January 19, 2018
Happy New Year, DogTails readers! 2017 was a busy year for us on the blog. We covered popular news stories about dogs, brought you pet safety tips for every season, shared some tasty dog treat recipes, and (hopefully) made you laugh with photos and videos of dogs being dogs. We’ve got a lot of exciting posts planned for 2018, but first, here’s a look at some of our favorite blog posts from the past year. Happy reading! Read post »
May 5, 2017
Ticks can be an unavoidable part of the spring and summer months for many dogs and their owners. The staff at DogWatch Hidden Fences has a lot of experience with ticks, both from our customers and our own dogs. Here is how to safely identify and remove them, as well as some tips on how to avoid them in the future. Read post »
May 20, 2016
Your dog has been scratching and licking himself a lot lately, his eyes are watery, and he keeps sneezing. Could it be a cold? Maybe fleas or other parasites? Possibly, but it’s also possible that your dog has allergies.
According to the ASPCA, 20% of pets may suffer from one or more allergies. Scroll down to learn more about the types of allergies your dog may have, common symptoms and treatment options for your dog.
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August 14, 2015
Last week, we tackled the mystifying question of why dogs love to roll around in smelly stuff. Today, we’re talking about another malodorous subject – diarrhea in dogs. Sure, it’s DEFINITELY not the most pleasant subject to read about – our apologies in advance. It is, however, important to be aware of any changes in your dog’s “business” and recognize the warning signs that can signal a serious medical issue. So we’ll keep it short and sweet (well, as sweet as we can). Here’s what you need to know about your dog’s diarrhea.