Category Archives: Dog Health

Do Dog’s Paws Get Cold in Winter?

The great southern state of Texas is noted for it’s warm temperatures and sunny skies. Certainly no threat of freezing cold temperatures here, right? In fact, the average winter temperatures in Austin range from 40°F to a pleasant 73°F. While considered mild, … Continue reading

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Paw Gnawing: Why Dogs Chew on Their Feet

It can produce the most annoying sounds that grind on your nerves like a dripping faucet. That never ending paw gnawing and incessant licking! Those of you that ever experienced it, know oh too well the unforgettable lip smacking and slurping noises we’re referring … Continue reading

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My Dog Ate a Bee!

Warm sunshine and beautiful blossoms inspire us as we venture out with our pups in the yards and parks all over Austin and the surrounding area. Sunny days are filled with romps at the dog park and digging in the flower garden, … Continue reading

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Do Dog’s Paws Get Cold in Winter?

The great southern state of Texas is noted for it’s warm temperatures and sunny skies. Certainly no threat of freezing cold temperatures here, right? In fact, the average winter temperatures in Austin range from 40°F to a pleasant 73°F. While considered mild, … Continue reading

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Why Do Dogs Faces Turn White Over Time?

Time changes everything, even for our dogs. From living arrangements and relationships to emotional stress and fatigue: how much of these affect how our dogs gray and why does the face of a healthy, young and vibrant dog turn white … Continue reading

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Paw Protection: Dog Booties for Winter

Austin is primarily warm nine months out of the year. We are free from the typical winter hazards like the snow and brutal cold native to northern states. But does that mean we should not concern ourselves with protecting our … Continue reading

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Why does my dog rub his face after eating?

Dog antics never cease to amaze me. If they’re not making you laugh, then they’re leaving you to wonder to yourself,why does my dog do that? Take my friend’s dog for example. Zach will get a can of top-notch brand … Continue reading

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Top 5 Dog Toys That Are Good For Teeth

Our dogs love it when we head out for our weekly trip to the local pet store. They know it ultimately ends in their choice pick of a new toy or two. But these days with so many types of … Continue reading

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Paw Gnawing: Why Dogs Chew on Their Feet

It can produce the most annoying sounds that grind on your nerves like a dripping faucet. That never ending paw gnawing and licking! In the middle of dinner, in the dead of the night, when guest are over or when … Continue reading

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Dogs on Asphalt – Avoid Burns and Blisters

Everybody loves the lazy days of summer and enjoying the fun activities that go along with it. And our dogs are no different! All it takes is grabbing the leash or uttering of the words, ‘out or ride’ and it’s game on! Walks in the … Continue reading

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