5 Health Hazards for your Dog in Winter

Lindsey ZimmermanDog Health, Senior Dogs

Brrr. Even if you live in balmier states such as Florida and California, the temperatures in the winter months dip. In some parts of the country, they can be downright freezing! Here are some health hazards for your dog in winter. Freezing Temperatures If the temperatures dip below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, your dog could be susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia. … Read More

Hair Raising Facts About Dog Hackles

Lindsey ZimmermanDog Health, Senior Dogs

Does the hair on your arm, neck or head ever go up involuntarily when you are stressed or overexcited? In humans it is called “goosebumps” but in dogs it’s called “hackles”. The medical term in dogs is piloerection, with pilo meaning hair. Hair doesn’t talk yet it does tell the emotional state of a dog. It is a dog’s way … Read More