When we go to bed and wake up, it’s all but automatic to brush our teeth. It’s just routine. But when was the last time you brushed your dog’s teeth? If you think this is akin to getting a puppy pedicure, a best buddy blowout, or a canine cut and color, well… think again! Good oral hygiene practices, including routine cleanings, deliver a number of benefits for your pooch - and for you too. After all, great oral and overall health means you can give your furry friend a good, long, active life with you by their side.
It's not uncommon for dogs to be afraid of loud noises including fireworks. What is a celebration for us is often a frightening experience for our dogs. With the 4th of July quickly approaching, here are some tips to help prepare your dog.
It is something that no pet owner wants to think about - but something for which every pet owner needs to prepare. If there is an emergency and your pet needs help, it is important that you are ready and able to administer aid. If your dog eats the dark chocolate you left out on the counter, if your cat overheats in the summer, if your pet injures himself and is limping, if he appears to be struggling to breathe… What do you do? You may not have time to Google in that moment, so take a few minutes to learn about basic - and maybe life-saving - emergency care.
It is hard to resist the adorable energy of puppies, and their playful demeanors are immediately appealing. But there is something to be said for adopting a senior dog. Actually, there is a lot to say about bringing an older dog into your family! Your best friend may be waiting, patiently, out there for you.