Dogs

Yellow Labrador Retriever puppy in veterinarians arms

The Link Between Parvovirus and COVID-19: How to Protect Your Pup and Prevent Infection

There have been several ripple effects across the globe as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, even within the canine community. More people have welcomed new furry friends into their homes and hearts as a source of support and comfort during the coronavirus crisis, and unfortunately, this has led to some unintended consequences. A new…

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Owner disinfecting dog toys.

Pandemic-Related Pet Poisoning is on the Rise: Keeping Your Dogs and Puppies Safe

People have been extremely diligent about cleaning and disinfecting amid the COVID-19 pandemic. While cleanliness is essential to limit the virus’ spread, there is an unintended side effect on the rise – pet poisonings. While most responsible puppy parents know what harmful products and ingredients to steer clear of, elevated stress in the wake of…

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Woman wearing mask walking her Jack Russell.

Frequently Asked Questions: What Dog Owners Need to Know About COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is ever-evolving, and as we learn more about this novel virus, we discover new information about the virus’ impact – including the way it affects our canine friends. Today we’ll discuss some of the most frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and dogs, and share answers based on recent information reported by several…

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Corgi being bathed in tub

Caring for Your Dog at Home: DIY Grooming Do’s and Don’ts

Recent circumstances have many people wondering how they can take care of their pet’s grooming needs at home. While it can seem like a daunting task, have no fear! Grooming can actually be a wonderful bonding time for you and your pup. Knowing how to perform basic grooming tasks – such as brushing and bathing…

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Woman and her West Highland White Terrier sitting on a couch.

Quarantine and Physical Distancing: What it Means for Your Dog

As we continue to navigate this unprecedented situation as a result of COVID-19, it’s important to keep in mind that our pets are also affected. Adjusting to new routines and processes is difficult for everyone – dogs included!  Today we’re sharing some quick tips and helpful reminders to help your furry friend stay healthy, safe,…

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Small Pug sleeping on its front paws.

Can My Dog or Puppy Catch the COVID-19 Coronavirus?

As we learn more about SARS-COV-2, better known as COVID-19, many people have wondered whether or not their dogs or puppies are safe from coronavirus. While there is a separate and non-COVID-19 coronavirus that can affect dogs, it is usually an enteric disease, causing diarrhea and vomiting – quite unlike the symptoms of the current…

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Dachshund having teeth examined.

Dog Dental Care: Top Tips for Healthy Teeth

Did you know February is Veterinary Dental Care Month in Canada and National Pet Dental Health Month in the U.S.? It’s a special time to focus on the importance of your pup’s dental health. Dental health for dogs is essential for many reasons, but ultimately, it prevents infection of the gums and teeth, which can…

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Bernard standing in snow.

Looking for a Pup Who Loves the Winter Weather? A Dog Breed Finder Can Help!

With winter weather quickly approaching, you might be wondering what breeds are most likely to be found frolicking in a fresh dusting of snow. Just like humans, there are some pups who love the cold weather and others that hide at the first sight of snowflakes! Using a dog breed finder tool like PuppyViewer’s, you’ll…

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Family teaching purebred dog leash etiquette

Dog Leash Etiquette: What to Know and What to Avoid

With the summer weather finally upon us, getting the dog out for a great walk is our top priority. Leash walking your dog has many benefits and setting yourself up for success is well worth the effort. But are you aware that there are a few dog leash etiquette rules you should be following? While…

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Group of purebred dogs at play

Dogs at Play: Is That Fun Fighting or Fight Fighting? Here’s What You Need to Know

Despite tens of thousands of years of domestication, sometimes it seems it seems that dogs aren’t too far removed from their wolf’ish origins. And nowhere is that more evident than during play time! What to a casual observer might look like a snarling, biting cage match, to one who understands the psychology of dogs at…

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