How To Brush Your Dog's Teeth

Dogs need to have their teeth cleaned as do humans. You must clean your dog's teeth to clear away food debris that can harden and become plaque. If you do not brush your dog's teeth, your dog is at risk for bad breath, tooth decay, doggy breath, and tooth infections that can spread throughout the body and be fatal. Familiarize your dog with tooth brushing by putting your fingers in your dog's mouth and touching their gums and teeth for a month or so before you actually brush their teeth. [Read More]

Planning A Road Trip With Fido This Summer? 3 Tips To Protect Them From The Heat

Hot weather can wreak havoc on your dogs. Since they can't sweat, they have to find other ways to stay cool. If you're going to be traveling with your dog this summer, you need to take some extra precautions. Here are three steps that will help keep your dog healthy while traveling in the heat. Provide Portable Water When you're on the road, it can be difficult to stop each time your dog gets thirsty. [Read More]

Four Health Tips For Urban Dogs

If you live in the city with your dog, you might find a host of unique challenges when it comes to keeping your pet healthy. The challenges of getting your dog enough exercise, keeping them safe from external factors, and keeping them content while out and about should all be thought through. Here are four health tips for dogs living the city life. 1. Keep an Eye on Your Dog on Walks and in the Park [Read More]

How To Write A Testimonial For Your Dog Groomer's Website

If you're highly pleased with the quality of service that your dog groomer provides, you can think about tipping him or her after each appointment. Another effective way to express your thanks — and one that won't cost you anything if you're on a tight budget — is to offer to write a testimonial. Many dog groomers will graciously accept this offer and be proud to post the testimonial on their website or in the lobby of their workplace. [Read More]