We all do things routinely to take care of our own teeth, such as brushing, flossing, and going to the dentist regularly. Yet many of us don’t bother to give our dog’s teeth and gums the same kind of attention.
Dog aggression is a frightening experience, and very dangerous for both dogs and people because it can happen as if out of the blue. A very friendly dog can suddenly … Continue reading “Causes of Dog Aggression”
Most dog owners give their dogs a collar as a matter of course. There is nothing wrong with that if it is simply to provide them with a means of … Continue reading “The Dog Harness Versus Dog Collar Showdown”
‘Tis the season to be jolly, and that means parties and get-togethers with friends and family that comes with a wide variety of food and drinks. The season of eating and drinking … Continue reading “Holiday Foods that can Harm Your Dog”
Intervertebral disk disease or IVDD in dogs is a disease that occurs due to the hardening of the disks between the vertebrae of the spinal cord. These disks work as shock absorbers interlaced between each vertebra.
Hip dysplasia is probably the most common skeletal problem that dogs get. Large and giant breeds are the most prone to it but it can also occur in small breed dogs.
The Dachshund is truly a magnificent breed. They are one of the most popular choices as family companions mainly because they are small, loyal, and adorable. People tend to think … Continue reading “The Loyal Dachshund”
For all you German Shepherd lovers out there, here are some facts about these awesome-looking dogs you may not know: They are a fairly new breed. They date back to … Continue reading “Braver Hund! The German Shepherd”
Are dog shoes really necessary? Many pet owners are buying dog shoes for their pets, believing it essential as it gives their pet’s paws added protection. Others question the trend. There are … Continue reading “Do Disabled Dogs Need Dog Shoes?”
For most dogs, regular bathing is usually once a month. For disabled dogs, it usually has to be more frequent, at least twice a month or even more. This is because disabled dogs get their coats and skin dirty faster.