10 Signs Your Dog Is Truly Happy

Advertisement Our dogs bring so much joy into our lives, and we do everything we can to return the favor. They brighten up our darkest days, give us constant unconditional love, and give us more smiles and laughs than we ever could’ve imagined before they came into our lives. It’s only natural that we want … [Read more…]

Is Your Dog’s Breed Listed Here? Then Make Sure You Clean Their Ears WEEKLY

According to Nationwide Pet Insurance, ear infections were the top reason people visited a veterinarian in 2016. This painful condition could be alleviated if dog owners were more consistent about caring for their dog’s ears, such as frequent inspections, and weekly cleanings. Which Dog Breeds Get The Most Ear Infections? If your dog has floppy ears, … [Read more…]

Anxious Veteran & Lonely Shelter Dog Become Each Others’ Heroes, Thanks To Customers Like You

Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible.  At the time of his adoption, Miller was a seven-year-old black Labrador mix who no one seemed to want. He spent most of his life in shelters and … [Read more…]

19 Superfood Snacks for Dogs [Infographic]

We know the value of consuming vegetables and fruits. Packed with nutrition, vitamins, minerals and fiber, they’re a big part of maintaining our health. Some are better than others, however, and those are often referred to as “superfoods.” You’re probably familiar with broccoli, but did you know there are many superfoods for dogs that are … [Read more…]

What Is “Fospice” & Why Should You Get Involved?

Advertisement Fostering an elderly or terminally ill dog is not a decision to be made lightly. It is often stressful, sometimes messy, and ultimately heart-wrenching. But it is also one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have.  According to the ASPCA’s Comprehesive Animal Risk Database System, the adoption rate for senior dogs is lower … [Read more…]