Vets warning to dog owners: Don't let pets drink from shared water bowls

Vets warning to dog owners: Don't let pets drink from shared water bowls

Speaking to TeamDogs, Kathleen Pohl, a veterinary surgeon at Zetland Vets and My Family Vets, warned: “If your dog is at risk and you are aware of a local outbreak, it would be sensible to avoid locations where your dog might have close contact with others such as busy parks, day care or shared public water and food bowls.”.

Petco stops selling shock collars, promotes #StopTheShock movement

Petco stops selling shock collars, promotes #StopTheShock movement

Petco announced yesterday that it will stop selling shock collars both online and in stores in a move being hailed by animal welfare advocates.Ron Coughlin, CEO of Petco, said selling shock collars doesn’t align with the company’s mission of improving the lives of both pets and people.

Dog suffers same coronavirus symptoms as owner after chewing her used tissues

Dog suffers same coronavirus symptoms as owner after chewing her used tissues

Mushka the Alaskan malamute developed the same symptoms as his owner (Picture: Mandy Hayes / SWNS)A dog could be the first in Britain to have contracted coronavirus after it chewed its owner’s discarded tissues then developed symptoms.

Is garlic good/bad for dogs?

Is garlic good/bad for dogs?

According to Gregory Tilford, author of the book All You Ever Wanted to Know About Herbs for Pets, dogs can quite safely consume 1/8th teaspoon of garlic powder per pound of food 3 to 4 times a week.