Easy Steps to Remove Tartar from Dog Teeth Without a Vet

Easy Steps to Remove Tartar from Dog Teeth Without a Vet

Dental care is important for maintaining your dog’s overall health and well-being as it is for humans. To achieve this milestone, you need to pay careful attention to the oral hygiene of your dog. Dogs can develop tooth problems from tartar build-up resulting in gum infection, tooth decay and serious health problems when left without treatment. In…

30 Signs: Understanding Why Your Dog Breathes Fast

30 Signs: Understanding Why Your Dog Breathes Fast

When you can see your pet’s panting or quick breathing, it can raise a red flag. Dogs have quicker breathing rates for a multitude of reasons, which include normal physiological responses to exercise and heat, alongside stress, anxiety, and underlying health conditions. Learning about the little details of breathing is the key for you to…

10 Common Reasons for Your Dog Scratching, Biting, and Hair Loss

10 Common Reasons for Your Dog Scratching, Biting, and Hair Loss

In some cases, it is not unusual to find your four-legged companion scratching at the back of its ear or biting its tail occasionally. You are not alone in often searching “Why is my dog constantly scratching and biting himself?” However, if this routine goes on and leads to significant hair loss, then pet owners…

When to Start Leash Training a Puppy: Tips and Techniques

When to Start Leash Training a Puppy: Tips and Techniques

Leash training is crucial for a well-behaved, confident dog. When to start leash training a puppy is vital for early good walking skills. Start training a puppy to use a leash, collar, or harness at 8 to 10 weeks old. Teaching your puppy to walk by your side, accept orders, and behave appropriately on walks…