Health & Wellness
While cranberries aren’t toxic for your dog, it’s important not to give them too many. Here’s what you need to know about feeding cranberries to your dog.
Tuna fish is generally safe to feed your dog, but some types may be less safe than others. Here’s what you need to know about feeding tuna to your dog.
As long as you’re not filling their water bowl with pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkins are a safe (and healthy) treat for dogs.
Like onions, as part of the allium family of vegetables, garlic is toxic for our furry friends.
No one wants to consider the reality of losing a pet — but, it’s important to be prepared in the case it happens. That’s why we’ve put together a guide on how to find a lost pet and prevent your pet from going missing in the first place.
Even though dogs can’t use their words to express themselves, their body language is a good indicator of what they’re feeling.
Your guide to everything your dog can and can’t eat this Fourth of July.
Whether you’ve spotted worms in your pup’s stool or vomit or have noticed changes in their poop — you’re right to investigate. Here’s a roundup of the most common worms that affect dogs.
Houseplants and flowers aren’t always safe for cats to be around. Save this list to know what plants are OK to keep around your pet, and which ones you should avoid.
Swollen lymph nodes indicate when a dog has an infection, inflammation or possible lymphoma. Here’s how to gauge if you should call your veterinarian.
You may be happy to learn that cooked asparagus is a safe snack for pups to enjoy. This vegetable is also packed with vitamins, making it a great treat option for your pet.
Hot dogs are a risky treat for pups because they sometimes contain toxic ingredients, like garlic or onion powder.
Hamburgers may be a summertime staple, but you’ll need to modify the snack before serving it to your pup.
Though fresh cucumbers are much better for dogs, a pickled one won’t hurt (for the most part).
Pears contain several nutrients, including fiber and Vitamin C, but are they OK for dogs to eat? Here’s what you need to know.
Peanut butter may be the ultimate treat because of its versatility. Learn how it benefits dogs’ health and ways to safely serve it.
As long as the seeds, stems and rind are removed, cantaloupe is generally OK for dogs to eat. Learn why cantaloupe is a good treat option for dogs.
Be it as a digestive aid or as part of a balanced meal, rice can do wonders for dog diets.
Did your dog accidentally eat a peach? Learn if they’re safe for dogs in our article.
Potatoes can come in many forms, whether they’re fried, raw, baked, boiled or mashed. But are all of those serving methods safe for dogs? Find out in our article.
As long as your dog isn’t going on a berry binge, raspberries are a great option for pups with a sweet tooth.
No matter the form or preparation, onions are quite harmful to our furry family members.
Whether raw, shredded or oil, coconut is one ingredient your dog can totally chow down on.
Certain mushrooms are toxic for dogs. Learn what types of mushrooms are safe for dogs to eat and how to spot if a dog is showing signs of mushroom toxicity.
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