No matter what type of dog parent you are, you know there are hot topics in the dog world. Some controversies, like leashes, grain-free diets, and training methods, are constantly on the discussion rotation. Within the past few years, more dog parents ask: Can dogs be vegetarian?
Who doesn’t love to spoil their fur babies? It’s hard to resist giving your dog after-meal morsels and indulging their snack cravings when they adorably beg for treats.
Oh no, is your pup using your leg as a personal back scratcher again? Are they digging at their ears, munching on their paws like there’s no tomorrow? Or dragging themselves across the carpet to scratch that itch? This might be a reaction to dog allergy symptoms.
If you’ve had a large breed dog, canine hip dysplasia is on your list of fears as a dog owner. But did you know that any sized dog and breed can suffer from hip dysplasia? Even a little chihuahua can have canine hip dysplasia.
With tons of information circling the internet and people passing down old wives’ tales, how much knowledge about your pupper is fact or a dog myth? For generations we accepted misconceptions about our dogs as fact. But understanding man’s best friend is a priority for dog parents and the pet industry alike.
If you’ve watched any rescue dog show like Pit Bulls & Parolees, you know the dedication needed to provide for rescue dogs. Any dog lover would consider fostering a dog after watching an episode of a rescue dog reality show or even coming across an adoption event.