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What kind of dog we should choose

What kind of dog we should choose

A lot of people like single and elderly people, families and children, get benefits from owning a dog. On the other hand many dogs are neglected, dumped, put down or rehomed as their ex owners haven’t been able to cope with them. It is important to choose your dog in order to give him suitable […]

Special cares for old dog

Special cares for old dog

Arthritis is an ailment for both humans and dogs when they become older and need assistance like less stairs, special furniture and beds. By the years their joints and bones become weaker and they will be happy with special furniture to ease the discomfort and limitations they experience when they are old. You should consider […]

If you have an eczema take a dog, but not a cat

If you have an eczema take a dog, but not a cat

Children with eczema may benefit from having a dog, while having a cat may have negative effects, say researchers from the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine. Eczema, which most commonly occurs during childhood, but can sometimes persist into adulthood, is a chronic (long-term) condition that causes the skin to dry and become irritated. […]

How pets can improve your health like no similar drug

How pets can improve your health like no similar drug

Stay Well With Your Animals Most pet owners don’t need reminding. Animals make people feel good. But we’re talking about more than feeling glad they’re around. Your favorite animal can make you healthy and help you stay that way. You may be surprised at just how many ways a pet can improve your health. Pets […]

How to be your dog’s bath more enjoyable

How to be your dog’s bath more enjoyable

Ever watched your dog roll on the ground, lick her coat or chew at a mat on her fur? These are her ways of keeping clean. Sometimes, though, she’ll need a little extra help from her friend to look her best. Make Grooming as Enjoyable as Possible—For the Both of You! Grooming sessions should always […]

Cares for your dog toenails

Cares for your dog toenails

Most dogs wear down their nails through activity. If they are not worn down naturally, however, they can become extremely long and damage carpets and upholstery. Excessively long nails can splay the toes and interfere with traction by preventing the foot pads from making contact with the ground. Long nails should be trimmed. Nails are […]

How to take off from bad breathe in your dog

How to take off from bad breathe in your dog

We all know bad breath—also known as halitosis—when we smell it. Bad breath is the result of a build-up of odor-producing bacteria in your dog’s mouth, lungs or gut. Persistent bad breath can indicate that your dog needs better dental care or that something is wrong in his gastrointestinal tract, liver or kidneys. In all […]

Dental health and ten tips for its supporting

Dental health and ten tips for its supporting

Did you know that regularly brushing your dog’s teeth and providing her with a healthy diet and plenty of chew toys can go long way toward keeping her mouth healthy? Many pooches show signs of gum disease by the time they’re four years old because they aren’t provided with proper mouth care-and bad breath is […]

The cares of the dog’s ears

The cares of the dog’s ears

Although a dog’s ears need to be regularly monitored for his entire life, a little basic maintenance is generally all that’s required to keep them clean and healthy. Canine Anatomy Because of the twisty, curvy design of a dog’s inner ears, it’s easy for parasites, bacteria and yeast to hide and thrive in them. This […]

Ten tips for eyes care for your dog

Ten tips for eyes care for your dog

Man’s best friend could use a good eyeballing once in awhile-believe us, your dog won’t take it personally! In fact, giving him regular home eye exams will help keep you alert to any tearing, cloudiness or inflammation that may indicate a health problem. Check out the following ways to help keep your dog’s vision sharp-and […]

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