Care and Well-being

It’s very important that your pet is healthy. That’s why we owners should provide them with all of the necessary care. After all, a healthy pet is a happy pet. Learn about tips and recommendations in this section.

Gum Disease in Dogs: Symptoms and Treatment

Gum disease in dogs, also known as periodontal disease, causes the weakening and eventual loss of the structures that support the teeth. It can result in significant problems for a dog’s mouth, including eroded gums, bad breath, tooth loss, bone…

How to Train Your Dog to Accept Handling

Many dogs radically change their behavior when they have to be handled. Trips to the vet become a nightmare for both these dogs and their owners. But if you train your dog to accept handling, things become less complicated. Normally,…

The Benefits of Lavender Oil for Dogs

Lavender oil comes from the flowers of lavender plants–a very common plant in the United States. This oil is especially popular among people for its relaxing properties–but it’s also great for dogs. Lavender oil for dogs works as a natural…

The Benefits of Tea Tree Oil for Dogs

Tea tree oil has many benefits. It’s a botanical product commonly sold in health food stores and usually extracted from the leaves of the Australian tea tree, scientifically known as Melaleuca alternifolia. This tree species is endemic to Australia. The…

10 Tips for Preventing Dog Theft

Losing a pet can be a truly agonizing experience, whether the animal escapes or is stolen. Therefore, preventing dog theft is very important, especially when it comes to young dogs and purebreds. Remember that this crime is often related to…

Cat Care- How to Calm a Nervous Cat

In today’s article, we’ll tell you how to calm a nervous cat without getting yourself bitten or scratched in the process. As a general rule, cats are usually very laid-back animals. However, while they’re never quite as effusive as their…

Providing the Right Diet for Older Dogs

Dogs’ bodies, as well as human bodies, have different needs during each stage of life. Therefore, it’s important to adjust the food they eat in order to meet their nutritional needs. Many people know that the right diet for older…

Alternatives to Pet Cones For Dogs

Pet cones, Elizabethan collars, E-collars, Buster collars and the “cone of shame” all refer to the same thing. It’s an element placed around a dog’s neck to keep him from biting, licking, or injuring a certain part of their bodies.…

Can I Use Sunscreen on My Dog?

While it might be we humans who are largely responsible for the destruction of the ozone layer, we are all at the mercy of the sun, dogs included. When it comes to protecting your dog from dangerous ultraviolet rays, you…