Dog Care

Dog Care is Important to Your Dog’s Happiness

A healthy dog is a happy dog. It’s important to make sure your dog receives the care he needs from professionals he trusts. Not just any veterinarian or technology will do. You and your dog both need to be comfortable with the people providing him with preventive care and regular checkups.

Healthy living can lead to a longer, more enjoyable life for your pup. Morning and evening walks should be used to bond with your companion and give him the exercise he needs. The occasional trip to the park provides a time for socializing and more room for outdoor activities. With the world at your fingertips, there is no adventure too great for you and your dog.

Dog Lifecycle Care

Puppy Care

Senior Care

End-of-Life Care

Routine Care

A family heads out on a road trip with their family pet. The dog is more comfortable in the middle seat looking forward to prevent motion sickness

Motion Sickness

One of our readers sent in a question to Dr. Weaver regarding motion sickness: We adopted a rescue, Molly, around eight months of age, in

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A German Shepherd on a walk with his owner barks because he senses danger ahead. The body posture also suggest he is ready to attack the threat.

Why Dogs Bark

Dogs use a variety of cues to communicate with each other and humans. They verbalize thoughts, feelings, or opinions through growls, whines, or barks that

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A family heads out on a road trip with their family pet. The dog is more comfortable in the middle seat looking forward to prevent motion sickness

Motion Sickness

One of our readers sent in a question to Dr. Weaver regarding motion sickness: We adopted a rescue, Molly, around eight months of age, in

Read More »
A German Shepherd on a walk with his owner barks because he senses danger ahead. The body posture also suggest he is ready to attack the threat.

Why Dogs Bark

Dogs use a variety of cues to communicate with each other and humans. They verbalize thoughts, feelings, or opinions through growls, whines, or barks that

Read More »
A family heads out on a road trip with their family pet. The dog is more comfortable in the middle seat looking forward to prevent motion sickness

Motion Sickness

One of our readers sent in a question to Dr. Weaver regarding motion sickness: We adopted a rescue, Molly, around eight months of age, in

Read More »
A German Shepherd on a walk with his owner barks because he senses danger ahead. The body posture also suggest he is ready to attack the threat.

Why Dogs Bark

Dogs use a variety of cues to communicate with each other and humans. They verbalize thoughts, feelings, or opinions through growls, whines, or barks that

Read More »
A family heads out on a road trip with their family pet. The dog is more comfortable in the middle seat looking forward to prevent motion sickness

Motion Sickness

One of our readers sent in a question to Dr. Weaver regarding motion sickness: We adopted a rescue, Molly, around eight months of age, in

Read More »
A German Shepherd on a walk with his owner barks because he senses danger ahead. The body posture also suggest he is ready to attack the threat.

Why Dogs Bark

Dogs use a variety of cues to communicate with each other and humans. They verbalize thoughts, feelings, or opinions through growls, whines, or barks that

Read More »
A family heads out on a road trip with their family pet. The dog is more comfortable in the middle seat looking forward to prevent motion sickness

Motion Sickness

One of our readers sent in a question to Dr. Weaver regarding motion sickness: We adopted a rescue, Molly, around eight months of age, in

Read More »
A German Shepherd on a walk with his owner barks because he senses danger ahead. The body posture also suggest he is ready to attack the threat.

Why Dogs Bark

Dogs use a variety of cues to communicate with each other and humans. They verbalize thoughts, feelings, or opinions through growls, whines, or barks that

Read More »
A family heads out on a road trip with their family pet. The dog is more comfortable in the middle seat looking forward to prevent motion sickness

Motion Sickness

One of our readers sent in a question to Dr. Weaver regarding motion sickness: We adopted a rescue, Molly, around eight months of age, in

Read More »
A German Shepherd on a walk with his owner barks because he senses danger ahead. The body posture also suggest he is ready to attack the threat.

Why Dogs Bark

Dogs use a variety of cues to communicate with each other and humans. They verbalize thoughts, feelings, or opinions through growls, whines, or barks that

Read More »
A family heads out on a road trip with their family pet. The dog is more comfortable in the middle seat looking forward to prevent motion sickness

Motion Sickness

One of our readers sent in a question to Dr. Weaver regarding motion sickness: We adopted a rescue, Molly, around eight months of age, in

Read More »
A German Shepherd on a walk with his owner barks because he senses danger ahead. The body posture also suggest he is ready to attack the threat.

Why Dogs Bark

Dogs use a variety of cues to communicate with each other and humans. They verbalize thoughts, feelings, or opinions through growls, whines, or barks that

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