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
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:
Everyone loves ice cream! While you shouldn’t feed your dog the ice cream you get, there are plenty of options when it comes to ice cream for dogs.
Regularly brushing your dog’s teeth is well worth the effort. If you’ve never attempted this task before, here’s how to safely brush your dog’s teeth.
Bathing your dog has several benefits. With this guide to mess-free dog bathing, it won’t involve cleaning the entire bathroom afterward.
Several states released their own sets of laws to put animal welfare first. There is a long way to go, but these laws are making a difference for animals.
Your dog’s teeth should be brushed every day. If you can’t find dog toothpaste your pup likes on the shelf, try these homemade dog toothpaste recipes: