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Your Pug Is Barking Too Often?

Like all other dog breeds, pugs bark, some more than others. Pugs are no exception. Because pugs can’t speak like humans, they bark as a way of communication, like birds tweet, cat's meow, pigs oink, and cows moo. On this page, you will find all the information relating to pug bark like how much they [...]

Hug A Vet For Veterinary Week

Many of us have a pet – in fact, most of the U.S households own pets. Sixty-eight per cent of U.S. households, or about 85 million families, own a pet, according to the American Pet Products Association (APPA) in 2018. Unsurprisingly, out of those pet owners, 60 million were dogs. Sorry cat lovers, but most [...]

How To Tell If Your Dog Is Lactose Intolerant?

Human babies get their nutrients from milk. In order to break down the nutrients found in milk, babies need a significant amount of an enzyme called lactase. However, as the babies grow up and start eating soft and, eventually, solid food, the body cuts back on lactase production since it no longer has many functions. [...]

How To Choose The Right Pet Carrier For Your Pug?

I’m often asked why choosing a pet carrier should be different for a pug than any other animal. There are actually a couple of reasons. Firstly, their short snouts mean they can experience breathing problems during travel when there are changes in air pressure, or in confined stuffy spaces. This makes it extremely important to [...]

How Much Water Should A Dog Drink A Day?

I’m sat in my kitchen watching my dog drinking water (yes, that’s all I do all day..) and he drinks it like it’s his favourite thing in the world. We all know that water is important, that something that we can’t live without. On average, between 50% and 65% of the adult human body is [...]

Ear Infections In Dogs – Symptoms And Treatments

Ear infections are one of the most common health issues dogs can get, and this is especially true in dog breeds with large and floppy ears including pugs, cocker spaniels, cockapoos and basset hounds. In fact, this is actually one of the main reasons for my pug visiting the vets over the last 10 years! [...]

Cutting Down The Cost Of Pet Insurance

If you want to buy insurance for a dog that you haven’t yet adopted or bought, it is recommended to consider buying or adopting a crossbreed instead of a pedigree. An insurance policy for a pedigree can be costly as some of the breeds are more likely to develop a variety of hereditary conditions. Make [...]

Common Myths About Dog Feeding

Are you concerned about the food your dog is eating? Confused about all the conflicting information available? Not sure if you are feeding the right food for your dog? Then join the club, as I was exactly in the same position when I first became interested in the science of dog nutrition. Unfortunately, I was [...]