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Britt Kascjak is a proud pet mom, sharing her heart (and her home) with her “pack” which includes her husband John, their 3 dogs – Daviana, Indiana, and Lucifer – and their 2 cats...
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Best Dog Treats for Aggressive Chewers

If you share your heart with a heavy chewer, you know that investing in normal treats, toys, and dog chews is like throwing money out the window. Treats that are said to entertain a dog for hours are gone in the blink of an eye. Luckily, some companies have gone out of their way to develop treats with these chew-happy dogs in mind.When selecting a treat for your aggressive chewer, there are a few important factors you want to consider. How long will the treat last? Are the treats healthy for your dog to ingest? Is there a chance that they can get a piece off and choke? You may even be surprised to learn that some of the most common solutions for spoiling your aggressive chewer could be detrimental to their health.To help you make an informed decision when shopping for your pup, we have put together this list of the best dog treats for aggressive chewers. Plus, we’ve included a guide to help you manage your heavy chewer and their need to gnaw!

Best Dog Treats for Small Dogs

All dogs deserve a special treat on occasion. But with so many different treat options on the market, where do you start with choosing the best option? If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed with buzzwords like “grain-free,” “all-natural,” or “limited ingredient,” you’re not alone! As companies work harder to find ways to make their treats stand out above their competitors, navigating the market becomes increasingly challenging. To make it even more challenging, small dog owners must ensure that any treats they purchase are small enough for their dog or can be broken into smaller pieces. The first step to choosing the best dog treats for your small dog is understanding what you should look for. This includes identifying high-quality ingredients, understanding the labels you may see on the packaging, and recognizing the incredible health benefits that some treats offer. Here is our list of the 10 best dog treats for small dogs and tips for translating pet food packaging.

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Best Slow-Feeder Bowls

Do you have a dog or cat that eats so quickly that they sometimes make themselves sick? If so, you’re not alone! This is a problem faced by many pet owners, including both dogs and cats. For some, it happens because your pet loves their food so much that they gobble down their meal out of excitement. For others, it’s a response to challenges in their past, eating their food as quickly as they can out of fear of it being taken away or stolen by another animal. Regardless of the reason, slowing your pet down is important. Not only can eating too fast make your pet feel ill, but it can lead to some severe health complications. One effective solution is to introduce a slow-feeder bowl, a dish designed with obstacles your pet must work around to get to their food. This introduces mental enrichment, slows them down, and makes their meal fun. Here’s our list of the 10 best slow-feeder bowls to keep your pet safe during mealtime.

Drunken Dog Rings in the New Year With 15 Jell-O Shots

The holiday season is upon us, and you have likely seen many posts circulating warning you about the dangers that our dogs face at this time of year. It’s easy to ignore or brush these warnings off as being overly paranoid. But a Minneapolis couple learned the hard way that holiday emergencies could happen to anyone!

6 New Year's Eve Safety Tips for Dogs

New Year’s Eve is an exciting time as we welcome a year full of new opportunities. It’s often a time that we associate with celebrations and excitement with friends and family. But, for our dogs, the festivities surrounding New Year’s Eve can be a time of extreme stress and anxiety.

Do Dogs Get Stressed at Christmas?

Many people find that the holiday season is a crazy and stressful time. From family gatherings and work Christmas parties to holiday shopping and entertaining – it feels like we’re always on the go. But what about our dogs? Do dogs get stressed at Christmas?

10 Ways to Celebrate Christmas With Your Dog

The holiday season is a time to celebrate with friends and family. But, what about your canine best friend?

Spondylosis in Senior Dogs

As our dogs age and enter their golden years, there are many health-related conditions that they may experience.

Physical Changes to Expect in Older Dogs

Sharing your heart and home with a dog is a rewarding experience. They bring us so much joy and unconditional love, and they don’t ask for much in return. They only have one major flaw – they don’t live long enough!