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Angie Thompson

Angie Thompson is the head of our content department here at K9Informer.com, mom of one and a true dog lover. With two dogs, a Sheltie and a French Bulldog, she's kept pretty busy.


Cruciate Ligament Surgery in Dogs

March 13, 2020

​The cranial cruciate ligament is a fundamental ligament located within the knee joint of dogs. It is also referred to as the ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament. This muscle allows for stabilization of the stifle of your dog when weight is applied to it during daily activities and keeps the shin bone, or tibia, stable […]


How Often Should You Clean Your Dog’s Bowl?

March 12, 2020

​Keeping up on cleaning a dog’s food or water bowl is something that most dog owners tend to let slide here and there. In fact, because it is so easy to simply refill the bowls with food and water each day, it is a wonder the bowels get cleaned at all. However, no matter how […]


Just How Many Teeth Does My Dog Have Anyway?

March 4, 2020

Centuries of domestication of dogs has still not altered many of their anatomical features. Dogs are still well-equipped to survive in the wild, as they were before humans decided to tame them. Each part of a dog’s body structure makes it functionally adaptive to its surroundings and lifestyle. As a carnivore whose survival was based […]


Why Is My Dog Shaking? | A Complete Guide

March 3, 2020

Dogs shake, shiver or tremble a lot, and you would have found out by now if you are a dog owner. Shaking or shivering in dogs could be because of several reasons but not to worry as it is not pointing towards any danger to your dog. This is the case, especially with small-size dog […]


Using Chlorhexadine for Your Dog (Answers to Common Questions)

March 2, 2020

​It can be so upsetting to see your dog suffering! Whether the cause is a skin abrasion, rash, cavity, infection or some other health issue, you just want your precious pup to feel better fast. After all, until your dog feels better, you won’t feel better either. If you are caring for a dog for the first […]


Why Is My Dog Eating Toilet Paper?

February 22, 2020

​If you’ve had a dog for any length of time, you know that they’re going to get into some weird stuff at some point. ​As soon as you turn you back, they’ll dig through the trash, chase the cat through the house, pull the cushions off the couch, and on occasion head straight for the bathroom […]


Health Insurance For Dogs – What You Need to Know

February 17, 2020

​We’ll do virtually anything to make sure that our animals are well taken care of. After all, they enrich our lives in ways that many people can’t, but let’s be honest – they can be a bit of a mess. They have a habit of getting into things that they shouldn’t, where they shouldn’t, and even […]


How to Leash Train Your New Puppy

February 15, 2020

​Teaching your new puppy proper leash behavior is an essential stepping stone to helping them become more socially active around other dogs. Not only does the leash act to maintain a safe distance between your dog and those that may be more timid, but it also helps to maintain a safe distance to other humans […]


Bringing Home a New Puppy – What Do I Need?

January 25, 2020

​Bringing home a new puppy is a really exciting time for any family. However, with all the excitement, it’s easy to find yourself overlooking some of the basic items that any new pup is going to need when you bring them home. We’ve put together a list of items below that ​all pup parents should […]


iFetch Interactive Ball Launcher for Dogs

January 20, 2020

​Overview​The iFetch ball thrower is a smart enabled product that lets you ​or your kids play a game of fetch with your pup. The iFetch is a nifty gadget that can easily become your dog’s new favorite toy. The hardware is made of a durable construction and an easy to use design that ​allows any […]

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