For everyone who wants to be their dog's best friend . . . Love, Dog is the trusted resource to help you make the best choices for your dog's wellbeing . . . Listen to Episode 7 with neuroscientist Dr. Kathy Murphy on your favorite podcast app or click on the podcast button below. . . . Welcome to our podcast sponsors, Fig & Tyler! and Wonder Walker harnesses!
For everyone who wants to be their dog's best friend . . . Love, Dog is the trusted resource to help you make the best choices for your dog's wellbeing . . . Listen to Episode 7 with neuroscientist Dr. Kathy Murphy on your favorite podcast app or click on the podcast button below. . . . Welcome to our podcast sponsors, Fig & Tyler! and Wonder Walker harnesses!
Howls From The Founder
In our latest podcast episode, #9, Drew and I take the deep dive into brain development with neuroscientist Kathy Murphy. She explains how dogs’ brains develop throughout their lives starting in puppyhood. It’s a really big deal because if you understand some of the basics and get things right in puppyhood, you'll set the dog up for success! That means a happier dog, and a lot more joy from your companionship.

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Blueberries are a healthy treat for dogs due to their numerous nutritional advantages. They’re packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, promoting overall wellbeing and supporting dogs’ immune systems. They’re also low in calories and fat, making them an excellent option for weight management and maintaining a healthy diet. Additionally, blueberries contain fiber, which aids in digestion and can help alleviate a dog’s gastrointestinal. Lastly, the natural compounds found in blueberries have been linked to improved cognitive function and may contribute to a dog’s brain health and longevity.

Is your pup ready for some blueberries this summer? Read the full profile (and learn about other safe fruits for dogs) over at Forbes.