What’s in a Bark?

What’s in a Bark?

Dogs bark. It’s a fact of life. Some bark more than others, some howl, some yip, some have a deep resounding bark. It’s one of the ways that dogs communicate with us.   Sally was probably what I would call an average barker. She’d let out a bark or two when someone knocked at ...

Feed This, Not That: Protein

Feed This, Not That: Protein

In theory, every single ingredient in a dog food formulation has a purpose, a specific reason or ben...

Physical Rehabilitation for Dogs Part 4: Laser Therapy

Physical Rehabilitation for Dogs Part 4: Laser Therapy

Laser therapy burst onto the human physical therapy (PT) scene over the past ten years.  Laser machi...

 

 

Physical Rehabilitation for Dogs Part 4: Laser Therapy

Physical Rehabilitation for Dogs Part 4: Laser Therapy

Laser therapy burst onto the human physical therapy (PT) scene over the past ten years.  Laser machi...

Dear Labby: Is Crate Training Cruel?

Dear Labby: Is Crate Training Cruel?

Dear Labby,   I was watching a funny video I saw on Facebook last week of an energetic boxer br...

 

What’s in a Bark?

What’s in a Bark?

Dogs bark. It’s a fact of life. Some bark more than others, some howl, some yip, some have a d...

Do You Really Want to Feed your Dog a Diet Food?

Do You Really Want to Feed your Dog a Diet Food?

Last week, in the final post on the top things that people don’t know about dog food series, I made ...