It turns out, they do! Dogs love snow. So, in the wake of the Polar Vortex and blizzard season, we asked experts the burning question: why do dogs love snow so much? Stanley Coren, a scientist and Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia and expert in canine psychology, said that many dogs … Continue Reading...
Stay away from any pet food that uses ingredient splitting. Ingredient splitting is the deceptive practice of subdividing a more abundant, yet inferior quality ingredient into smaller portions. This dubious tactic can be used to artificially raise a meat item to a higher position on an ingredients list, and lower an inferior one. Ingredients are … Continue Reading...
First of all, “leash” is probably not a good word to describe the thin cord used in many retractable devices. Secondly, the real purpose of using a leash to walk a dog is to keep the animal safe and under the owner’s control. Retractable leashes often do the opposite. There are many reasons to avoid … Continue Reading...
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