Having a furry companion is one of the many joys in life. If only they could clean after themselves, then everything would be perfect. While for most people a little fur here and there is bearable, there are those who consider this a major disaster.
Once a dog reaches adulthood, it starts suffering from a lot of complications. The physical, as well as the mental functioning of dogs, start to deteriorate. They start showing a change in behavior, their sleep-cycle gets affected, they develop new health issues and sometimes they start to show early signs of dementia.
Most of us try to keep our teeth healthy by brushing regularly, but what about your dog? You love your dog like it's a part of the family and you want to see your dog live the healthiest life possible. Did you know that there have been studies done that having a dog can add years to your life. Why not give back to your pooch by keeping their teeth as healthy as possible and extending their lifespan?
A dog that is constantly scratching at his skin because it is itching will cause problems. It is not easy to watch your dog chewing and scratching at himself and the itching is certainly uncomfortable for your dog, so if you have an itchy Lab on your hands read on to learn how to change things.
If your dog, especially a young puppy, has been feeling kind of dull, poorly and has been having stomach issues, there’s a high chance it has a worm infection
When puppies are born, they just know how exactly to be your pet dog.
First thing crate training (At age 2-3 months). The puppy crate is the puppy safe and secure den. A lot of people call the puppy crate as a "doggie jail." Remember that this is wrong and not the way the puppy will see his crate.
Puppies and adult dogs are ideal pets. You must understand that pet ownership requires a great deal of time and effort to ensure the animals receive proper care and attention