If you’re facing the difficult decision of euthanizing your failing dog or if you’ve had to say goodbye to your canine companion, my heart goes out to you.
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There are many strange phenomena in the world, but one of them is the fact that so many veterinary emergencies seem to happen on Mother’s Day, Christmas Eve, Easter Sunday, or Saturday night at midnight. And such was the case with Luke’s last day. By sharing our family’s story of saying goodbye to a dog, […]
Get helpful advice on how to clip a dog’s toenails from the source: a dog! Mishu is a rescue dog turned advice columnist who shares her canine wisdom on everything from real life dog problems to the path to human contentment. Today, Mishu answers seven questions about learning how to clip a dog’s toenails.
Milk chocolate. Baker’s chocolate. Semi-sweet chocolate. For our canine companions, there is nothing sweet about chocolate or chocolate poisoning. However, while dog owners may understand that chocolate and dogs don’t mix, our lovable dogs do not.
That’s how I found myself on the other end of the stethoscope, so to speak, as my sister’s dog was at the ER being treated for chocolate poisoning. By sharing this true story of Banjo and the bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips, I hope to arm you with tips and resources you need in the case of chocolate poisoning.