Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

There are lots of disagreements when it comes to what food is best for your dog. Most confusion comes from what vets tell you. You’ve probably seen many articles about how it’s important to have healthy meat sources and no fillers in your dog’s food. However, many of the brands vets recommend contradict this healthy advice. Why is that? (Click title to read more!)

I’ve seen lots of dogs that have cropped ears and docked tails. For some breeds, it might even seem normal, but that’s the sad part. I want to bring attention to procedures like this because many people do think it’s normal for certain breeds, but that shouldn’t be the case. Anyone who thinks that needs to hear this from a dog’s perspective. (Click title to read more!)

With all the chaos going on at the moment, I felt like I had to make an article on this topic. Anything new and unfamiliar can be scary for humans, which is why so many people were quick to panic with the news of the coronavirus. Since I’m just a dog, I don’t know much about how it affects humans, but I just wanted to share some information about if you should be worried about your furry friend. (Click title to read more!)

Like humans, dogs can get allergies to everyday food items and ingredients. Every dog can have allergic reactions to different things, but there are certainly some common dog food ingredients and human foods that lots of dogs are sensitive to. If your dog has an allergic reaction, it’s important to find the cause right away! (Click title to read more!)

Dog parents are often very opinionated about what others feed their dogs. There are just so many options to choose from, so how do you know what is best for your pup? At first, I thought there was only dry and wet food, but I quickly learned about raw dog food too. So, what exactly is raw dog food? (Click title to read more!)

Most dog lovers have heard the term ‘hypoallergenic’ plenty of times before. Many people assume that this term means that it’s impossible to be allergic to these dogs, but that’s not really the case. I happen to be a hypoallergenic breed, but I recently learned that it is possible to be allergic to Shih Tzus like me. (Click title to read more!)