The best thing you can do for your dog is be proactive about their overall health - and part of that is by helping keeping your dog’s teeth nice and clean to PREVENT dental disease. Here are five ways to prevent dental disease in dogs!
As a pet owner it is so important to know the basics of oral health for dogs - how dogs get dental disease, the clinical signs associated with poor dental health in dogs, and how we treat dental disease safely in dogs. Finally you should know what the common dental conditions are, so that you can look out for these abnormalities at home!
There are so many different supplements on the market labeled for use for anxiety in dogs - learn all about CBD Oil, Valerian Root, Kava Kava, and more - along withe the current research on this topic.
5 Proven Ways To Reduce Separation Anxiety in Dogs (and 5 things to avoid). Separation Anxiety is probably one of the most common behavior problems in dogs. Almost 30% of all dogs suffer from fear related conditions, and these conditions are one of the most common reasons why dogs are relinquished to the shelter or adoption agencies.
There is an entire subset of dogs that are more picky - they may like food one day, but not the next. The typical picky dog may rotate through many different types of food or toppers in order to keep things interesting. Personally I have seen more picky Chihuahua’s, finicky Huskies, selective Shi Tzus, fussy Yorkies and choosy Doodles than any other breeds. However the truly picky dog can be rather rare - most picky pups actually have other reasons why they might not want to eat.
There many reasons why a pup might not eat their dinner - and depending upon why your pup isn't eating will tell you what you can do as a pet parent to combat the issue. I don't know how many times I've seen well intentioned pet parents add more and more and more toppers, or [...]
Prior to transitioning your pup onto a new food there are two main things I want to you consider... The first is if the food your are transitioning your pup to is even appropriate for your pup - meaning is this food the best choice for my pup at this moment in their life. Now [...]
I think at some point in your puppy's first year every puppy owner starts to wonder when they should transition to adult dog food, and some even wonder if they should transition their pup to adult food at all. And they answer is actually more complicated than you might think. First you need to understand [...]
According to AAFCO (the Association of American Feed Control Officials), and the NRC (the National Research Council) there are four main "essential" fatty acids for dogs: Linoleic acid, alpha-Linolenic acid, arachidonic acid, Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and Docosahexaenoic acid.
Are you looking to homecook dog food and prepare their diet at home! Well the trick is to make sure the diet is still complete and balanced!