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Is canine cognitive dysfunction disorder affecting your dog?

Canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD) syndrome is an ailment often caused by a dog's brain aging, resulting in changes in consciousness, learning and memory deficiencies, and diminished reactivity to stimuli. Your dog may appear to be lost, dazed, or confused throughout random times of the day.  Although the disorder's initial symptoms...

How do dogs age in human years?

If you have a dog, you have likely already heard the concept that 1 year for Rover equals 7 years for you. It turns out that the math isn't as straightforward as it seems. Dogs evolve faster than humans do in their early years. As a result, your furry friend's...

Is your obese dog at higher risk for joint problems?

Obesity is described as a buildup of excess body fat. Since excess body weight and fat tend to go hand in hand, most overweight dogs will also have excess body fat. When determining whether a dog is overweight or lean, body weight is much easier to determine than body fat....

How to feed your senior dog for success

The percentage of adult and senior dogs is on the rise. This development has been aided by better nutrition, healthier lifestyles, and advancements in senior dog preventive health care. Although old age is not a disease in and of itself, the changes in the body that accompany it make older...

What’s the connection between dog gut health and joint inflammation?

What’s the connection between dog gut health and joint inflammation?  You may be surprised to discover that gut health affects every part of your dog’s body. And, that includes inflammation in the joints! If you think about when you don’t feel well, is it honestly only your stomach that hurts?...

Understanding muscle atrophy in dogs

If you have an elderly dog or a dog with a medical condition, it's important to be aware of something called muscle atrophy. Muscle atrophy is the weakening or loss of muscle tissue in dogs. It most commonly affects the legs, especially the hind legs, but it may occasionally affect...

This powerful blend of ingredients manages arthritis in dogs

Arthritis in dogs can be hard to manage. Even in mild situations, routine physical exercise, such as an afternoon stroll, may be excruciatingly painful and lead to a cascade of other issues. If you're anything like us, you've seen your dogs become increasingly unable to move for fear of suffering...

The missing link of dog joint supplements may be bioavailability

The purpose of incorporating vitamins and minerals in your dog's health regimen is to notice a difference in how her body works and feels, not only in the short term but over the course of a lifetime. That being said, if your dog's body does not absorb certain vitamins and...

Is dog health insurance worth it?

When our dogs are healthy, most people don’t even think about their options as it relates to pet health insurance. No one really likes paying for insurance whether it’s health insurance, car insurance, or homeowners insurance. If there’s nothing wrong, why pay the extra money? Is pet insurance worth it?...