No two dogs are alike. As any pet parent can attest, each dog has his or her own personality, likes, and dislikes. One thing is for sure though — all dogs love treats! With so many different flavors, colors, shapes, and ingredients, it can be hard to tell a healthy treat from doggy junk food. If you want to be sure you’re giving your dog a Mother Nature-approved treat for […]
Oral flea preventatives have become popular with pet parents as a clean, safe alternative to topical ‘spot-on’ flea treatments. Giving your pet a flavored pill or soft chew to kill fleas quickly is much easier than applying an oily, messy flea preventative. Up until now, if you wanted to give your pet a chewable flea treatment, you had to get a prescription from your veterinarian. To solve this problem, Bayer […]
The joy and comfort of cuddling with your dog can make all the cares of the day drift away. Unfortunately, if you suspect that your dog has worms you should think twice before curling up with your pet…and not just because worms are ‘gross’. You see, intestinal worms can not only have a serious impact on your pet’s health but yours, too! It’s vital to protect the health of everyone […]
Fear is an emotion we all experience. Our pets experience fear and anxiety, too. There are even more things to be afraid of for them, though. Dogs don’t understand that the loud booming they hear is only harmless fireworks, or that the person that brings the mail every day is a friend, not a foe. Keeping your dog calm during upsetting circumstances can be a challenge. It’s now possible to […]
Regina is the winner of the 2016 1-800-PetMeds Change a Pet’s Life Contest. To learn more about the contest, please visit the contest page here. Change a Pet’s Life Day is today and to celebrate, PetMeds is helping one adoptable, former puppy mill dog receive the necessary surgery she needs to be happy and healthy!
With the upcoming Left Handed Day holiday on August 13th (the holiday to promote awareness about all the obstacles left-handed people face), there have been a few questions as to why you may want to walk your dog on your left side.
Any pet owner who has adopted a dog from a pet rescue or humane society knows how disappointing it can be to not know their pet’s birth date. But this year you can celebrate your rescued dog’s birthday on August 1st.