Dogs are social animals. Typically they love the company of other dogs, are comfortable around people, adapt readily to various situations and eagerly await at the door to welcome us home.
The most devoted dog parents in America make choices about their careers, love lives, living situations, and finances to benefit their four-legged besties. Being a good dog parent requires time, love, patience, and resources. So what does it mean to be one of the most dedicated dog parents in the country? A recent Forbes Advisor […]
Good dental health means caring for your dog’s teeth and gums, and that includes brushing. Here’s how to make a safe and effective doggy toothpaste using common natural ingredients. Maintaining your dog’s oral health is a priority, since dental disease can have a profoundly negative effect on his overall well-being. Implementing a dental care regimen […]
Pet parents who buy supplements have a reasonable right to expect that product names and labels accurately reflect supplement ingredients. If you buy a mushroom supplement, it should contain mushrooms, right? Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Learn how to identify a product that contains mushrooms. WHAT’S REALLY IN MUSHROOM PRODUCTS? There is a new […]
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Matthew Mazi and his wife Nevenka watched their beloved dog, Tik, suffer from escalating pain in his joints. A diagnosis of arthritis had stolen Tik’s zest for life, breaking their hearts in the process. The Mazis knew there had to be a better solution for canine arthritis than anything that was currently on the market. […]
A taste of your grilled steak, some roasted cauliflower and a spoonful of pasta instead of kibble? If your dog won’t eat dog food but…
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When I moved to Austin in the 90s, the city looked much different than it does today. The population stood under 600,000, what would become a booming tech culture was in its infancy, traffic was manageable, and the city’s weirdly famous motto wasn’t even a thing. Austin was also more than a decade away from being heralded as a leading No Kill city in the United States.