How often should you wash your dog? How careful do I need to be when washing around my dog's ears?
We've teamed up with expert Tonya Wilhelm at Raising Your Pets Naturally to answer these questions and more!
Learn the warning signs that your dog has consumed ice melt or rock salt so you know what to look for this winter!
We've also compiled some tips for dealing with the winter ice and keeping your dog safe from rock salt and ice melt!
Winter is just around the corner and with winter comes snow and ice! If you've used rock salt or ice melt to keep from slipping and sliding on the ice, you should be aware of its harmful effects on your four-legged family members.
Every winter veterinarians receive an influx of calls and visits from pet parents with dogs who have been exposed to rock salt and ice melt products.
Continue reading to learn more about the hazards of rock salt and how you can help protect your dog.
Finding the best organic dog shampoo should be easy.
Unfortunately, dog shampoo manufacturers have made it hard to find truly safe and non-toxic products.
Learn why certified organic dog shampoo is better and safer than other grooming products on the market and how to avoid the imposters!
As a pet parent, you are picky about what you feed your dog and the products you use on your dog.
Finding a true organic dog shampoo isn't easy. Manufacturers use the word organic to make their product look like it is better. Ingredients aren't easy to read.
We put you to the test in this quick quiz to pick out the real organic dog shampoo. Can you do it?
If you're not concerned about the ingredients in your dog's shampoo, you should be!
Your dog's skin is the largest organ of their body and there are less layers of skin that protect your dog's organs (compared to you).
A search for "organic dog shampoo" and you'll get a list with a lot of imposters - dog shampoo that sounds all natural and organic but isn't.
Learn the difference between a true organic dog shampoo and a greenmarketed imposter.
Brushing your dog's teeth and gums is still the gold standard for oral care. Unfortunately, the ingredients in dog toothpaste and oral care treatments may include ingredients you don't want in your dog!
Check out our top 10 ingredients you don't want in your dog's dental care routine!
If you are looking for a safe and non-toxic alternative to traditional dog toothpaste - you found it!
Our minimal ingredients toothpaste alternative is made with three ingredients: Sea salt, pure baking soda, and peppermint essential oil.
Would it surprise you to learn that the ingredients banned by the FDA for use in human hand and body wash was NOT banned in pet grooming products?
Learn more about Triclosan and your dog's shampoo.