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Some dogs have a knack for getting themselves stinky. Check out these tips for cleaning up three particularly offensive smells: skunk, dead fish, and “I don’t even want to know what you rolled in.”

Good dental hygiene may prolong your dog’s life, because infected gums release bacteria into the bloodstream that can attack organs throughout the body. Learn how to keep your dog’s teeth clean here.

Your dog’s anal sacs produce fluid with a distinctive odor that identifies him and tells other dogs his sex, approximate age, health status, and other things. Read more about dog anal gland care here.

Cleaning near your dog’s eyes requires extreme care. Find out how to carefully remove tear stains here.

Where you decide to feed your dog is important. Find out why and where you should feed your dog here.

Unlike humans, who think that “thin is in,” being underweight is not healthy for dogs and can compromise their long-term health and quality of life. Learn how to help your underweight dog here.

Head spinning from all the varieties of dog food? Learn what differentiates the three major categories from each other.

Creating a feeding schedule for your dog is important. Find out why and how to create a feeding schedule for your dog here.

The amount you feed your dog will vary greatly depending on his age, size, and activity level. Learn more!

Preparing wholesome, healthy meals from scratch is an excellent way to be sure you know the health benefits of everything that goes into your dog’s mouth. Learn how here!

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