A dog needless to say, becomes an inextricable and inseparable part of your family and needs to be taken care of like just another family member.
Your vet tells you to keep your dog’s teeth clean. But you wonder how to do so! It is recommended that you brush the teeth of your dog every day to prevent food and bacteria build up that can lead to infections, gum irritation, and of course plaque.
So are you bringing a new dog home? Do you want to make sure that your pet is well behaved? Is one of your goals to train your dog to serve your needs instead of vice versa?
No doubt about it, fireworks make most dogs scared as can be. This means holidays like the 4th of July and New Years can be particularly stressful for our canine companions.
When it comes to potty training dogs, working on it as early as possible is always a good idea. Logically, dog owners love to see their dog well-trained and behaved.