Cannabis For Your Canine? 3 Things Dog Owners Must Know

Medical marijuana usage among humans continues to grow, with many patients reporting positive experiences. Now dog owners are also finding that cannabis and hemp may also be effective in helping their pets deal with some canine health issues. If you are a pet parent who would like to learn more about the potential benefits offered by the use of these natural products, here are three important things you should know.  [Read More]

Adopting A Weimaraner Pup Soon? Here's What You Need To Know!

William Wegman has been featuring Weimaraners in human-like poses for portraits and videos for more than 40 years. Weimaraners are photogenic, regal dogs that were originally bred for hunting but make wonderful family pets. They are obedient, loyal, patient, protective, friendly, and loving. Weimaraners are very intelligent and are often called the dog with a human brain. However, there are a few issues that some Weimaraner owners deal with. Here's what you need to know if you are adopting a Weimaraner into your family. [Read More]

Four Ways To Minimize Your Dog's Pesky Shedding

When it is time to tidy up your home, nothing is more disheartening than sweeping or vacuuming up piles of your dog's fur. If your dog is excessively shedding, check out a few ways you can reduce the amount of hair that makes it into your home. 1. Invest in a Deshedding Glove It is normal for dogs to shed, but this doesn't mean you have to sit back and let your dog's fur pile up on your floor. [Read More]

Is Your Parrot Looking Bald? 3 Strategies For Preventing Feather Plucking

Parrots love to be a part of the family. In fact, they're the happiest when they're allowed to interact with everyone in the home. However, parrots are prone to self-destructive behavior when their needs aren't being met. Feather plucking is one form of self-destructive behavior that parrots are prone to, especially those that are kept as pets. Unfortunately, feather-plucking can be hazardous for parrots. First, excessive plucking can leave raw skin that's prone to infections. [Read More]