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Contrary to popular belief, a wet nose isn’t actually a reliable indicator of your dog’s health. Your dog’s gums, however, can serve as a window into their overall wellbeing and an indicator for certain diseases. The gums act as a protective membrane for the teeth...

Many dog owners are familiar with the dreaded term ‘canine parvovirus.’ This virus carries a nasty and scary reputation for how severely it can affect dogs, especially puppies. But just like any other virus or disease, one of the best tools for prevention is knowing...

Congratulations, it’s a girl! Now what? Adopting a new puppy, especially a female, requires doing some research to ensure that you are fully prepared. Now is the time to read about her upcoming life stages, including when she reaches reproductive maturity. Beginning at six months old,...