Puppy care involves a completely unique set of rules for nutrition, training, and overall best health practices. Read our articles on how to best care for your new fur baby!
Dog Breath. Even among those without pets, those words are easily recognizable as a reference to that foul, stinky smell that seems to emanate from the mouths of our dogs. Even among pet parents, the stink that our canines breathe on us seems to be normal, just a part of the package.
Exercising a dog means more than just a daily walk, especially for working breeds, but also for dogs who prefer to be couch potatoes. When it comes to exercising dogs, the breed and size will have an impact on their willingness to engage in rigorous activity.
Providing the pets with whom we share our home with a solid training foundation is one of the most important things we can do. This training can establish the relationship that will define both our own interactions with our pets and their interactions with other humans and fellow pets.
Puppies have specific dietary needs, different from adults and seniors. A delicate nutrient balance must be maintained, calories must be determined based on current and predicted weight, and monitoring and feedback are essential in ensuring that your puppy is having their needs met by their puppy food.
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