To provide a dog-safe living space for your pets, eliminate potential hazards, maintain clean air, and restrict access to hazardous areas.
Dog health is your top priority as a dog owner. To enjoy your companion as long as possible, you need to keep your dog healthy and happy. But doing that can be tough.
DogsBestLife.com is here to help.
We offer advice on:
Choosing a vet. Start by asking for recommendations.
Common dog health problems: Range from fleas and ticks to ear infections and from arthritis to obesity and diabetes.
Know when to take your dog to the vet. Dealing with a sick dog is scary. Recognize when you need help.
What to feed your dog? Raw? No grain? It's hard to sort it all out. Use our feeding guide to help make the decision.
Your dog's health needs change dramatically as he ages. What's right for a puppy isn't right for an older dog. We offer advice on helping your dog age gracefully.
Understand the type of dog fence needed to keep your pet safe and secure. A good barrier sets clear boundaries and reduces accident risk.
Here are some expert French Bulldog exercise recommendations for puppies and adult Frenchies, along with dietary care tips.
Dogs with canine ADHD are hyperactive with short attention spans. They often can be fearful, clingy and needy. They can benefit from medication.
Eating legumes and pea protein is essential, but too much can cause enlargement of your dog’s heart and other health problems.
Crystals in dog urine are common for several breeds. Help your dog by providing a healthy diet, including plenty of fresh, clean water.
Why would a dog wag its tail while sleeping? The dog is happy and content, the dog is cold, the dog is having a nightmare or seizure.
To avoid using an e-collar, use alternative methods to stop dog licking wound like a onesie, bitter apple, bandages, or barriers.
Docked tail: Originally removed on working dogs to prevent injuries. For many breeds, selective breeding and nature have eliminated tails.
To find your lost dog, start searching immediately by checking your home and spreading the word in your neighborhood.