By Sue Nielsen, MD In 2017, an estimated 11 million U.S. adults aged 18 or older had at least one major depressive episode. Of adults with a major depressive episode, 63.8% had severe impairment. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US. In 2017, over 47.000 people died from suicide with 129 […]
Sarasota Dog News
When it’s hot during the summer, there’s a good chance you’ll be spending time in the swimming pool. If you have a pet dog, your furry friend may be spending time in or near the water with you. But, just how healthy is it to have your dog in the pool? If you want to […]
This is class has already been held – are you interested in a future class? Send a note to [email protected] – and we’ll get back in touch. Cheryl Brady of Vetcare Express will hold a pet CPR and First Aid Class, Saturday March 9th at Bayside Pet Resort in Lakewood Ranch at 1:00 pm. […]
If you are looking for an event, or a service for your dog, check out Doggie Directory. You’ll find our Recommendations for Groomers, Trainers, Daycare or Overnight Lodging. All of the businesses in our Doggie Directory on SarasotaDog.com are run by people that we know and trust.
Check out our recommendations for places where dogs are welcome from restaurants to walking parks.
by: Wendy Ying, DVM Is your dog really thirsty all the time? Having accidents in the house? You might think its a training issue, but it may be time for a trip to vet to check for Diabetes. Diabetes in pets is similar to Diabetes in people, Dogs tend to have Type I where the […]
Goldendoodles get their names from their mixed heritage of Golden Retriever and Poodle parents. First bred in the early 1990’s as allergy-friendly seeing-eye dogs, Goldendoodles have now become just as popular as family companions and embody the best personality traits of both of their highly popular parent breeds. Physical Traits Size & Weight: Goldendoodles are […]