The "Dog Days of Summer" originally coined by ancient Greeks and Romans based on the rising of the dog star Sirius, just before sunrise, in the northern hemisphere.  But over time many have linked the saying with lazy, lethargic days of high heat, when even the dogs are just laying around.  For many dog owners it has come to mean a time of skin issues.  Heat and humidity can lead to itching, yeast infections and hot spots.  We got you covered with 15% Off these great products for Dogs and Cats.


Importance of Omegas (and Emu Oil) For Pets