Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy treats wounds, bone injuries, arthritis, inflammation, and discomfort in dogs.
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.
Safe spices for dogs include oregano, parsley, and coriander. They’re packed with nutritional benefits for your dog’s health.
Dog humping is a natural behavior that can be uncomfortable for humans. To stop humping, understand your dog’s motivation.
Studies show owners stress out dogs. Anxious or neurotic owners can pass those traits along to their pets without knowing it.
Puppy kisses are full of affection, loyalty, and about 700 kinds of bacteria. To be safe, limit puppy kisses to your hands or cheek.
By knowing potential dog bite dangers, you can take action immediately to treat any possible conditions like MRSA from dog bites.
Protect your dog from household dangers, including furniture, power cords, contaminants, and things your dog can chew on.
You might have a lot on your plate with a long-distance move, but be sure to prioritize your dog’s well-being throughout the process.
Understanding your dog’s age, activity level, and whether it has been spayed or neutered helps you determine its daily calorie requirements.
Tips to help your dog lose weight: exercise, help your dog drink more water, use a feeding chart, consult your vet, and cut back on treats.