The Future of Oral Health for Dogs

Hi there! My name is Claire. I have a story to share with you about my pet dog Mindy. I’m sharing this story so that if your dog suffers from the same problem, you’ll know what to do. It all started a couple of months ago. Mindy, my beautiful Brussels Griffon, kept pawing at her mouth and whimpering at meal …

Top 5 Tips for Improving a Dog’s Oral Health

If they are not used to having a toothbrush poked around their mouth, start gently with just your fingers (while wearing gloves) and for short sessions at a time. Then build to daily brushing, or a few times a week, with a special pet toothbrush. Human toothpaste contains fluoride which is poisonous for dogs. It also creates froth that pets …

Dog Breeds That Can Assist People with Mental Illness

By: Amber Kingsley Introduction Most families have dogs. They are considered part of the family. However, the best fit will greatly depend on your personality. As you will see, different dogs exhibit different personalities. So, picking the right breed will be important. Each Breed Is Different Just like humans, dogs have different personalities. Some may be energetic, and some may …

Top 10 Pawsitive Resolutions For Dog Owners

Vow to Visit the Vet Your dog’s yearly examination is an integral part of preventative care. Many medical problems, such as obesity, arthritis, or diabetes, can be alleviated or cured altogether if caught at an early stage. Remember: not all medical conditions are obvious so yearly health and wellness exams are essential to a happy, healthy pup. Update Pet ID Information Pet …