Grooming your dog is a year-round effort. In winter, there are additional tasks. Here are a few winter dog grooming tips to help keep your pup comfortable.
Category: Dog Hygiene
Human disease is not usually transmittable to dogs. For sicknesses that are, passing them on is rare. These are a few diseases you can spread to your dog.
Regular grooming is important to help keep your dog comfortable, happy, and healthy. Here are some useful dog grooming tips to keep in mind.
Dogs are often depicted as the quintessential image of loyalty and unconditional love. Here are a few of the best ways to make your dog happy.
There is no such thing as a dog that requires no grooming and some will require more than others. Here’s how to determine the grooming level of a puppy.
Just like your own teeth and gums, your dog’s mouth needs regular care too. Consider this your quick guide to dental care for dogs.
It can be tempting to skip things where you can in order to save money when caring for your dog. Here are a few dog expenses you should never skip.
Several factors go into how often you should walk your dog, like size, age, energy level, overall health, and more. See where your dog fits in.
Your dog’s paws cushion and protect their feet as they move around. Here is a short guide on how to care for your puppy’s paws.
Signs of warmer weather mean flea and tick season is close at hand. Each pest poses its own set of problems for your dog, so you’ll want to keep an eye out for any signs of an infestation on your dog. These are five signs your dog might have fleas
Ticks are a concern for humans and canines alike. Help your pup out and protect them as tick season rolls in. Here’s how to prepare your dog for tick season.
Don’t be fooled by senior status; these dogs have plenty of life left! But, they may need extra TLC. Here are some tips on how to care for senior dogs: