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3 Dietary Changes to Improve Your Dog’s Health
You eat healthy — most of the time, anyway. But, what about your dog? Wouldn’t you like to make sure your pet is eating as healthy as you? For some great tips on how to improve your dog’s diet, check out Dr. Jennifer Deming’s veterinary version of Eat This, Not That!
7 Ways to Get Fit with Fido!
With our busy lives, it can be a challenge to carve out as much time for fitness as we’d like, both for our dogs and ourselves. Diane Silver, a trainer who teaches tricks, agility and fitness classes for dogs and produces the blog, To Dog With Love, shares fun ways to sneak in exercise with our dogs.
5 Facts and Fixes for Doggy Breath
Veterinarian Dr. Jennifer Deming shares facts and tips for banishing your dog’s bad breath. Typically, with a little at-home care and perhaps some dental treats, maintaining a happy mouth in your dog can be easy. You can go back to joyful doggy kisses in no time!
Tails from the Trail: 1,000 Miles Across Patagonia
#ZukesPack ambassador Stevie Anna Plummer reports on the adventure of a lifetime in Patagonia with her dog, Darcie, and horses, Sundance and Bandido.
Overcoming Canine Cabin Fever
During the cold-weather months, all of us, including our dogs, will face the dreaded cabin fever at some point. But keep in mind that even when you’re stuck inside with an energetic dog, it’s still possible to help him release some mental and physical energy with a variety of activities. Here are some tips to help keep everyone happy, even when the weather outside is frightful.
How to Start Skijoring and Bikejoring With Your Dog
If you’re looking for a fun new way to get outside and have an adventure with your dog, you might want to check out skijoring (if you’re into snow sports) or bikejoring (if you’re a cyclist). In these two “mushing” sports, you and your dog are connected by a tether so that your dog can help pull you to beautiful places. It’s a great way to cover a lot of terrain, obey local leash laws, and learn to work together. The best part is, virtually any healthy dog that weighs at least 30 pounds can try it.