One of the best ways to hire the right vet is to make an appointment to meet them. This allows you to meet staff and ask questions.
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.
In the last hundred years, dogs have become even more than best friends for millions of people- they are an integral part of living their everyday lives. They serve as guides for people with vision impairment. The dogs are trained to alert people with severe medical issues like epilepsy and diabetes. They are even being… Continue Reading
Dog health tips: Quality food, exercise, health care, pet insurance and be sure to shower your dog with love and attention.
Before getting insurance for your dog, understand what the policy covers, the premium cost and frequency, and the reimbursement policy.
Dogs lick their paws when they’re bored. Dogs also lick paws due to injuries or reactions to allergens, injuries, or insect bites or stings.
Although cannabis for dogs can be dangerous due to its THC content, CBD can benefit dogs by reducing pain, stress, anxiety, and more.
Discover simple tips from using bitter apple to dog-safe chew toys to stop your dog from inappropriate chewing. Just don’t give your dog anything harmful.
Canine Cognitive Dysfunction, also known as dog dementia, affects 50% of dogs 11 and older. The disease can change your dog’s awareness and memory.
Feed your dog a more balanced diet. Read the label of your dog food and ensure you see fresh, natural ingredients.
Dog food dangers: Be on the lookout for unpronounceable ingredients, dyes, byproducts, and xylitol, and avoid them.