Veterinarian-written / veterinarian-approved articles for your dog.

For those who want to give their best friends wholesome, nutritious treats, we have an excellent article on Healthy Treats for Dogs.

Are bones really good for dogs? Read our article, Dogs and Bones.

Dangers of Homemade Diets for Dogs

Feeding your dog a homemade diet can benefit him or her in certain instances, but it must be done properly.

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Can Dogs Be Vegans?

Learn why your dog needs meat to be his happiest and healthiest self.

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Can Eating Cat Litter Box Contents Make My Dog Fat?

Learn whether eating cat droppings from the litter box may be making your dog fat or causing other health problems.

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Wheatgrass for Dogs

Did you ever wonder if you could give your dog wheatgrass? Learn about the potential benefits of wheatgrass for dogs.

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Is Pumpkin Good for Dogs?

We must be cautious when giving human foods to our dogs because they can cause gastrointestinal irritation or even be toxic. However, one human food with surprising health benefits for dogs is pumpkin.

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Wet Food Vs. Dry Food For Dogs

What is best for a dog's diet, wet food or dry food? Learn the pros and cons of both wet and dry food to determine which would be best for your dog.

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Giving Your Dog Clean and Fresh Water

All dogs need sufficient water—clean, fresh, and safe—each day. Some sources are better than others.

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Dogs Enjoy a Wheatgrass Treat: VIDEO

These dogs look adorable while they munch on a wheatgrass treat together.

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