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November is National Diabetes Month. During this month, various groups and communities come together to raise awareness about diabetes mellitus (sugar diabetes) and the impact it has on millions of Americans. more
An animal shelter which rescued "Britain's fattest dog" has an even bigger problem on its hands.
Bopper, an 11-year-old collie, shocked staff at Gables Farm Dogs and Cats Home in Plymouth when he waddled in weighing almost 50kg (8st). more
I've been adding healthy pumpkin to my dogs' diets for quite some time. Not only do Icy and Phoebe love the taste of pumpkin, but pumpkin is super healthy for dogs!
As soon as pumpkins become available in my area, I buy a few both for Halloween dec more
The problem with speaking English instead of using made-up words is that we assume our pets know what we mean. We say, “Sit” and expect Fido to drop his derrier, but the command Fido’s learned is “sit, sit, sit, SIT!”
Then once he’s done the deed, w more
The question of how best to feed dogs stimulates great debate and evokes strong emotions among dog folks. (Yes, this an intended understatement). more
First-time dog owners (and even experienced dog owners) have a host of decisions to make when they bring home a new dog. From what to name their canine companion to what type of food to feed him, the list can feel overwhelming. more
Weâ€™ve all seen it at one point or another: a dog who appeared to be smiling. Lips pulled back, eyes and brow relaxed, maybe even tail wagging â€“ of course that dog is smiling! Right?
The answer to whether dogs can smile or not depends on how we t more
“This is the shelter’s profile picture of Rosey [photo below]. She had hardly any hair on her tail and she was skinny. more
Last month I put on a recipe for a homemade quiche. I promised to put on another for the desert. more