Regular veterinary check-ups are not just routine appointments; they are a fundamental aspect of responsible pet ownership and animal welfare. These check-ups play a crucial role in not only maintaining your pet's health but also ensuring early disease detection and strengthening the bond between you and your furry companion. Let's find out more about the importance of regular veterinary check-ups.Read More
Stress in dogs can be caused by various things. And when they are stressed, this can be visible in the body language dogs use to communicate. If you can tell when your dog is stressed, then you can help to calm them! In this article, we will talk about the five clear signs of a stressed dog and the ways to reduce their stress.Read More
Usually, when a person thinks of the word ‘rabies,’ it triggers an image of a dog with a wild look in its eyes, foaming at the mouth. There is some truth to this terrifying depiction, but rabies does more than just affect dogs. It can affect other animals and people, as well. Did you know that approximately 59,000 people are killed by rabies each year? There are also more symptoms of rabies than people may realize. Have other questions concerning rabies? We are here to help and to bring awareness on World Rabies Day. Continue reading to discover more facts and information about the disease, as well as how World Rabies Day was started and what other people worldwide are doing to save the lives of dogs and people!Read More
Did you know that over 80% of dogs show signs of dental disease by age three? This startling statistic underscores a critical yet often overlooked aspect of pet care: dental health. Unbeknownst to many pet owners, dog dental diseases are alarmingly common and can lead to serious health complications if left untreated. This article aims to shed light on the hidden menace of dental diseases in dogs and offers practical prevention tips.Read More
As the summer sun shines brightly and temperatures rise, it's not just humans who need to stay hydrated. Our canine companions also need to maintain their hydration levels to stay healthy and comfortable when it's hot outside. Dehydration in dogs can lead to serious health issues, making it a crucial aspect of pet care that should not be overlooked.Read More
In this article, we'll explore what dehydration is, how it affects your dog, and the signs to watch out for. Plus, we'll share some practical tips to help keep your dog hydrated and highlight certain dogs that may need extra care.