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  • Do Dogs Sweat?

    It’s a popular myth that dogs don’t sweat. Canines may not perspire as much as humans, but they cool down through a variety of ways including sweating, panting, and insulating their bodies with their fur. Wondering what role sweat specifically plays? Read on to find out more about sweating in dogs!
  • Tips for Staying Cool During the Dog Days of Summer

    Being based in sunny SoCal, we at Bark Potty know that summers can get pretty heated! While it’s known to get pretty toasty around here, it’s no longer uncommon for many areas across the country to reach extreme heat (i.e. 2-3 days of temps above 90 degrees). Learn how to keep your fur baby cool during the dog days of summer with these important tips. 
  • Is Your Dog Eating Too Quickly?

    Everyone wants to pig out every now and then–even the most fit doggos. But is eating too fast causing your fur baby problems such as vomiting and diarrhea? If so, it might be time to look for solutions that not only address digestive issues, but also the anxieties underlying the behavior. 
  • Looking Out for Signs of Diabetes in Dogs

    The idea that your precious pooch could be dealing with a serious medical condition can be a scary thought. However, it’s important to be aware of the symptoms and causes of diabetes so that it can be nipped in the bud right away. 

  • Potty Tips for Dogs with Arthritis

    Getting old isn’t easy, and the same is true for our sweet, furry friends. Regardless of whether your dog uses a doggie door, waits for walks, or pees on a pad, it’s time to make adjustments if your pooch is developing arthritis. Not sure what first steps to take? Check out our suggestions below to make potty time easier for arthritic doggos. 
  • Ruff Day? Recognizing Signs of Stress in Dogs

    Every dog has a ruff day–even the most loved and best cared for fur babies. Separation anxiety, routine changes, boredom, and illness are just a few of the reasons that canines may experience stress. While stress isn’t entirely unavoidable, dog pawrents can learn about common signs of stress so that they can get their fur babies back to their happy and healthy selves again. 
  • Tips for Moving with a Dog

    Transitioning into a new home is a major change for doggos, and they’ll need all the help they can get to feel safe and adjust to an entirely different environment. Here, we discuss some tips for giving your fur baby some peace of mind while going through this major life event.  
  • Recovering from Paw Pad Injuries

    Paw pad injuries may seem much less serious than other common physical traumas dogs face like broken bones and torn ligaments, but that doesn’t mean they’re not painful or dangerous. Read on to learn more about how to care for your pup's paw pad injuries.
  • Your Springtime Guide to Shopping for Your Dog

    Is your dog ready to get back outdoors and bask in some glorious sunshine? Here, we recommend springtime essentials that will get you all set up for the spring.
  • Prevent Dog Calluses with These 5 Tips

    Calluses are often inevitable for canines, because they spend so much of their time being in contact with hard surfaces. Preventive measures are key in keeping your doggo callus free. Read on to find out more about how you can prevent and treat dog calluses! 
  • Recognizing Roundworms in Dogs

    Roundworm, an icky spaghetti-shaped worm, is one of the most common parasites found in dogs. It’s important for dog pawrents to recognize the symptoms of roundworm, as nearly all dogs will likely have roundworms at some point in their life.  
  • Dealing with Springtime Pests and Parasites

    Humans and dogs alike are eager to head back out as the weather gets warmer and the sun a little brighter! But as spring approaches, so do those pesky pests. Though it may be difficult to avoid pests entirely, there are many steps that dog pawrents can take to make sure their fur babies stay healthy and pest-free. 
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