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Natural Ways to Satisfy Your Dog’s Food Cravings

Natural Ways to Satisfy Your Dog’s Food Cravings


The way your dog sits at your feet while you’re eating a cheeseburger or always comes running when you’re frying bacon, it might seem like he has very specific food cravings. But the reality is that your pup’s inclination for certain flavors is less specific than your own.

Dogs have somewhere between 1,500 and 2,000

What Dogs Really Like to Watch on TV

What Dogs Really Like to Watch on TV

If anyone’s ever laughed at you for purposefully leaving the TV on for your pup—and specifically Modern Family reruns because you just know in your heart of hearts it’s his favorite show—then prepare to be validated: Dogs not only watch TV, but they can also benefit from it. In fact, Ron Levi, founder of DogTV, a

5 Natural Ways to Prevent Pup Ear Infections

5 Natural Ways to Prevent Pup Ear Infections


Your pup's ears are probably one of your favorite things about them. But regardless of how adorable and soft they are, most dogs will suffer from an ear infection at some point in their lives—and breeds with long, floppy ears like Cocker Spaniels or Basset Hounds are particularly prone. The most common cause of infections in dogs is an

The Great Dog Food Calorie Versus Volume Debate

The Great Dog Food Calorie Versus Volume Debate


The amount of food you should feed your dog can be super confusing. And then when you factor in the fact that different types of food suggest different serving sizes? Forget about it. (Especially when they seem smaller than normal—he’s going to starve!) The answer to your portion questions often has to do with how many calories are

Why Dogs Run Away...and How to Stop them!

Why Dogs Run Away...and How to Stop them!

Every pet parent has experienced that all-consuming anxiety that comes with having his or her pup wiggle out the front door, get loose from the leash, or go missing from the backyard. Instantly your mind goes to the worst possible scenarios—and then you’re frantically searching the neighborhood, desperately calling your dog’s name! We spoke to Scott Sheaffer,