How To Vaccinate Yor Dog At Home

Vaccinating your dog is essential for the health of your pet. Dog vaccinations can be done at home, once you have purchased the vaccine. However, you may be a bit nervous about administering the vaccine, especially if it requires the use of a syringe. Here are some tips you can use to ensure that you vaccinate your dog in the correct manner: Most vaccines will come in two small bottles. The first bottle contains the liquid portion of the vaccine and the second bottle will contain the powdered portion of the vaccine. [Read More]

What You Can Do For Your Arthritic Dog

As your dog ages, it can develop health conditions just as people can. One of the conditions many dogs develop as they age is arthritis. Some breeds are more prone to developing arthritis, but any dog can get it. There are certain things you want to do to help your dog get along once they start suffering from arthritis, and this article can educate you on some of them. Help them have shorter distances to walk [Read More]

Cavities In Dogs

Taking care of your dog's teeth is just as important as taking care of your own. Dogs can suffer from a variety of dental issues including cavities. Fortunately, because a dog's teeth are shaped differently than human teeth, they aren't as prone to getting cavities as often as humans do. However, because of the modern domestic dog's diet, they are more likely to happen especially if tooth care is neglected. Here is more information about cavities in dogs as well as how to have them treated and prevented. [Read More]

Three Tips For Spaying And Neutering A Teacup Dog

Getting your dogs spayed and neutered can make your animal healthier and aid them in living a longer life. It is also responsible to make sure that your dogs cannot produce more puppies that you do not intend on. If you have a teacup dog, your pet is likely to be much smaller than the average puppy. Many teacup breeds tend to be only a few pounds and easy to hold with just one hand. [Read More]