Leia, the excited taste tester (Image credit: Amanda) My dog, Leia, always my helpful buddy, was very excited when Jinx contacted her and asked her to check out her brand new meal toppers, which hit shelves just last month. Customer service couldn’t have been better. They also wanted to offer Leia dental chews to try,… Continue reading DogTime Review: Do Jinx ‘Meal Toppers’ Make Doggy Dinners More Delicious?
Selbyville, Delaware, June 3, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Global Market Insights Inc. recently released a new report on the Pet Wearables Market that estimates the Pet Wearables market valuation at over $ 10 Billion by 2027, and Pets Will Drive Industry Growth. Wearable devices for pets are being widely adopted by identification and tracking applications.… Continue reading Pet Wearable Market revenue to hit $10 Bn by 2027; Global
Pruritus can dramatically affect the quality of life of both patients and their owners. Pet owners have reported that as their pet becomes more itchy, the quality of life for their pet decreases. Different types of allergies can appear the same, and patients can have more than one type of allergy, which can make it… Continue reading The multimodal approach to canine atopic dermatitis
Paddy is a 15 year old golden retriever, very popular but slow on his feet. Important points: US studies have found that dogs had fewer seizures when treated with cannabinoids – compounds found in cannabis It was noted that there were fewer side effects for the dogs Veterinary cannabis use has yet to be approved… Continue reading Cannabis treatment for sick dogs lags behind US, but Colorado expert urges caution