Many pet owners dismiss their pets’ bad breath as simply “normal” or something to be ignored. However, bad breath is a hallmark of periodontal disease. Learn more about it here.
by Caroline Golon, guest contributor
Caring for your senior dog’s teeth and gums can prevent harmful bacteria from reaching his organs and keep him healthier, longer. Find out what kind of regular dental care vets recommend for senior dogs.
Winter can be a tough time for a dog’s paws. Prevent weather-related paw pad injuries by following these basic tips and the use of products designed for paw protection.
Cleaning near your dog’s eyes requires extreme care. Find out how to carefully remove tear stains 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.
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.
Getting your dog used to being groomed is not an easy task. Find out how to get your dog to like grooming here!
Bathing your dog is important for keeping him fresh and clean. Check out this information on how to get yourself and your dog ready and how to actually do the cleaning.