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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.

Home Forever Home Dogs Cats Did you know that grooming can improve your dog’s long-term health? It’s true! Regular grooming sessions not only help your dog feel more comfortable, but they allow you to ensure your dog is in good condition and help you detect early signs of issues that may require a trip to the veterinarian. And, as a …

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!

Most dogs are not fans of bath time. Find out how you can teach your dog to enjoy bath time here!

Cat hairballs are common unpleasant surprises in cat households. Check out these tips for reducing the yucky little surprises many cat parents face on a regular basis.

Even though a bath is one of the nicest things you can give your dog, he probably won’t see it that way. You can make the experience more pleasant for both you and the dog if you follow these steps.