Mature Adult Dogs 7+ (5 for large breeds)
Living With Dogs
As any owner knows, one of life's simple pleasures is petting your favorite dog.
There are few things in life cuter than seeing your terror-of-a-puppy dressed up in horns and a red cape on Halloween.
When it comes to the holidays, there are so many things to be careful of - not gaining 10 lbs. on cookies, not getting yourself into debt just to buy some presents - and of course keeping your pets healthy, happy and safe.
Dogs in Alaska and Hawaii don't come across many skunks, but a chance encounter is entirely possible throughout the rest of the United States, especially in warmer weather.
Senior dogs have different care requirements than those of a younger dog. But how do you know when your dog is considered to be a senior?
Dog owners frequently ask if a dry, warm nose means their dog is sick.
Fear of loud noises, especially thunder and fireworks, is a common phobia in dogs.
Your love is a primary source of happiness for your dog.
With temperatures dipping, your dog will need a little special attention to stay warm, happy, healthy and safe this winter.