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.
Heartworm in dogs is a dangerous disease and if left untreated can be fatal. Heartworm is a parasite that is transmitted by mosquitoes, the parasite lives in the blood (circulatory system).
There are many ways to mentally stimulate your dog each and every day. We all know that our furbaby’s need physical exercise every day. The term exercise also applies to your furbaby’s brain, sometimes we forget and often neglect the mental stimulation that they require.
Socialisation is an import aspect of raising a puppy, and there are a few dangers of not socialising your dog from an early age which can lead to an under-socialised dog and behavioural problems.
Here are a common signs of lethargy in dogs that may help you understand what your dog may be going through and be able to fix the problem and get your furbaby back their usual pawsome self.