Category: Pet Health

How to Keep Your Labradoodle Busy During Quarantine

Keeping your regular routine with your dog is very important. You never want to change up your routine too much, even if you have to stay inside most of the day. Taking your dog for walks and taking them outside to use the bathroom is essential. Here are some creative tips to stay busy: Set… Read more »

Hiking with Your Labradoodle

Hiking and backpacking with your dog can be an incredible adventure for you. Your Labradoodle already requires exercise and outdoor time. What better way to do this than joining them for adventures that benefit you and your dog? Where to Go Know your Labradoodle’s limits. You don’t want to take them out on strenuous hikes… Read more »

Foods You Can and Cannot Give Your Dog

We may think it’s a treat for our dogs to feed them our food from the table once in a while, but in reality, we’re going down the wrong path. Now, let’s be clear. You definitely can feed your dog human food, but it has to be healthy and at the right time, not during… Read more »

Everything You Need to Know About CBD for Dogs

Cbd oil for dogs and other pets

As CBD gets more and more popular with humans and even pets, it’s very important to look at all the useful information on the use of it. What is CBD? CBD or cannabidiol is a molecule produced by the cannabis family.  While CBD does NOT have the side effect of getting you high, there have… Read more »

Caring for My Doodle: Heartworm Prevention

Caring for your doodle is a great responsibility, and it’s very important to know every complication that could arise and how to prevent them from happening to your dog. Heartworm is one of those issues that we have to take delicately. What is Heartworm? Heartworm is a disease caused by parasite worms living in the… Read more »

How Do I Groom My Doodle?

Grooming your Australian Labradoodle or Goldendoodle can be a tricky task, but it’s very important to make sure you’re on top of it.  It can get a little wild, so you want to be consistent with it. Trimming Claws Trimming your doodle’s claws is a must do task once or twice a month if you… Read more »

Keep Your Meds Away from Your Dogs

Your meds should always stay in the medicine cabinet.  It can be very easy to leave medication on the counter, which can be very dangerous if you have a dog.  Dogs who get a hold of medication in the house can be in danger of very bad health conditions and even death. Stay alert and… Read more »

Hot Weather Alert! Don’t Forget About Your Dogs

The summer months can be quite fun for your dog, but it can be hot for them as well. Make sure to be on high alert when the temperatures are hotter than normal because they can suffer heat strokes just like humans can. 6 Signs of Heat Strokes in Dogs A heat stroke in a… Read more »

Ear Infections: How to Prevent and Treat Them

At Jubilee Labradoodles, we know the importance of keeping a dog healthy and happy. In addition to regular professional veterinary care, each of our labradoodles is monitored and maintained to watch their health. We know that as soon as you take your new family member home, his or her health will be a top priority…. Read more »

Dangerous Thanksgiving Foods for Doodles

The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means lots of cooking, baking and food-preparation happening in your house – especially for Thanksgiving. All of that might sound great for the human members of your family, and while it will look, smell and taste great for the four-legged members of your family as… Read more »

Five Ways to Keep Your Pup Safe in the Summer

Your pup is probably really excited that it’s finally summer – no more being cooped up in the house all day, it’s time to hang outside! While it’s great for your dog to get some fresh air and extra exercise during the summer months, it’s also important to make sure that they’re safe and healthy… Read more »

Sunburn – Not Just a Risk for People!

Summertime is almost here, so it’s time to stock up on sunscreen (though you should be wearing it all year round)! But don’t forget to toss a bottle of dog friendly sunscreen in your shopping basket for your four-legged friend, because humans aren’t the only ones who are at risk for sunburn. Most pups have… Read more »