Why Do Dogs Chew Their Feet? Reasons Why and What to Do

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Why do dogs chew their feet? There could be a couple of different issues at play — and foot chewing or licking in itself could create even more problems.

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Why Do Dogs Chew Their Feet? Reasons Why and What to Do

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Why do dogs chew their feet? There could be a couple of different issues at play — and foot chewing or licking in itself could create even more problems.

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Let’s Meet Some of the Best Service Dog Breeds

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Service dogs are an increasingly popular topic. There’s a lot of confusion around what exactly a service dog is, and the differences between service dogs and emotional support dogs. Let’s meet five service dog breeds and learn more about service dogs right here.

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Let’s Meet Some of the Best Service Dog Breeds

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Service dogs are an increasingly popular topic. There’s a lot of confusion around what exactly a service dog is, and the differences between service dogs and emotional support dogs. Let’s meet five service dog breeds and learn more about service dogs right here.

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Now You Can Drink Wine AND Feed Shelter Dogs At The Same Time

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Love Dogs. Drink Wine. What could be more relaxing than spending some quality with your pup? Maybe adding a glass of wine and feeding shelter dogs. Great news! iHeartsDogs is excited to announce our new partnership with Winc (pronounced wink). What’s Winc, you ask? It’s just quite possibly the best way to enjoy a glass […]

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New Drug Shows Promise for Dog Dementia

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New drug Ropesalazine may help dogs with canine cognitive dysfunction.

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Dog Digestive System Basics — How Long Does it Take for a Dog to Digest Food?

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Let’s explore the basics of the dog digestive system, like how long does it take for a dog to digest food? How long does food stay in a dog’s stomach? Where does you dog’s digestion actually take place?

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Doggy Retirement Home Finds A Hilarious Solution To Pup’s Separation Anxiety

Take note, pet lovers – some jobs are best left to a dummy! Kristen Peralta runs Vintage Dog Rescue, a facility that cares for senior dogs. Her husband, Marc, has a senior pug of his own named Shorty. Shorty was a stray who wound up in a Philadelphia shelter at the time Marc was working […]

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Your Dog Ate a Chicken Bone — Here’s What to Do

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Eek! Your dog ate a chicken bone! What do you do next? Find out how to handle a dog who ate a chicken bone and why most bones are bad for dogs in the first place.

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Recipe: Simple Dipped Valentine’s Day Treats for Dogs

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Show your pup some extra love this Valentine’s Day when you create these simple dipped V-Day treats.

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Letter From A Rescue Dog

If you’ve ever rescued a dog, no doubt, you’ve heard or even used the expression, “they rescued me.” But make no mistake. You saved this fragile life. That life that had its time on earth measured in days. As great as that little pup may make you feel, you may never know the boundless, heartfelt […]

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Do Dogs Have A Concept Of Time?

“You’re good doggies. I’ll be back soon.” Ever said that? Those were my last words to my dogs this morning when I took my kids to school. Though I’d only be gone 20 minutes, I knew I’d return to whimpers and wagging tails as if I’d been gone for days. That made me wonder. Do […]

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Skinny Outside Dog Finally Lives Happy Life Indoors

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. Foxy came to All Species Kinship’s (ASK) through their direct-outreach service for outside dogs. Foxy struggled to maintain adequate body weight, due both to her guardian’s financial […]

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Skinny Outside Dog Finally Lives Happy Life Indoors

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. Foxy came to All Species Kinship’s (ASK) through their direct-outreach service for outside dogs. Foxy struggled to maintain adequate body weight, due both to her guardian’s financial […]

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Can Dogs Eat Bananas?

When choosing a healthy snack for yourself you may wonder if you can share with your dog. Can dogs eat bananas? Whether dogs should eat human food has always been a topic of debate. Some people can’t say no to a dog who turns on the puppy-dog-eyes at snack time. Others think that giving their […]

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Can Dogs Eat Bananas?

