Grooming your pets is no walk in the park. Here you will find all of our grooming, care and more tips and tricks to make it as easy as possible to care for your best friend.
Summer has always been a great time to get out and play, splash around in the water or set out on a hike with our pets. And those wide, open spaces are even more enticing right now. If you’re ready for some fun in the sun, make sure your dog or cat is good to go too.
Discovering a lump on your beloved best friend can quickly sound some alarms. While it might feel like that lump came out of nowhere, it’s important to remember that lumps on dogs aren’t as rare as you think — nor are they necessarily dangerous.
Do not under any circumstances administer human pain relievers to your dog. They could be fatal — and while over-the-counter medications for dogs may be lacking at the local pharmacy, there’s plenty you can do to help your dog feel better, faster.
Ideally, you should be brushing your dog’s teeth on a regular basis, but sometimes that can be hard to manage — especially since your dog is likely to resist the process. It sounds like wishful thinking, but with regular attention and a gentle touch, your dog may even grow to enjoy the sensation.
Bulldogs have wrinkly skin that requires a bit extra care than your average dog. Because of their skin folds, they are prone to infection and must be wiped on a regular basis to maintain good health and prevent itching, odor, hair loss and discomfort.