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3 Interesting Facts About The English Mastiff

Whether you want a friendly, lovable companion or you need to increase security around the home, bringing a dog into your life is a great decision. Unfortunately, you may be overwhelmed by the different breeds. From a classic lab or poodle to a rare Italian greyhound, each breed offers its own qualities and concerns. For a strong breed that is smart and fun, consider the English Mastiff. Before this larger dog breed joins your home and family's life, here are a few interesting facts about the English Mastiff. Read More 

Important Tools To Have When Cleaning Your Dog’s Teeth

Taking care of your dog's mouth and teeth is essential. As a pet owner, it is up to you to make sure that your dog receives dog dental cleanings. In order to get started, there are some important tools that you will need. A Dog Toothbrush The most basic, yet most important tool to have on hand is a toothbrush that has been made specifically for dogs. You can choose the correct size of toothbrush, depending on how big your dog is. Read More 

Serious Or Not: Dog Illness Symptoms That Point To Something Beyond The Common Cold

Dogs can catch a common cold just like humans can, and they can show similar symptoms, including a runny nose and the occasional sneeze. However, many dangerous dog diseases also begin with these simple "cold" symptoms, and early treatment can often make a big difference. Here are some simple things to look for so you can know whether your dog needs additional veterinary care.  High Fever High fever indicates infection. Fevers can come because of a simple cold virus, but they are not usually very high fevers. Read More 

Learn Four Things You May Be Required To Do When You Purchase A Puppy

When you get a new puppy, there are a lot of things that you need to do in order to take care of the puppy as well as you can. Many people make the mistake of thinking that they simply need to worry about housebreaking their puppy and that there are no other major issues they need to address, but that is not the case at all. The following guide walks you through a few things that you may be required to do when you have a puppy, depending on where you live. Read More 

How To Prevent Pet Boredom During Pet Boarding

Cats and dogs (especially dogs) typically like to go where you go. When you go on vacation, they may want to come along. This is not always feasible, since not every hotel or resort allows pets. You will need to put your furry friends in pet boarding places. Unfortunately, this means your pet may get lonely, and bored. Here is how you can keep your pet from getting bored while boarding away from home. Read More 

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Older Animals Need Extra Special Care

I have always been an animal-lover, and while my family had cats when I was growing up, after I graduated from college and had my own place, I adopted my first dog. I did a lot of research on dog care before adopting him to help make sure I care for him properly and continue to research pet health tips to this day. Now that he has reached his "golden years," I realize that is is more important than ever to monitor his health. I take him to the veterinarian every year for a wellness check-up and give him a couple of health supplements. I am proud to say that he is in amazing health for his age! I want to help others learn how to care for their pets well, especially senior dogs and cats, so I decided to start a blog to share my pet care tips on!

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3 Interesting Facts About The English Mastiff
12 December 2017

Whether you want a friendly, lovable companion or

Important Tools To Have When Cleaning Your Dog's Teeth
16 November 2017

Taking care of your dog's mouth and teeth is essen

Serious Or Not: Dog Illness Symptoms That Point To Something Beyond The Common Cold
25 October 2017

Dogs can catch a common cold just like humans can,