Ah, the classic doggie dinner theater – starring your furry friend as the charming beggar! Picture this: your pup transforms from a lounging floor cushion to a dramatic foodie extraordinaire, […]


It’s a beautiful day at the dog park until a boxer named Bronson shakes his head. Soft foam floats down from the sky, covering your new pants and leaving streaks […]


Vaccinating your dog is a vital aspect of responsible pet ownership and plays a crucial role in safeguarding both your furry companion’s health and the larger community. Vaccines are designed […]

Dogs and Fruit Snacks

Don’t get any ideas – we don’t mean the fruit snacks you feed to your kids. Dogs should not regularly consume fruit snacks intended for human consumption. While a small […]

Fecal Test Update

This week we will be getting fecal tests from ALL dawgs without updated results on file. If you have gotten a fecal from the vet in the last 60 days, […]

Why won’t my dog pee?

A dog’s reluctance to urinate can be attributed to a variety of factors, ranging from medical issues to behavioral or environmental factors. It’s important to consider these possibilities and seek […]

Excessive Licking

Excessive licking in dogs, medically referred to as “acral lick dermatitis” or simply “lick granuloma,” is a behavioral issue that can signal underlying physical discomfort or psychological stress. Dogs may […]

Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is a common behavioral issue seen in dogs, characterized by intense distress and anxiety when they are left alone. Dogs are social animals that form strong bonds with […]

Dogs and Dehydration

Dogs can lose fluids from urination, excessive panting, diarrhea or vomiting. Signs of canine dehydration include reduced energy, loss of appetite and thick saliva. The best treatment is prevention! In […]

Why Dog’s Lick Another Dog’s Teeth!

ADULT DOGSWhen a dog licks another dogs teeth or mouth, it can be a sign of affection, respect, or a request for playtime. In general, it’s the opposite of aggression […]