When choosing a healthy snack for yourself you may wonder if you can share with your dog. Can dogs eat bananas? Whether dogs should eat human food has always been a topic of debate. Some people can’t say no to a dog who turns on the puppy-dog-eyes at snack time. Others think that giving their […]

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So Many Products Your Pup Will Love

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From a faux leather vest that lets your dog stroll or lounge in style to dental treats that use only eight ingredients, discover some dog products you won’t want to miss.

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Dog Pooping Blood? Here’s What to Do Next

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A dog pooping blood calls for medical attention, but before you call your vet, make sure that the red stuff you’re seeing is, in fact, blood. Here’s how to determine if it’s blood in your dog’s stool — or something else.

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Heartbroken Man Who Was Saved By A Chihuahua Has Rescued Over 30 Tiny Dogs

Bobby Humphreys is a big guy doing big things in rescue – for little dogs! Big Guy Littles World Sanctuary is Bobby’s passion project. He cares for and rehomes tiny Chihuahuas who have had rough beginnings or special needs. But just a few years ago if you had told Bobby that he’d be spending his […]

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Dogs in Heat: 9 Things to Know

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Let’s talk dogs in heat — What should you do if your dog is in heat? And what are the signs of a female dog in heat in the first place? Do dogs know when they’re in heat?

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Volunteers Wanted: Must Want To Drink Wine And Feed Shelter Dogs

Love Dogs. Drink Wine. What could be more relaxing than spending some quality with your pup? Maybe adding a glass of wine and feeding shelter dogs. Great news! iHeartsDogs is excited to announce our new partnership with Winc (pronounced wink). What’s Winc, you ask? It’s just quite possibly the best way to enjoy a glass […]

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Shelter Dog Helps Veteran Find Joy In Life Again

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible. Gary, an Army Veteran, bravely served our country, and while doing so, suffered several service-connected injuries. He had a hard time leaving the house and could not […]

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Researchers 3D Print New Skull for Dog with Cancer

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A 3D-printed skull plate saved the life of one dog with a multilobular osteochondrosarcoma tumor.

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Photographer’s “Hair of the Dog” Photos Show How Beautiful Dog Fur Can Be

No one knows your dog’s coat like you do. With all the time spent brushing, petting, and plucking stray hairs off your shirt, you might be an expert on your dog’s fur! But when was the last time you really looked at it? Photographer Shaina Fishman’s Hair of the Dog series has a new angle […]

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14 Valentine’s Day Gifts For The Special Pup In Your Life

Traditional Valentine’s Day gifts like mushy cards, red roses and absurdly large heart-shaped boxes of chocolates just won’t do when your Valentine happens to be your pup! The 14 products on this list are specifically designed to delight the pooch who stole your heart. Whether your dog is a chow hound, a plushie lover or […]

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Terminally Ill Sister-Pups Need Your Help To Get The Most From Their Remaining Days

When German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County (GSROC) first heard about Astrid and Eisa, they knew they had to help. The sweet sisters were born in a shelter where it quickly became apparent something was wrong. The adorable pair have a rare congenital condition that inhibits cellular growth. Without the resources to meet the girls’ special […]

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Volunteers Wanted: Must Want To Drink Wine And Feed Shelter Dogs

Love Dogs. Drink Wine. What could be more relaxing than spending some quality with your pup? Maybe adding a glass of wine and feeding shelter dogs. Great news! iHeartsDogs is excited to announce our new partnership with Winc (pronounced wink). What’s Winc, you ask? It’s just quite possibly the best way to enjoy a glass […]

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Volunteers Wanted: Must Want To Drink Wine And Feed Shelter Dogs

Love Dogs. Drink Wine. What could be more relaxing than spending some quality with your pup? Maybe adding a glass of wine and feeding shelter dogs. Great news! iHeartsDogs is excited to announce our new partnership with Winc (pronounced wink). What’s Winc, you ask? It’s just quite possibly the best way to enjoy a glass […]

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How to Deal With Your Dog Peeing in the House

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Is your dog peeing in the house or on other things he shouldn’t? We’ve got tips to identify why it happens, how to stop it — and how to clean up dog pee!

