What is it like to Adopt a Senior Dog with Heart Problems
fatin・October 06, 2021
Thinking about adopting a senior dog? Read this article.
Reviewing Fish4Dogs – Yummy, Fuss-Free and Full of Protein Dog Treats
Pawjourr・May 31, 2021
We reached out to @dear.dexter and his owner, Shermaine, to hear their overall thoughts and comments on our Fish4Dogs campaign.
Wooftopia Cafe Launches Doggy Day Care: From Pack Walks to Free Treats, Your Dog’s Satisfaction is Guaranteed!
Pawjourr・May 25, 2021
Wooftopia Cafe is now offering services for DOGGY DAY CARE.
5 signs your dog is a happy pup!
Pawjourr・April 12, 2021
Keeping your furbaby happy and healthy is every pawrent’s biggest responsibility when it comes to pet ownership, and there’s no better feeling than knowing that your pet is in the pink of health!
A Dogsitter for the Furkid!
sand001287・February 25, 2021
Are you in a household where both pawrents work full time and the furbaby is mostly alone? Or perhaps are…
As I go gray, I want my hooman to know…
jeanyj・February 25, 2021
I opened my doggo eyes to the warm sunlight and I think of my younger days where I would bounce…
Tips on dog grooming from a professional groomer
Pawjourr・February 09, 2021
During the Circuit Breaker period, many pawrents had to result to emergency DIY grooming to ensure that their pets were…
The loss that nobody wants to talk about.
Dear.dexter・February 03, 2021
It has been some weeks since I’ve thought of making a contribution to Pawjourr and I’ve finally plucked up enough…
How to Care for an Older Dog
Alexandra Tung・December 22, 2020
Learn what goes into caring for an older dog, and how one owner learns how to appreciate her pup with the time that she has.
Tumour removal for a senior dog
jeanyj・September 02, 2020
Giving belly rubs to our furkids is great fun for the dogs and pawrents. It is a great activity to bond and keep us happy by making our pets happy too. However, frequent belly rubs can do something that is rather crucial and important – detecting abnormal growths. Tumours in dogs, a common occurrence in senior dogs, are 50% malignant and 50% benign. When discovered, especially for pawrents with senior dogs, the common concern was whether it is safe for our dogs to go through with the removal surgery.
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