Why Air Purifiers are Essential for Any Dog Owner

Millions of people around the world have dogs and other pets. While they make you happy and put a big smile on your face, they can be a nightmare in terms of air quality and allergies. In order to keep your home environment healthy and harmonious, having an air purifier for pets can be a great idea. The worst culprits for allergens are cats and dogs, with other animals such as birds being big offenders.…

7 Natural Remedies for Your Dog

The traditional veterinary medication used to treat sick dogs would usually be pharmaceutical products. However, these medications can sometimes harm your dog’s liver, kidney, or upset its stomach. In order to protect their pets, many dog owners are now starting to look into alternative more natural treatment options and remedies. What makes natural remedies a great treatment option for your dog is that they do not harm their health, yet positively affect them. These remedies…

Top 3 Trending Dogs Breeds for 2020

Man’s best friend, aka dogs, are extremely popular all around the world. Their loyal, fun-loving, and happy behavior have created a frenzy of standard dog breeds as well as new designer dog breeds. With the help of We Love Doodles, here are our Top 3 Picks for the most trending dog breeds for 2020. Goldendoodle This hypoallergenic dog breed is taking the world by storm because they look like cute teddy bears. If you’ve been…

How much is a Pug? Guide to Buying a Pug Puppy

So you are planning to buy a pug. One of the initial questions you will be asking yourself when thinking of owning a pug is ‘How much is a pug?’ Are they expensive? Can be, well very likely. There are a number of factors that could have a huge impact on the price to buy a pug puppy. Where Pugs are located Where the dog is located is one of the major factors when it…

Ear infections in Dogs – Causes, Symptoms, Treatments & Prevention Tips

Ear infections in Dogs – Causes, Symptoms, Treatments & Prevention Tips Ear infections are one of the most common health issues dogs can get, and this is especially true in dog breeds with large and floppy ears including pugs, cocker spaniels, cockapoos and basset hounds. In fact, this is actually one of the main reasons for my pug visiting the vets over the last 10 year! According to the AKC, around 20 percent of dogs…

How to Choose the Right Pet Carrier for your Pug

I’m often asked why choosing a pet carrier should be different for a pug than any other animal. There are actually a couple of reasons. Firstly, their short snouts mean they can experience breathing problems during travel, when there are changes in air pressure, or in confined stuffy spaces. This makes it extremely important to choose a carrier that keeps them safe and healthy. The other reason is due to their unique personality. If you have…

Toxic foods that Dogs and Cats should Never Eat

Cats are true carnivores, which means they rarely prefer something different other than meat, milk and products containing these. Conversely, unlike cats, dogs are omnivores (just like us humans!), which means that besides meat, dogs also eat vegetables and fruits for a balanced diet. There are a number of common foods that dogs and cats should never eat no matter how cute they are staring at you when you are eating – including the following:…

What’s the Most Popular Pet in the US? – Pet Statistics

So I have always believed that dogs are the most popular pet. I am a proud pug owner and I have always owned dogs since as far back as I can remember. According to the 2017-2018 APPA National Pet Owners Survey, 67 per cent of all U.S. households (85 million) own at least one pet, compared to the same survey carried out in 1988, which showed 51 million households owned pets, which accounted for 56%…

Cutting Down the Cost of Pet Insurance

Breed Other than Pedigree If you want to buy insurance for a dog that you haven’t yet adopted or bought, it is recommended to consider buying or adopting a crossbreed instead of a pedigree. An insurance policy for a pedigree can be costly as some of the breeds are more likely to develop a variety of hereditary conditions. Make sure to check the conditions covered in the policy as not all insurance providers include the…

How to Tell if Your Dog is Lactose Intolerant

Human babies get their nutrients from milk. In order to break down the nutrients found in milk, babies need a significant amount of an enzyme called lactase. However, as the babies grow up and start eating soft and, eventually, solid food, the body cuts back on lactase production since it no longer has much function. That is why almost 65 per cent of the human population have reduced ability to digest milk after infancy. In…