By Taylor Sienkiewicz You come home to your dog shaking under the bed out of fear of a strange noise that occurred while you have been gone for the day. You feel terribly for your pet, but what can you do? If you have ever had a pet who is anxious, stressed by minor triggers, […]
By Taylor Sienkiewicz In Bark & Wag’s article, What is CBD for Pets?, we explained how Bark & Wag CBD affects pets and aids them in various physical and mental issues. Today, we will share the pet owner’s stories of how Bark & Wag CBD has helped their pets. Martha ReQua, a relative of Bark […]
By Taylor Sienkiewicz We’ve all heard of the growing trend of using hemp, or CBD, for people’s mental and physical health. CBD has been shown to help with anxiety, depression, insomnia, chronic pain, recovery and more—all without the psychoactive effects of THC, a chemical found in marijuana that causes you to feel “high”. But can […]
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Ectoparasites are organisms that live on the outside of an animal. Ticks are fairly common ectoparasites of dogs (and cats). How often you see ticks on your dog and how severe a tick assault will be depends on the region of the country in which you live, the time of year (tick activity varies in warm and cool weather), the habits of your dog, and how and when you use tick control products. Some ticks can infest dogs that spend most of their time indoors, and even dogs that only spend brief periods of time outside can have ticks.
Essential oils are naturally occurring, volatile aromatic compounds that come from the seeds, bark, stems, flowers and roots of plants. If you’ve used them before, I’m sure you’re already familiar with how incredibly potent, fragrant and beneficial they can be to your health, but have you ever tried essential oils for pets? According to the American […]
Canine Influenza in Dogs There are two strains of the virus that causes dog flu (Influenza Type A): H3N8 and H3N2. Both primarily infect the respiratory system and are extremely contagious. While some dogs become very ill with dog flu, others can be exposed to the virus and fight off infection without ever getting sick. […]