We know you love your furry companion and we want to help you both live life to the fullest.
That’s why we’ve created Dog’s Best Life – an online magazine to provide information for dog lovers to help you keep pet happy, healthy, playful and loyal.
When you think of greyhounds, most of us think of greyhound racing. The popular, yet controversial sport has dominated the racing scene for many decades. However, as a result, there is a lot of misinformation about greyhounds in general. For starters, most people believe that greyhounds are high energy and that’s likely because the dogs… Read the rest »
By Lauren Peralta Having a dog is a big responsibility that takes a lot of time. Dogs need lots of love and attention, just like kids do. Dogs can get sad, they act up, they want to play and they need to be fed. When you have a dog, you need to be prepared to… Read the rest »
By Kelly Marshall Has your dog ever acted a certain way or done something, but you are unsure what it meant? Often, your dog may be trying to tell you something, but because you don’t understand dog body language or behavior, you may miss the meaning entirely. Therefore, it is vital that you know the… Read the rest »
By Karen A. Soukiasian It is imperative to have a physical, emotional and medical baseline of your pet’s habits and behaviors. With that in mind, you can note subtle changes in your puppy or dog that could be significant. Early, pre-emptive awareness and action, can often prevent unnecessary pain, exhortative veterinary expenses and even heartbreak.
By Christie Long Let’s be honest: dogs scratch themselves. They impress us with their flexibility; they seem to be almost made of rubber at times based on the way they can contort themselves to get in just the right position to scratch a seemingly unattainable itch. Perhaps one of the dog’s favorite anatomical locations to… Read the rest »