We all know that exercise is vital in maintaining a healthy life, that’s why walking in winter with your dog is fun as the weather has cooled down and you and your furbaby won’t overheat.
There are some simple measures you can invoke now in saving your dog’s teeth. Our dog’s need clean teeth too for them live a happy life eating without pain, discomfort or worse missing teeth. There’s never a better time than right now.
Storing dog food seems like a ‘no-brainer’ right? If you are like me, then you have spent much time meticulously choosing the best dog food for your furbaby. We google the brands, read reviews and research the ingredients. Now that we have spent all of this time finding the perfect dog food it is now time to ensure you are storing it correctly.
As the weather heats up, it is regarded as one of the most uncomfortable times of year for our furbabies. Itching in dogs can lead to troublesome skin conditions such as heat spots and fur loss. Allergies, dermatitis and parasites are generally the most common reasons for itching in dogs.
Excessive licking can be a symptom of an underlying issue, and it’s important to take note on how much your furbaby is licking themselves. Is your furbaby excessively licking?
Dog’s require regular exercise just like humans, which means if your dog isn’t getting enough daily exercise you may be putting their health at risk. Exercise is essential as it aids in overall health, improves their mental health and may help reduce behavioural issues.