Author: Dr. Shruti Bhattacharya

Honey is an all-around natural treat. However, is honey for dogs beneficial? Harvested directly from beehives, honey is a sweet yet delightful natural product that can be consumed without any treatment. For humans, honey has proven itself to be very useful. It can be used to soothe cough and sore throat issues, reduce seasonal allergies, as a natural sweetener, et cetera. However, is honey for dogs a safe option? The short answer to this question would be YES! Honey, if provided to your dog in small quantities, can be beneficial and keep your dog protected. However, honey is not meant…

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Are you punishing your dog? Stop right now. Punishing your dog never works This is possibly the most discussed topic on dog forums and Facebook groups. Is punishing your dog effective or not, and if punishing is ineffective, what should they do instead to correct the pup’s behaviour? First, you must understand that your dog is your child. It would help if you treated your dog the same way you will treat your child. Would you hit your child if they do something inappropriate? Especially when you know that your kid does not understand that the behaviour is unacceptable in…

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Are you facing trouble with your dog’s unwanted chewing behavior? Without any further ado, try out these simple yet effective solutions. Every dog guardian has faces dog chewing problems. At some point or other, they have returned home to find damage inflicted on their furniture, shoes, clothing, or any other item around the house. This is especially prevalent in the case of puppies. Most people attribute unwanted chewing to the puppyhood stages. However, this behavior is also observed in some dogs after they have reached adulthood. Dogs normally use their sense of smell and vision to explore the world. Yet,…

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When you decide to adopt a puppy, the desire to adopt two puppies at one go is valid. Training two puppies together seem to be an easier job than training them one after the other. However, as a responsible dog guardian, there is something you should be aware of. It is the littermate syndrome. When dog guardians adopted two puppies together, sometimes the opposite of what they thought originally (easy to train, will get along well with each other, etc.) proves to be true. It is understandable that you wouldn’t want to separate the siblings and bring only one home.…

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I am always on the lookout for the next best thing in dog care. To be honest, bone broth for dogs beats the competition by a mile. Bone broth for dogs has immense benefits when added to your dog’s regular feeding schedule. The best part about it is that it rarely poses any risk to the dog. However, it is still recommended that you discuss with your veterinarian before incorporating bone broth as a part of your dog’s regular diet. In this blog post, I will be discussing the primary benefit of adding bone broth to your dog’s diet as…

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Apple cider vinegar for dogs is like an untapped resource. For thousands of years, it has played an important role in cooking and as a natural medicine for humans. In humans, it has shown health benefits like improvement in blood sugar levels, reduction in cancer and heart disease risk as well as indigestion relief. However, this staple ingredient has also been shown to have many benefits in dog health. In this blog post, I will discuss 17 amazing benefits of this natural remedy for dogs. If you are interested to know more about dog care, please subscribe to the blog…

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Have you ever wondered what do dog zoomies mean? When your dog frantically runs around the house for apparently no reason, it looks cute but it also raises a question. What is this behavior of dog zoomies? Why do dogs do it? What are dog zoomies? In this blog post, I will be discussing all about dog zoomies. If you want to know dog care tips, the secrets of dog psychology, and the science behind the correct training of dogs, please subscribe to the blog so that I can directly send you new articles in your inbox. Dog zoomies or…

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Have you ever wondered, why do dogs lick you? If you are looking for an answer to this question, you are at the right place. Keep reading all the way to the end to understand why do dogs lick people. Why do dogs lick you? It has been commonly observed that most dogs like licking people. Dog guardians usually referred to this behavior as giving kisses. This is considered a sign of affection. However, some dogs have been observed to lick people more than others. So dog guardians and dog lovers have a few questions in mind which they would…

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Dogs suffer from Alzheimer like conditions too. This is referred to as dog dementia. Is your dog displaying behavioral changes? Is he or she failing to remember the regular routines? Does your dog appear to be confused or disoriented? If so, then your dog might be suffering from canine dementia. This is also referred to as dog dementia. In this blog post, I will be discussing what is dog dementia? How does it affect canines? What can you as a dog guardian do to prevent as well as care for your dog if he or she is suffering from dementia?…

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Are you worried about Rottweiler health issues? You have come to the right place. In this blog post, I will be discussing the most common health issues faced by Rottweilers. Rottweilers are one of the most recognizable dog breeds with their solidly muscled body, large head, and handsome tan and black markings on the fur. Rottweilers are mostly known for their strength, intelligence as well as fierce loyalty. However, Rottweiler fans fall primarily into two different categories. The first category involves those who consider these large breed dogs to be absolute love bugs. On the other hand, we have those…

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