Trips to the vet can be a difficult time for many dogs—and, by extension, their increasingly stressed owners. If your pooch isn't a big fan of going to see their doctor, don't worry: there are things the two of you can work on together that will help them to understand there's nothing to be scared of, and go into medical situations calmer and happier than ever before. Make vet trips part of your weekly walking routine. [Read More]
Does Your Pet Need Medical Help? How Ultrasounds Can Help
If your pet is sick or has sustained injuries, you want to get them help as quickly as possible. One way to ensure that is to arrange for an ultrasound. You might not realize this, but an ultrasound provides beneficial care for your pets. Ultrasounds can be used in a variety of ways, especially for diagnosis and treatment. If you're not sure how an ultrasound will benefit your pet, read the list provided below. [Read More]
Essential Skills for Training a Puppy at Home
Puppies, no matter the breed, are a great addition to a family. They are fun to be around and generally liven up a home. Moreover, puppies can teach children a lot, including responsibility and social skills. That said, having a well-trained puppy at home makes the experience even better. Although some pet owners prefer to hire a trainer for their puppy, you can teach your puppy the basics with a bit of effort and patient. [Read More]
Could Your Dog Have A Cavity?
There are lots of oral healthcare products, treats and toys on the market that are designed to help keep your dog's teeth clean and healthy, and they can work well when used correctly. However, dogs, like humans, can get dental cavities. This sometimes comes as a surprise to dog owners, as cavities are commonly associated with consuming sweet foods and sugary drinks. In fact, cavities can be caused when food debris is left on your dog's teeth for prolonged periods of time. [Read More]