Should You Have Your Labrador’s Dewclaws Removed?

Dewclaws are those little claws sticking out on the inner sides of your Labrador’s feet. They are practically like thumbs in dogs. Dogs often have them on the front feet. However, some also have them on their hind feet. Dewclaws are those “toes” that usually don’t reach the …

How Foxtail Can Kill Your Labrador

Did you know that foxtail can kill your Labrador? Foxtails are small and look seemingly harmless, but they can be a threat for any dogs and pets. Foxtail plants look like grass, and they are found mostly in the western half of the United States. Their seeds are …

Yeast Infection in Dogs

Yeast Infection in dogs is not exactly rare. A dog may suffer from this skin condition any time of the year, but it is more common during summer. Believe it or not, a yeast infection is likely caused by an underactive immune system. Whether in dogs or humans, …

Dealing with Dog Pee Smell

Dealing with dog pee smell is something ALL dog owners face. Sadly, cleaning up after your Labrador isn’t always enough to get rid of the smell especially if he or she decided to do so on the carpet, bed, or any furniture with soft cushions. Even if your …

Kidney Problems in Dogs

Kidney problems in dogs are common – especially in seniors. This problem is estimated to affect 10% of dogs in their lifetime. Kidney problems have different causes. They may also affect dogs of different age groups. Since kidneys extract waste from blood, any damage or problems in it …

How to Induce Vomiting in Dogs

Labradors are notorious gobblers and given a chance; they would eat anything – even the ones that are harmful to them. Because of this, it is good to know how to induce vomiting in dogs. There are a lot of threats lurking in your home: medications, cleaning products, …

Remove Dog Pee Smell

Knowing how to remove dog pee smell is important if you have dogs. Dealing with dog pee is something all dog owners face. Even if your Labrador is potty-trained, chances are he might still experience accidents in the house once in a while. The good news is there …

Subscribe to our newsletter!

Keep your Labrador healthy and happy!

  • Never miss a post!
  • Regular tips and advice!
  • Awesome videos and images!