To determine how far you should walk your dog, take your best friend out for a walk, and monitor how their energy level changes.
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.
When your dog doesn’t chew its food, it may be a sign the dog doesn’t like the food, or it’s too easy to swallow.
If you plan to leave your dog during the day while you are at work, it may be better to have two dogs so that they can keep each other company.
Find the best option to stop your dog from sleeping on your bed. Breaking this habit requires effort to retrain your dog to sleep by itself.
Dog hydrotherapy uses water to help rehabilitate dogs and improve their mobility, circulation, muscle strength, and reduce pain.
New trends in pet wellness, such as artificial intelligence in preventative care and telemedicine, offer more affordable healthcare options.
Proper nutrition tips for new dog owners: Consult a veterinarian, choose quality dog food, research specific foods, and understand portions.
Protect your puppy from pests using strategies such as maintaining a clean living space, regular vet visits, vaccinations, and grooming.
Providing dogs with their needed exercise and socialization takes time. Use these tips to make the most or your time without compromising quality pet care.
Dogs provide emotional security, make people feel safer, and can also serve as guard dogs. They reduce stress and improve physical health.