Crate training is a useful part in the puppy training process. It is a helpful aid for housebreaking, traveling, and teaching some rules.
Continue reading “Crate Training”
As our dogs get older, they experience typical signs of aging, and sometimes that includes the common pain from joint problems. We hate to see our pets get older, and especially to see them in pain, but the good thing is there are things we can do to help our four-legged friends with these joint problems.
But what exactly is grain-free food and does it actually benefit our pets?
The summer is a great season to spend some high quality time with your pets. For dogs, in particular, there will be opportunities throughout the summer where you can spend time outside and in the community together. Whether you go to a summer festival or sit on the patio of a restaurant, plan to hang out with your favorite pet this summer.
However, as fun as the summer is, the heat can be dangerous to your pets. Use these summer safety tips to keep your pet safe throughout the warmer months.
Continue reading “Summer Safety Tips for Pets”
Dental hygiene is an important factor in your dog’s overall health and wellness. Maintaining dental hygiene will prevent problems like plaque and tartar build up, which can lead to gingivitis as well as other health problems.
Continue reading “Oravet Dental Chews”
Complete and balanced nutrition for dogs of all ages and breeds.
Bravo Homestyle Complete Dinners for Dogs provide your pet with a meal that’s packed with high quality ingredients and flavor.
The recipe is simple: the #1 ingredient is premium, raw, freeze-dried meat or poultry that has been raised without added hormones or antibiotics. Organs, chick peas, garden vegetables, and cranberries are added next. Homestyle Complete Dinners are then topped off with natural herbs, such as sage and turmeric.
Continue reading “Bravo!!”
Just like people, taking care of your pet’s teeth is an important part of their overall health. Just like we take regular trips to our dentists to make sure our pearly whites are healthy, your pets should also visit their vet at least once a year to get their teeth checked out. This yearly visit is helpful in keeping the teeth healthy and determining if there are any potential health concerns.
Continue reading “National Pet Dental Health Month”