Well, here we are again. While it seems we were just preparing for summer vacation, it's the holiday season already. The holidays bring much with them, including celebrations, decorations and unfortunately, potential hazards for our pets. Make sure this holiday season is all of the fun it should be, and none of the pain it could be for you and your dog by checking out these holiday safety tips. . .
8 New Year's Don'ts For Your Pet
Each New Year we're inundated with lists of things to do, buy, and become. We read these lists, make promises to ourselves, and then promptly forget it ever happened by February. This year I'm taking the opposite approach: Here are the things you definitely don't want to do, purchase or aspire to be more like.
Dogs have 42 smile generators. Keeping those 42 teeth strong, healthy, and happy is essential to preventing illness, pain, and may extend longevity. Each February, U.S. veterinarians celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month to raise awareness about the dangers of oral diseases such as gingivitis, tooth abscesses, and mouth tumors. While I'll be the first to admit it's not a thrilling party theme, it is an incredibly important topic that directly affects every dog's quality of life. To get this party started, I'd like to share five of my top tips for a healthier dog smile!