Adult Dogs 1-6 years
Mind and Body
Kidney disease can be fatal in dogs and often goes undiagnosed. Know what symptoms to look for and when to involve your veterinarian.
Choosing the right dog toy could mean the difference between a happily entertained dog and a chewed couch. Here's what to look for in a food-dispensing dog toy purchase.
Animal shelters are an incredible community resource, but they are often misunderstood. How much do you know about your local shelters?
Just like humans, it's important for dogs to expend their energy. Check out these tips for staying active with your furry friend!
In the dog days of summer, your dog just wants to play outside!
Many dog breeds are prone to digestive disorders. Find out whether your dog is exhibiting the common signs.
You love the way that your veterinarian interacts with your dog. Check out these tips on how veterinarians keep their own dogs happy and healthy.
Obesity in dogs can cause a variety of health-related problems and may even shorten the lifespan of your beloved dog. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to become informed on the issue and find a healthy way to get your dog’s weight back on track.
An overweight dog is no laughing matter. Fortunately, making a few simple changes to your dog's food and lifestyle can allow him to shed some pounds.
It's a long-held myth that dogs should be on the same dog food their entire lives. Check out our top six signs you may want to get a brand new bag of dog food.
Ernie Ward, DVM and founder of the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, breaks down why having an obese dog is a serious problem.
Dental disease is a common problem for dogs. Learn how proper oral healthcare can significantly reduce or even eliminate dental disease.
Learn how just a few pounds can affect your dog's health, and use this pet weight calculator to compare your dog's weight gain to a human's weight gain.
Dogs love to play with their pet parents and by themselves. Playtime is an important opportunity for your dog to get exercise, mental stimulation and bonding time with you.
Even after your dog is no longer a puppy, never forget the very important rule to "never take good behaviors for granted."