There is no doubt that vets receive a lot of questions from dog owners. Here are a few common questions dog owners ask vets:
Category: Puppy Safety
When you decide to add a puppy or a dog to your life, you’re also adding a lot of visits to the veterinarian. Here’s how to choose the right veterinarian:
Teaching your dog to play frisbee can be a fun and interesting activity for them as well as for you. Here’s how to teach your dog to play frisbee:
If you’re planning to head to the “The Constitution State”, use this Connecticut dog-friendly travel guide to kick off your research:
Parvo in puppies is a common, unfortunate disease. With treatment and care, the survival rate is high. Here’s what you should know about parvo in puppies:
Cutting your dog’s nails is important and should be a regular part of your dog’s grooming. Here’s what you need to know about how to cut your dog’s nails:
Sometimes, your dog is just having an off day and other times things can be more serious. Here are some symptoms you should never ignore in your dog:
A bowl is a bowl, right? Not when it comes to your dog. Choosing the right dog food bowl definitely matters. Here’s how to choose the right dog food bowl:
Proper storage matters with everything, and is especially important with dog food. Here’s how to properly store your dog’s food:
Traveling with your dog can be fun. If your travels take you to “The Badger State”, use this Wisconsin dog-friendly travel guide to start your research.
In general, these are some over-the-counter medications that are safe for dogs, but, before you give your dog anything, make sure you check with your vet!
Having a good dog harness is essential for leash training, safer walks, and other types of outdoor activity. Here’s how to choose a dog harness: