in dogs, such as gassiness, loose stools, and vomiting are common occurrences – but are they normal? One source of stress for dogs is the anxiety many pet owners are experiencing due to uncertainty caused by COVID-19. This new stress and changes in routine can disrupt your dog’s microbiome, which plays an important role in mood and digestion. Listed here are quick and easy tips for optimal gut health in dogs.
Sometimes it comes and goes with the seasons and sometimes there is no rhyme or reason. We’re talking about your dog scratching. Whether your dog is scratching at their ears, nibbling on their paws, or they just never seem to completely settle down, this is an indicator that there is something wrong.
For many pet owners, dealing with canine anxiety can feel like a full-time job. Micromanaging separation, new interactions, play dates, and exposure to stimuli can be exhausting, yet worth the emotional toll to keep your four-legged friend happy and healthy. Commonly, dog anxiety medicines are prescribed by veterinarians to help control anxious behavior; yet, these medications are expensive and can have dangerous side effects. Here, alternatives to dog anxiety medicines will be discussed.