Day: November 5, 2019

Dog With A Brain Tumor Gets A New 3D Printed Skull

Dog With A Brain Tumor Gets A New 3D Printed Skull

Advances in medicine aren’t just beneficial to us, humans. They’re also beneficial to our furry companions that we love so much. For example, a 9-year-old dog has a brand new skull and is living a cancer-free life thanks to the advancement of 3D printing. Patches is a dachshund who was cancer-stricken but is now feeling […]

Marine Dog Veteran With Terminal Bone Cancer Gets A Hero’s Goodbye

Marine Dog Veteran With Terminal Bone Cancer Gets A Hero’s Goodbye

Animals are fantastic friends, but you will be hard-pressed to find an animal companion that is more loyal than a dog. This loyalty is particularly true with it comes to the front lines of combat – and no one knows this better than Jeff DeYoung, a veteran of the Marines. DeYoung was 19, he and […]

Travel The Country With Your Dog In This Customized Pet-Friendly Camper Van

Travel The Country With Your Dog In This Customized Pet-Friendly Camper Van

As Americans, we’ve always had a romantic connection with the open road. Robert Frost contemplated taking the road less traveled. Jack Kerouac went “on the road.” Willie Nelson sang about being “on the road again.” The expanse of the open highway and the adventures that come from hitting the open road seemed to be engrained […]

Dog Rings The Doorbell With Her Nose At 2am When She Accidentally Gets Locked Out

Dog Rings The Doorbell With Her Nose At 2am When She Accidentally Gets Locked Out

Dogs are clever creatures, there is no denying that. Once, our family dog Bonita accidentally got locked out of the garage, and she actually went all the way around the neighborhood to the front of our yard – where she waited patiently for us to realize that she was missing. And recently, another adorable canine […]

Here’s The First Thing You Should Do If Your Dog Ever Gets Lost

Here’s The First Thing You Should Do If Your Dog Ever Gets Lost

Long-time animal lover, Babs Fry, is a real-life pet detective. She found her calling after learning about the ASPCA’s shocking statistic that an estimated 3.3 million dogs enter into animal shelters nationwide, yet only 620,000 of them are ever reunited with their families. That leaves millions of dogs lost – their owners frantic to know […]

Ear Infections In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes And Treatments

Ear Infections In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes And Treatments

By Henry Cerny, DVM, MS Ear infections in dogs are common and most dogs suffer from this painful condition sometime in their life. Scratching and rubbing at the ear(s) and head shaking are common signs. You may also notice an abnormal odor from the ear or see redness or swelling. Most ear infections in adults […]

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