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Dug Up at Dogster: February 2019 Dog Events

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The weather outside might be frightful but that’s no reason not to grab your pup and get out to one of these great 2019 February dog events. Can’t find your February dog event? Just send us an email at dogstermag@belvoir.com and we’ll post your event in our 2019 dog events listings. Now, let’s see what …

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Classic Cartoon Debate: Is Goofy a Dog?

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Since he was created in 1932, Goofy has proved one of Disney’s most enduring and popular characters. After 85 years, though, fans continue to wonder: Is Goofy a dog? A dog? A cow? A wolf?

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BREAKING: 25 Varieties of Dog Food Recalled for Elavated Vitamin D – Hills Prescription Diet & Science Diet Affected

Hill’s Pet Nutrition and Science Diet has voluntarily recalled select canned dog food products due to potentially elevated levels of vitamin D. While vitamin D is essential for dogs, consuming elevated levels can lead to potential health issues such as vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst, increased urination, excessive drooling, and weight loss. Vitamin D, […]

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7 Ways Pet Parents Can Help Control Their Dog Allergies

15 to 20% of Americans have some sort of allergic reaction to dogs. Despite the prevalence of dog-related asthma, sneezing, itchy skin and hives, nearly half of US households have at least one pup. Pet lovers are clearly willing to endure their symptoms in order to enjoy the many benefits of sharing their lives with […]

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RECALL: Woody’s Pet Food Deli Voluntarily Recalls Ground Turkey Raw Food For Salmonella Contamination

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is alerting consumers to a recall for Woody’s Pet Food Deli Raw food. Samples collected by the MDA tested positive for Salmonella contamination. Samples were collected after a human case of Salmonella contamination was identified in the state of Minnesota. Their pet was also found to have Salmonella, however not […]

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Here’s What You Need To Know To Keep Your Dog Safe And Happy During Extreme Cold Weather

The U.S. is experiencing extremely low temperatures across the Midwest as a polar vortex sweeps through the area. If you live in an area affected by the low temperatures, be sure to keep your pets just as warm as the rest of your family. It should go without saying that all pets should be indoors. […]

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Stuck Inside? Here Are 12 Tips To A Happier, Healthier Indoor Dog

12 Ways to Boost Happiness & Health of your Indoor Canine Companion   Owning a dog is a lot like having a child- exciting in theory, maybe a little scary at first, but always a beautiful adventure that continues on for as long as any love can. Keeping that child healthy and happy? That’s not always an […]

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Puppy Born With “Upside Down Paws” Will Soon Walk For The First Time

Milo has been through more in his first three months than most pups go through in a lifetime. The Treeing Walker Coonhound was born with a rare congenital defect in which both elbows are luxated, forcing his paw pads to turn upwards. Milo’s disability was more than his breeder could handle. When he was 5-weeks-old, […]

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Runner Rescues Puppy During Marathon Then Carries Her 19 Miles To The Finish Line

Marathon runners train for months or even years to prepare their bodies and minds for the arduous 26.2 mile trek. Khemjira Klongsanun of Bangkok, Thailand is no exception. But when she came across a tiny puppy along the roadside about 7 miles into a local race, she dropped everything to rescue her. Klongsanun went on to […]

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Dog Coughs After Drinking Water — What’s Going On

The post Dog Coughs After Drinking Water — What’s Going On by Melvin Peña appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren’t considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph of an article, then linking out to the rest of the piece on Dogster.com.

If your dog coughs after drinking water, let’s examine three potential health issues that could be at play and what to do about each.

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Dealing With The Loss Of A Dog? Here Are 10 Tips To Help You Grieve

Dealing with the loss of a dog can feel impossible. Here are some tips to help manage the pain. There are few things worse than losing a beloved pet. As a loyal and loving family member, you become accustomed to sharing daily life with your four-legged friend. When they go for the final walk across the […]

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