Believe it or not, an estimated 80 percent of all dogs show signs of significant tooth decay, which could easily be avoided with regular dog dental care. Though it may sound like a chore, proper dental care is as easy as feeding a GREENIES® dental chew once a day — one of the most important things you can & Read more ï¿½
For Pet Parents on a budget, at-home teeth cleaning tools and treats, like GREENIES® Dental Chews, are effective solutions for maintaining your pet’s dental hygiene. A routine teeth brushing and a daily GREENIES® Dental Chew, packed with protein, dietary fibers, antioxidants and nutrients that deter plaque and tartar, will help keep your pet’s mouth clean and healthy.
Dental Duties: Maintaining Your Dogs’ Oral Hygiene
Regardless of whether it’s true that “a dog’s mouth is cleaner than a human’s mouth,” dogs require dental hygiene maintenance much like humans do. Here’s how to tackle the task of keeping your dog’s pearly whites up to par.
Add Dental Chews to your Dog’s Daily Routine
You’ve probably thought about what you’ll wear this Halloween, but what will your pet wear? Here are some tips for helping you decide:
Choose a costume that reflects your pet’s personality
Written By Christina Brownlow
As more Pet Parents are giving careful consideration to what’s going into their pet’s food bowls, natural and organic pet foods are becoming increasingly popular choices. In fact, Pet Parents spent $1 billion last year on natural pet food and $67 million on organic pet food, according to PetFoodIndustry.com
Dogs can spend up to 12 hours a day sleeping, so the right bed can have a big impact on their wellbeing. There are a few factors to keep in mind when making a selection:
· First, observe how your dog prefers to sleep. Does he like to sprawl on the floor, cuddle on the couch or rest & Read more ï¿½
Preventive care is what will keep dog healthy day after day. It's keeping an eye out for what your Non-Sporting dog eats, how he sleeps, how his eyes and coat look, how much he exercises and his general well-being. Since we are all what we eat, and our pets are no different, feeding a high-quality 100 percent complete and balanced & Read more ï¿½
Dogs communicate with us through a variety of ways-not just barking and tail wagging. Dogs are complex and use their body to talk all the time. Here’s what yours might be trying to tell you:
“I’m stressed out and unsure of what’s going on.”
When a dog is stressed, you may notice him quivering, whining or even crying. He will probably have & Read more ï¿½