Keeping your pup’s teeth clean and healthy is an important part of being a good dog parent. Tooth problems can be really rough on our pets. If left untreated they can lead to disease and decay, causing pain, discomfort, and issues with eating. Tooth and gum disease can even lead to kidney infections if they […]
As dog owners, we want to give our dogs the very best of everything—including food. With a rise in health and wellness over the last decade, people are paying more attention than ever to what they feed their dogs. But how do you know you’re choosing the right food for your dog? What nutrients does […]
Caring for an elderly dog can be hard. Not only do you have to adjust to new tasks, potential new illnesses and medications, and show extra love and patience, but it also might be harder emotionally. Watching your beloved pet wind down isn’t always easy, but older dogs can make some of the best companions […]
Are you passionate about helping dogs? Looking to adopt a new friend from a great organization? Or perhaps your home is full but your heart is ready to help out an animal rescue organization that’s doing great things.
At Molosser, we’re dedicated to giving back. That’s why we donate a portion of all our proceeds to rescue organizations.
We all love the warmer weather with our dogs—more walks, hikes, and lake time!
But unfortunately, the summer pests also love the warmer weather. Bugs can pose a threat to your furry friend, and it’s important to know what to watch out for and how to keep your dog safe this summer.
You’re cooking and you drop a piece of food, only to find your dog swooping in to eat it. Or you get up from your plate for a second only to turn around and find your dog munching your lunch! You might wonder if it’s safe…after all, there are plenty of human foods that dogs […]
You probably already know the importance of having insurance for yourself…but what about for your furry friend? As so many of us know, illnesses and injuries to our pets can be devastating. That difficult situation is only compounded when you have to make tough decisions based on costs.. Pet insurance can help you out in […]
“Dogs have a way of finding the people who need them and filling an emptiness we didn’t ever know we had.” – Thom Jones The worst thing about owning a dog is that they can’t be with us forever. Losing a dog is one of the hardest experiences many of us ever go through. No […]
The weather is getting warmer, and that means more chances to get outside and have fun with your pup! But heat isn’t always a dog’s best friend. Many breeds are prone to heat exhaustion, overexertion, and even heat stroke! Fortunately, there are plenty of fun ways to help your pet cool down and beat the […]
There’s nothing worse than seeing your four-legged best friend in pain. We’ve all been there—you come home from work and realize your pup spent his day digging in the trash, or they’ve been playing outside and you aren’t sure what they got into.
You freeze—do you pack up and head to the vet right away? Or do you wait it out and see what happens?
You want your dog to be safe, but you don’t know if you’re overreacting or underreacting. The worst part is that your dog can’t communicate with you to tell you what’s wrong. So how do you know when to pay the vet a visit?