Balled up socks, your cat’s dinner, that half-eaten slice of pizza on the sidewalk—for Labrador Retrievers, life seems like an endless buffet. But eating everything (and we mean everything) isn’t entirely their fault. A recent study from Cambridge University found that a gene mutation common in the breed may be partially responsible for their bottomless pit stomach.
You know that irritable ugh feeling after you’ve eaten a drive-through lunch? Turns out, a bad food choice—table scraps, eating too much, or a meal not optimized for your pup’s size—can make your dog feels similarly low-energy, cranky, or snappish. “A dog who’s not eating optimally will feel either lethargic or hyper, and that translates
Is there anything more heartbreaking than the look of wide-eyed despair your pup gives you when they realize a seemingly fun walk or car ride has ended up at...the veterinarian’s office? While you know it’s essential to book regular visits to ensure your pup is as healthy as he can be, seeing that anxiety can be stressful—
Your normally happy-go-lucky pup grimaces, whimpers, and heads into a corner. Then you spot it: The remains of the dinner he wolfed down earlier. Even if he's smiling, tail-thumping (and yup, trying to eat the vomit seconds later) seeing your dog get sick is always a disconcerting experience for pet parents. Vomit can be a result of many things, from