Since dogs’ ears can easily accumulate dirt, and this can result in problems such as irritation or infection, it is really important that owners perform regular ear cleanings for them. Choosing the right ear cleaner from the pet store can be difficult, but you can save yourself this trouble by simply mixing alcohol and white vinegar at home. But how can you do the mixture correctly and safely? How many parts alcohol to parts white vinegar for dog ear cleaner? Let me show it to you!
I know, I know… There are a lot of movies that show that classical scene of a person sharing their ice cream with their beloved dog, and they live happily ever after. And they always seem so happy and so beautiful on the screen that you probably wished you could do exactly the same thing with your dog. But is it ok to reproduce this scene in real life? In other words, can dogs eat ice cream?
You may not know what xylitol is, but if you consume sugarless products, you have probably already eaten it. This natural sweetener is used as a sugar substitute in lots of products. But since we have four-legged friends that love to beg for anything that is in our hands and sometimes steal things they are not supposed to, it is important to know: is xylitol safe for dogs?
Anyone who knows a Samoyed knows they always seem to be happy. They come to you with that cheerful aura wagging their fluffy white tails, and it feels like all your problems disappear. There are many names to refer to the breed, but people usually choose Sammies, Sams, or Smiling Sammies. But why are Samoyeds called Smiling Sammies anyway? Let’s clarify this matter right now!
Sometimes, puppies can be challenging. A crate can be a safe, effective solution to many of the problems they face and cause. But you may also be wondering if it is cruel to leave your friend “locked up” in a crate, so to say. So, let’s answer that question: is crate training inhumane?
You love your Samoyed. Of course you do, they’re great dogs! Ever wondered if Samoyeds have nicknames though? They have those too! They have more than one actually!
We give it to you straight on whether or not sugar alcohol is safe for dogs. We also give it to you straight on what types of sugar alcohol are safe for dogs.
Knowing as much as you can about alcohol and dogs helps keep them safe. So, to help, we explain exactly how soon a dog will throw up after alcohol as well as related information.
There are lots of different interpretations for how you pronounce Samoyed. So, which one is the right one? We’re here to help!
Humans don’t have wet noses, so why are dogs’ noses wet? We’ll tell you exactly why! In fact, there’s more than one good reason!